Why Running a Restaurant is Getting Harder

A New York restaurant hired a firm to investigate why their service was getting slower.


Radio Tags To Detect If Kids Are At School

Grade-school students in a northeastern Brazilian city are using uniforms embedded with locator chips that help alert parents if they’re cutting classes, the city’s education secretary said Thursday.


Cold-Buster: From Disaster To Success

Initially designed as a fast and efficient way for Canadian soldiers to fight off hypothermia, the Cold-Buster – the culmination of 18 years of research using more than $1 million in funding – was promising to become a success with athletes and backcountry enthusiasts.


Bake Out The Bedbugs

“People may have them for several months and not know it.


Chopsticks: Made in USA

Nearly everything today is “Made in China”; nearly everything that is, except for two million chopsticks that are made each day in Americus, Georgia at Georgia Chopsticks.


Couple Brew Up A Business In Library

After owning and operating DJ’s California Catering in Camarillo for the past 17 years, Doug and Jennifer Biggs have launched an additional venture.


A Better Wagon For Travel

For the past 10 years, Shapiro, a personal injury lawyer who works and lives at the Beach, has dabbled at inventing a wagon that’s easier to carry and load.


The Success Of Board Games: Qwirkle

Petaluma resident and game designer Susan McKinley Ross said that one great way to step back from glowing screens and reconnect with others is through activities as simple as a board game.


Advice From The Man Behind DNS

Lesson 1: Simplicity is key

Lesson 2: Have a plan you can actually explain

Lesson 3: Plan for extension

Visit here for a full explanation of each lesson.