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  1. Inventing the Rest of Our Lives : Women in Second Adulthood by Suzanne Braun Levine, 2005-12-27
  2. Inventing the Truth: The Art and Craft of Memoir by William Zinsser, 1998-05-20
  3. Inventing Human Rights: A History by Lynn Hunt, 2008-04-17
  4. Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignty in England and America by Edmund S. Morgan, 1989-09-17
  5. Inventing Montana: Dispatches from the Madison Valley by Ted Leeson, 2009-09-01
  6. Inventing America: A History of the United States (Second Edition)(Vol. One-Volume) by Pauline Maier, Merritt Roe Smith, et all 2006-04-07
  7. Inventing for Dummies by Pamela Riddle Bird, 2004-05-07
  8. Inventing Money: The Story of Long-Term Capital Management and the Legends Behind It by Nicholas Dunbar, 2001-01-16
  9. Inventing on a Shoestring Budget by Barbara Russell Pitts and Mary Russell Sarao, 2006-06-02
  10. Kids Inventing! A Handbook for Young Inventors by Susan Casey, 2005-08-24
  11. A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution by Carol Berkin, 2003-10-20
  12. Histories of the Immediate Present: Inventing Architectural Modernism (Writing Architecture) by Anthony Vidler, 2008-06-30
  13. Inventing Niagara: Beauty, Power, and Lies by Ginger Strand, 2009-05-05
  14. Inventing the "American Way": The Politics of Consensus from the New Deal to the Civil Rights Movement by Wendy L. Wall, 2009-09-03

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Surfing the Net with Kids syndicated columnist Barbara J. Feldman reviews the best inventing websites for kids, teachers and families, including those
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    "Everything that can be invented has been invented." proclaimed Charles Duell, Director of the U.S. Patent Office, arguing in 1899 for the closure of his department. It seems he was wrong. The U.S. Patent Office is still busy. And the Web is full of inventions, inventors and advice on inventing.
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    The Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation is part of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History. Jumpstart your exploration by clicking on CenterPieces, a collection of interactive study units, such as The Quartz Watch, The Electric Guitar, and Whole Cloth ("Discovering Science and Technology through American Textile History.") Teachers will appreciate the classroom curriculum found under Short Cuts, and everyone will like the Windows and Macintosh screensaver that features toys invented by Jerome Lemelson.

3. NCIO Homepage: Inventing 101: Table Of Contents
Welcome to NCIO s inventing 101 Online Course, a free guide to help inventors with ideas who don t know where to begin or what to do.
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4. Pencil Inventions
So you want to do some inventing? Well then, ask a student in your class to volunteer showing a pencil to the class that needs improving?
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So you want to do some inventing? Well then, ask a student in your class to volunteer showing a pencil to the class that needs improving? For example, a pencil like this:
Then ask the following question:
What's wrong with this pencil?
Here are some typical replies:
  • small
  • ugly
  • no eraser
  • needs sharpening
  • made out of wood
  • can't see inside and how it works
  • can't write on chalkboard
  • not made of steel
  • goes down too fast
  • lead always breaks
  • can't eat it
  • easy to lose
  • not interesting
  • not decorated
  • too skinny
  • too fat
Don't forget to say some of those encouraging words . And remember, be non-judgmental, do not allow any criticism, and quickly jot the ideas on the board. Then ask "How can we improve this pencil?" What new features can we add to make it more useful. Here are some more ideas.
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  • put an eraser on
  • make the eraser bigger
  • change the color
  • make it longer
  • get a new one
  • make it fatter
  • make it skinnier
After getting half a dozen or so more idea, I dig into my box of pencils and pull out one to fix one of the above mentioned problems. Usually someone notices the lack of an eraser, so I like to show a pencil that has two erasers on the end.
Invariably someone blurts out that it looks like a hammer. Yes, perhaps you might find one like this in your doctor's office! Then I go around the room testing some student's knee reflex, and imitate writing down on a clipboard. "Yup, your reflexes are fine!"

