Author: Reid Creager

Mix Emotions

Lou Ottens finalized his invention of the cassette tape in 1962. It is estimated that more than 100 billion cassettes have been sold since.

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Alight With Inspiration

Despite her early frustrations, Arielle didn’t succumb to the temptation of cutting corners in making her candles—just as she has never settled for anything less than a goal of living that best life.

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Sticking Around

After years of research on how to make a kind of synthetic burr, de Mestral came up with the idea of two strips of fabric: one with thousands of tiny hooks, another with thousands of tiny loops that would attach to the hooks.

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Pop Went the Myth

When a General Foods chemist began his experiments in 1956, even his runaway imagination could not fathom that two decades later he would go on speaking tours to assure parents that his accidental invention—a candy marketed as Pop Rocks—would not hurt or kill their kids. 

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