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…metapost… February 26, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Uncategorized.
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Here is a Bright Idea…try to see if this blog can help with an important cause. A dear friend of mine has multiple sclerosis, and I will be joining her and her team for the MS walk this April 5th. I have pledged $100 to the cause. If you would like to contribute as well, or just learn more about MS, please click HERE.

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574. Bright Idea: Solve-a-math-equation Alarm Clock February 26, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Product, Video.
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This smart clock requires you to be more alert in order to turn it off, and will exercise your brain in the process. Well done, via Make.

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573. Bright Idea: the Fusion Dining Pool Table February 26, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Furniture, Game, Product.
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I don’t know about you folks, but my wife and I use our dining table about 3 times a year, when we get around to having a dinner party. Otherwise, we eat on our kitchenette every night.

So that is why I think this dining table, which converts into a pool table, is a Bright Idea. Finally use your dining room more frequently. Add a ping-pong tabletop addition, and you will use that room even more. Check all the versions out HERE; via BornRich.

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572. Bright Idea: the EZ Clean Spray Bottle February 18, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Product.
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This 32 oz spray bottle holds a roll of paper towels. Quite convenient to use, but maybe not so to transfer the cleaning solution from the original bottle. For $10, buy it HERE.

Watch the 30-sec cheesy infomercial below.

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571. Sparked Art: The Cloud February 11, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Art, Video.
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This digital sculpture is found in Heathrow Airport, and is made out of about 5,000 individually-controlled (via computer) flip-dots. Designed by Troika. Check out the clip below (via Make).

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570. Bright Idea: Emily Wall Clock February 11, 2008

Posted by Matt Fleming, PsyD in Product.
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No need to lift your head off of the pillow to read this clock. Though it is not yet in production, I would instantly purchase one if (A) I didn’t have to put on glasses to see the clock anyway; (B) I allowed electric clocks near my bed (yup, it’s my EMR concerns again). Via Inventorspot.

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