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All You Need Is One
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TitleAll You Need Is One
Extended TitleSolving a common problem is the 21st century version of striking it rich, creators hope.
AbstractPictures and short description of Kansas City inventors and their inventions including Robin Westlin (skirts for birdcages); Hoyl Lockett (Image-Light, a product that lets consumers see their digital pictures in a new light); Brian Hager (a double-sided hook capable of supporting 400 pounds); and Keith Calvert (SterileWrite, a kind of pen wash that automatically cleans and disinfects a pen after each use). President of the Kansas City Inventors Club, Carrie Jeske and her husband, Stewart, won Best New Product at an Electronic Retailers Association event for their lightweight and portable shade system called SportsShade Canopy Awning.
AuthorJames A. Fussell
PhotographerJim Barcus
DateJune 7, 2011
SourceThe Kansas City Star
LocationMicrofilm
PageD1 & D3
SubjectInventors
Inventions
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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CONTENTdm number39727
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