5. Lessons On Turning A New Invention Idea Into Money
I know nothing about inventing what do I do to make money from my new invention ideas?
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How does an inventor turn their new invention ideas into money? This is probably the single most often asked question I receive from people who have no clue as to how to proceed. They often hope that they can sell their brilliant new idea to somebody who will hand them money. Sorry, it just does not work that way and you often end up handing a fistful of money in the other direction. The best answer I can give is to get educated in how the whole process works - how to potentially turn an idea into a money making invention. Upfront, you need to know that only a minority of ideas eventually make money. However, that should not stop you from inventing, after all even Thomas Edison had his

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7. O'Reilly Network -- Inventing The Future
What does Tim O Reilly see today that the world will be writing about (and the venture capitalists and entrepreneurs chasing) in the years to come?
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"The future is here. It's just not evenly distributed yet." I recently came across that quote from science-fiction writer William Gibson, and I've been repeating it ever since. So often, signs of the future are all around us, but it isn't until much later that most of the world realizes their significance. Meanwhile, the innovators who are busy inventing that future live in a world of their own. They see and act on premises not yet apparent to others. In the computer industry, these are the folks I affectionately call "the alpha geeks," the hackers who have such mastery of their tools that they "roll their own" when existing products don't give them what they need. The alpha geeks are often a few years ahead of their time. They see the potential in existing technology, and push the envelope to get a little (or a lot) more out of it than its original creators intended. They are comfortable with new tools, and good at combining them to get unexpected results. What we do at O'Reilly is watch these folks, learn from them, and try to spread the word by writing down (or helping them write down) what they've learned and then publishing it in books or online. We also organize conferences and hackathons at which they can meet face to face, and do advocacy to get wider notice for the most important and most overlooked ideas.

8. Inventing Entertainment: The Early Motion Pictures And Sound Recordings Of The E
The Library of Congress online exhibit of the early motion pictures and sound recordings of the Edison Companies. Includes biography and information about
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9. Inventing Modern America
inventing Modern America From the Microwave to the Mouse celebrates the best of American ingenuity and inventiveness. Indepth profiles of 35 inventors
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11. Fed Chief Shifts Path, Inventing Policy In Crisis - New York Times
Mar 16, 2008 Ben S. Bernanke, who has long argued that a central bank should act on consistent principles, now has to improvise.
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12. Inventing The Abbotts (1997)
Directed by Pat O Connor. With Joaquin Phoenix, Billy Crudup, Will Patton. A lighthearted story of two brothers courting three sisters.
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14. Home: Inventing The Organizations Of The 21st Century
The mission of the center is understand emerging ways of working and to invent entirely new and more effective approaches and put them into practice.
Home Home Summary Working Papers Process Handbook ... Projects In 1994 the MIT Sloan School of Management launched a bold initiative in research and education called "Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century." The mission of the center was to not only understand emerging ways of working, but also to invent entirely new and more effective approaches and put them into practice. The genesis of the effort was found in a unique point in our history. Sweeping political, economic, social and especially technological transformations have created a fundamentally new era of business characterized by unprecedented complexity and rapid change during the 1990s. These sweeping changes have produced startling setbacks for what have been some of the world's most successful companies, and at the same time brought great opportunity for new types of organizations. The Initiative ended with a summary conference in December 1999, on the eve of the 21st Century. At this conference, the findings of the six-year effort were presented along with a manifesto for what we propose as an important way of thinking about the organizations of the next century. The research begun in this initiative is now continuing in a variety of other places at MIT, including the Center for eBusiness and the Center for Coordination Science In 2003, the major results of the Initiative were published in a book with the same name:

