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Matt Kepnes did what so many of us dream of doing: He quit his job to travel around the world.
Solar cells inside its glass surface would allow the roadway to act as a giant solar power generator, fueling embedded heating elements and making plows and other snow removal equipment unnecessary.
The idea is to maximize local knowledge and let tourists have access to people who could give them a true understanding of any location the are visiting – after all, who could convey the different aspects of a culture more fully than a person who has lived there all his life?
Holiday Inn, operator of over 4,000 hotels worldwide, will begin to offer a free five-minute “human bed warming service” at it’s London Kensington hotel throughout next week.
When there is snow on the ground and the roads are icy, most people would stay at home.
He’s just launched a company, FlixChip Corp., that aims to put movies on a flash-drive-like device that plugs directly into tablets, phones, laptops and other mobile products so consumers can play films wherever they go.
In late 2007, Timothy Bourke presented brother, Andrew Bourke with the idea to create a device that would eliminate the need to tie and untie knots, allowing anyone to secure (and un-secure) items when having to use rope.
“I’m a pretty avid Spirit Airlines flier,” Hopkins told MLive.com.
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.
With the recent launch of JetBlue’s Promise Program, many tourism operators have been working on similar programs to stimulate travellers from the ranks of those recently unemployed.