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Most people recognize the difference between good stress and bad stress. Good stress helps you get up in the morning, go to work, be creative and put bread on the table. Good stress can sometimes be a challenge but it makes life interesting. Bad stress, on the other hand, can make you not want to get up in the morning! It ruins jobs and relationships and can make you ill. It raises blood pressure, for instance, and that's just for a start. When stress starts to take over and ruin your life and health you need help. It's all very well to take about natural health but there are times when help starts at the doctor's ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Hem Gems and Your Denim: How Good Products Present Simple ...
Simple, Effective, Valuable, and Playing in a Big Market. This is the stuff of great products. Do you have ideas that measure up? To give you an example, let's look at a product and assess these issues. The Market: When it comes to making the lower half of your body look good, consumers are undaunted by the recession, new spending attitudes, or anything for that matter. Designer jeans are still here. In fact, according to a report issued by the NPD Group in May of this year, denim has proven surprisingly recession-proof. It was one of the few apparel categories to actually grow in 2009 (+3.5%). Even the uber-premium ... market research, surveys and trends
BILSKI: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly « State of Innovation
First, the decision that Bilski’s claims were not considered to be patentable subject matter is not surprising.  The Supreme Court’s hostility to the Bilski patent was evident in oral argument. THE GOOD It is not surprising that the most patent friendly Justice (based on the opinions in this case) is Justice Kennedy.  President Ronald Reagan, who was the last president to understand the importance of patents to economic growth, appointed him.  For more information see National Inventor’s Day .  The so-called “conservative” justices on the court could learn a lot by reviewing Reagan’s understanding of patents and how they fit ... market research, surveys and trends

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GOOD INVENTIONS, BAD INVENTIONS

Taking a Natural Approach to Stress Management
One of the biggest problems we have today is dealing with stress. Everyone gets stressed from time to time. Stress is actually a normal function of the body. Under certain conditions stress can be helpful. One in four people suffer from the adverse health affects that stress can cause. It is estimated that seventy to ninety percent of adult visits to doctors are due to stress-related complaints. These problems cost an estimated 300 billion dollars annually in healthcare expenses. Even though everyone can suffer from stress, the way we experience can be very different. There are some common symptoms and causes, however. What ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Why Bad Times Nurture New Inventions - Room for Debate Blog ...
at a rate second only to the decline seen in the 1982 recession, there’s little hope of good economic news anytime soon. But some economists and historians point out that such fallow ground can make a fertile bed for seeds of innovation and invention . What kinds of businesses thrive in recessionary times? How do entrepreneurs get a running start in a recession? Amar Bhidé is the Glaubinger professor of business at Columbia Business School and author of “The Venturesome Economy.” The deck gets reshuffled in a recession as habits are re-examined and patterns of behavior are broken, perhaps to greater degree than when things ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Good riddance
The news that the President has ordered the dissolution of the Nigeria Football Federation comes as a welcome relief. Following the woeful performance of the national team at the ongoing World Cup in South Africa, we cannot bring ourselves to call that team ‘Super’ and the NFF had merely offered a sorry excuse of an apology to Nigerians in a communiqué. In that statement, the NFF also insisted on keeping faith with the overpriced Lars Lagerback whom it asked to proceed on a two week leave before resuming as chief coach of the national team. In those two weeks, we were informed that former coach Augustine Eguavoen would take ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Off the Reservation: Tesla Motors: Who Revived The Electric Car?
The latest and greatest darling of Wall Street, Tesla Motors, rocketed onto the Nasdaq Exchange under the ticker symbol TSLA in its initial public offering this week. The isolated enthusiasm surrounding this company belies a greater unease that crept back into the markets as investors grow increasingly wary of a global double-dip recession. Tesla’s rise to fame has also had the effect of highlighting the company’s namesake, Nikola Tesla, who endures as one of the most significant influences on science and technology in the modern world. Tesla, an investor in the late 1800s and early 20th century, was the father of technology ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Opinion Why Bad Times Nurture New Inventions
Why Bad Times Nurture New Inventions. By The Editors. (Photo, left to right: Naum Kazhdan/The New York Times, Paul Sakuma/Associated Press) Personal ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Technology and the History of Aeronautics: An Essay
The history of aeronautical technology concerns much more than just the nuts and bolts of airplanes and spacecraft. It involves much more than just the history of propellers and wings, more than the history of landing gear and jet engines, more than the ornithology of P-51s and F-22s, or the genealogy of X-planes. The history of flight technology is just as much a story of people and ideas as are histories dealing with any other topic related to society and culture. Without question, scholars who write about the history of flight technology have a lot to say about the research, design, building, flying, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Benjamin Franklin FAQ
Benjamin Franklin died on April 17, 1790, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Born an Englishman, died an American! Where is Ben buried? Benjamin Franklin is buried in the cemetery of Christ Church, Philadelphia. Funeral description at www.ushistory.org/franklin/philadelphia/grave.htm and www.fi.edu/franklin/timeline/death.html Where did Ben go to school? Benjamin Franklin's father wanted Ben to be the son who became a preacher and so he sent him to grammar school when he was 8 years old. After less than a year, for financial reasons, Ben transferred to Mr. George Brownell's school for writing and ...
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GOOD INVENTIONS, BAD INVENTIONS
  1. profile image purrsikat Ah, Mazzy Star, memory keeper of my late teens. *sigh* Lead singer's touring Oz w/her new band, 'The Warm Inventions'; good or bad?
  2. profile image jcordovag Mashup Inventions: The Good, the Bad and the UglyRead More http://bit.ly/dD1qsb http://bit.ly/dyBYWF
  3. profile image ananthavsagar Mash up inventions - the good, bad and the ugly - http://www.wired.com/thisdayintech/2010/06/gallery-mashups/10/ !
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
Arabs take credit for others inventions? - Yahoo! Answers
why is it so many arabs like to take credit for other peoples inventions. they like to credit themselves with algebra, the accurate calendar,clock/time but that was all the nonarabic Babylonians inventions which until this day are all christian. they like to credit themselves with the telescope,first university,first library,postal system, and so on but all these inventions were from the non arabic Assyrians who have been christian for almost 2000 years. they take credit for many non arabic peoples inventions and get away with it Member since: February 14, 2008 Total points: 7538 (Level 5) The first answer really just sounds ...
What are some inventions made in 1860-1920? - Yahoo! Answers
The Tank, the British first used it in WW1 at the Battle of the Somme, which was one of the worlds most deadliest battles in History. Before the battle, the British wrote Water Tank on the Tank, so as that German spies wouldn't think anything of it, which is where the Tank got its name. 9 months ago Member since: August 19, 2008 Total points: 12742 (Level 6) i'm not gonna do it all for ya, but i will give u some of the most famous inventions. airplane automobile audio recording motion pictures radio transmissions light bulbs refrigeration telephone u can use wikipedia on those and likely get the rest of the ...