15. Inventing America : Home
Begin your inventing America review now by clicking one of the chapter numbers at the top of this page or selecting a link on the left to access a section
Welcome to the Inventing America Online Tutor This Web site offers the same content that is contained on the CD-ROMs packaged with each volume of the textbook. For more information on the Inventing America text and supporting materials, please click here Begin your Inventing America review now by clicking one of the chapter numbers at the top of this page or selecting a link on the left to access a section index. Features at a glance (more detail)
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Early Greek scientists struggle to explain how the heavens move.
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    Since the first Egyptian farmers discovered the annual reappearence of Sirius just before dawn a few days before the yearly rising of the Nile, ancient civilizations around the Mediterranean have sought to explain the movements of the heavens as a sort of calendar to help guide them conduct earthly activities. Counting phases of the moon or observing the annual variations of daylength could, after many years' collection of observations, serve as vital indicators for planting and harvesting times, safe or
  • 18. 1492 -- Inventing America
    In part due to this confusion, Europeans conjured up or invented images and tales to explain America that would conform to the descriptions of Marco Polo
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    The name America was given to the Western Hemisphere by European writers and mapmakers after Columbus's death. Nothing in their experiences had led the first explorers to realize that they had come into contact with a vast and unrecorded continent, many times the size of Europe. Previously there had been no accounts, or even rumors, of the "unknown" peoples of this "new" continent in European scholarly literature and discussion or in popular chronicles. Mediterranean explorers in search of the spices and riches of the Far East initially believed that they had reached Asia. In part due to this confusion, Europeans conjured up or "invented" images and tales to explain America that would conform to the descriptions of Marco Polo and others. In early allegorical images, "America" was sometimes portrayed as a noble, native woman submissively awaiting European arrival. Ferocious sea animals and exotic creatures filled early maps of the region. Regrettably, we still have incomplete knowledge of the world view and everyday life of the varied peoples of the Americas before European settlement.
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    The Gutierrez map depicts what appears to be the Holy Roman Emperor, Charles V (Charles I of Spain), as the reborn Caesar in his chariot crossing the Atlantic to lay claim to America. Mediterranean explorers had broken open the "gates of Gilbraltar", considered by the ancient Romans to be the westermost limit of their empire. They revealed a "fourth continent" across the Atlantic and a whole new world of potential for the modern empire builders.

    19. Publication Pages: Inventing The Future
    How will they help us invent the future? In what follows, I will describe changes implied by the scholarship of teaching and learning at three levels—in our
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    From 1968 to 1975, I spent much of my time as a faculty member helping to create a new medical school at Michigan State University. I became particularly interested in the clinical work of faculty members in medicine. Many of my professorial colleagues were physicians who cared for patients while also doing research and teaching. They read the medical literature voraciously to ensure that the clinical care they provided patients (and modeled for students) was state-of-the-art.
    Many of them also conducted clinical research, both informally and formally. They carefully documented their diagnoses and treatment plans. They followed patients to track the course of treatments and responses. Periodically, they published sets of cases illustrating the efficacies of different interventions. At times, they moved from the systematic documentation of their clinical work to "clinical trials," more formal experimental studies in which experimental and control groups are compared over time. Thus, medical faculty not only engaged in scholarly healing; they contributed whenever possible, and in various ways, to a scholarship of healing.

    20. The Institute For Figuring // Exhibition:INVENTING KINDERGARTEN
    the inventing KINDERGARTEN exhibition at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery At Art Center College of Design Presenting objects from the collection of
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    This exhibition is supported, in part, by grants from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Annenberg Foundation, the Pasadena Art Alliance, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors through the Los Angeles County Arts Commission. INVENTING KINDERGARTEN an online exhibit to compliment
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    Presenting objects from the collection of Norman Brosterman Curated by IFF Director Margaret Wertheim and Norman Brosterman Unidentified Los Angeles Kindergarten circa 1900. Astonishingly intricate paper weaving workbook by Ms. F. Wegerich, Germany, c. 1880. Very fine strips of paper woven into complex patterns- 19th century predecessors to the digital revolution. [next]

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