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The Decline of the Barber Pole

William Marvy Company, the last known manufacturer in North America of the poles, typically sells 500 of them each year, down from 5,100 in the company’s late-1960s heyday.


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Expand Your Company’s Reach With a Mobile App

In this era of global competition, no enterprise, startup or entrepreneur can afford to ignore the importance of mobile apps.



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The Invention of Whac-A-Mole

Also, Fechter’s game used only moles, rather than a variety of animals in the Japanese game.


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Niche: Hire A Fishing Guide

If you’re a fisherman on vacation, how are you supposed to know which spots are the best for fishing?


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Glowing Wallpaper

The future of wallpaper is: glowing?


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Snake Safety Training

Bob Zumstein has been lecturing on timber rattlesnakes for years and recently had been invited to talk to two Marcellus Shale companies about where workers might encounter these venomous suckers and what they should do if they spot one.


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Invention Helps Cerebral Palsy Patients

As a senior clinical occupational therapist, David Blaski works with patients to help them recover skills needed for daily living.


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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.


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User to User Car Rentals

FlightCar aims to put vehicles left in airport parking lots to use by offering them up for short-term loans.


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