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In a 2006 New Yorker essay on the late French writer Boris Vian , Dan Halpern described Vian's "L'Ecume des jours" as a "deeply silly" piece of work.
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In more than 20 years of golf course design, Holland's Ray Hearn had never experienced a challenge like he did at Island Hills Golf Club .
8 hrs ago | Business Journal
Each year the U.S. Supreme Court decides about 70 to 90 cases. So far this year, six have been patent law cases sent up from the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
To get past hospital purchasing departments focused on up-front costs more than long-term savings, Minimally Invasive Devices Inc. has had to beat its competition on both price and quality.
A Chairless Chair is probably best described as a wearable appliance and after taking one look at it, you realize it's an accessory that is used for utilitarian proposes rather than for style.
A crowd gathering during an event at the Bitcoin Center NYC in the FInancial District.
A resident of Ladera Ranch, he grew up in San Clemente, was a San Clemente police officer from 1975 to 1993 and coaches the high jump at Dana Hills High School.
Ever since mankind figured out that prehistoric beasts die easier when you poke them with a pointy stick rather than beating them in the head with a far less pointy stick, humanity has lauded and celebrated invention.
Heartless scammers declared a 'thundering' love for lonely women looking for a partner on popular dating site Match.com to con them out of A 220,000, a court heard today.
Bunch o' Balloons, based by Plano's Josh Malone, lets parents and children fill 100 water balloons in less than a minute.
Founded in 1993, Acacia Research Corporation is the industry leader in patent licensing.
"Halt and Catch Fire" has apparently burned bright enough with AMC to earn itself a second season, as Wednesday the network announced it has renewed the drama for Season 2. "This is a show about invention, experimentation, and the inherent risks in trying to break new ground -- themes that really resonate with us as a network and attracted a ... (more)
Engineering researchers are designing nano-optical cables small enough to replace the copper wiring on computer chips.
Abeego owner Toni Desrosiers hopes to take her Victoria-based food wrap business from a cottage industry to a global player that can compete with giants, without sacificing the integrity of the product.
From the airplane to the DNA fingerprint, science, history and pop culture come under the spotlight in this thrilling chronicle of the 20th century's greatest inventions.
The weird thing is the robot resembles a Star Wars robot, either that or a fluorescent light fixture.
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