The enterprising “gem”ologists at Miller Park Zoo now are offering necklace pendants from dried reindeer droppings, joining the explosively popular ornaments that debuted last year.
Buy a log for $5, call it a chair and sell it for $185.
This awesome supercut video includes all of the crazy business ideas that Tom Haverford has come up with on NBC’s show Parks and Recreation.
A restaurant in Burbank, California called Not a Burger Stand has created a fun way of offering their customers discounts.
A selection of products to amuse and inspire.
If any of these thirty are your primary reason for wanting to start a business, perhaps you’d better reevaluate.
For people with more money than time comes the Roller Scout, a toilet paper holder that keeps track of your TP for you.
Toe Puppets Next show after my pedicure.
After Apple’s iPhone 4 press conference last week, Szymon Weglarski and Jon Dorfman, two designers from Brooklyn, decided they would have a little fun with the iPhone 4’s antenna problem.