Thanks to an anonymous benefactor, Boing Boing is pleased to present the first-ever look at the original Disneyland prospectus.
Whether in the office of his Easley production facility or stepping up to the tee at a local driving range, Hackenberg exudes passion for his product, which he calls “the Holy Grail of learning an athletic motion.”
More than 80,000 other golfers around the world have agreed since Hackenberg introduced the Orange Whip in January 2008.
It’s been seven years since he showed Home Depot officials a saw guard he invented that allowed it to continue to cut lumber for its customers without having to shell out as much as $1 million annually to employees who lost fingers while offering the unique service.
Stepping into the office of Dr.
We know absolutely nothing other than the name of the entrepreneur when they walk into the Shark Tank.
Bob Caspe knows a thing or two about startup businesses.
Using cow stem cells grown in a petri dish, the researchers have created small strips of muscle that will be mixed with blood and artificially grown fat to make a hamburger, the BBC writes.
Why do 80 percent of all new ventures fail within the first five years?
The defibrillator is still a work in progress, but Strauss recently filed an application with the U.S.
Scientists still say they are desperate to learn the secret of ‘Starlite’ – and the inventor’s family may have it.