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Watch as Billy Carmen From Product News Channel demonstrates how an invention and new product is born. Watch the entire invention and manufacturing process
7 Jan 2008
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Host (David Beeler) welcomes to the studio Sir Reginald Bo-Hey Know (Tom Konkle) to talk about his book The Cartographers. Written by Tom and Dave Pith-e Productions The first self-produced series of Invention has gotten hundreds of thousands of views, its own fan following worldwide including a fan Myspace page dedicated to the show and Twitter page with articles on NewTeeVee**** and Tubefilter.Tv about the show THE CHARACTERS: Host Brian Forbes (David Beeler) must each week welcome back eccentric inventor and author, Sir Reginald Bo-Hey No (Tom Konkle) who is always his guest and they riff in a short, funny sketch in the chat show format. It is a funny “Art Bell,” show like AM Coast to Coast a late night science/conspiracy show. The series has even been singled out by a serious UK television show as the comic relief on the show’s own webpage. Season 1: After a several episodes of very strange and funny interviews with Sir Reginald about his worthless inventions, Brian becomes increasingly hostile after being accommodating as he realizes he is physically trapped in this talk show with Reginald, literally walking from one side of the frame only to reappear on the other side of the frame again. They must eventually use their own ingenuity to escape, while continuing to do a chat show. What will happen when they get out into the “real” world again? Will they miss each other? Or has Brian simply been driven mad by the eccentric scientist and it’s all in his head…. Reviews of Dave and Tom: BACKSTAGE WEST
- Polly Warfield These two are worthy successors to the comedy mantles of the greats, Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Wittily penned and performed by David Beeler and Tom Konkle, crisply directed by Michael Neill, this night-blooming nosegay of skits and sketches pays proper homage to the kookily cerebral art of (late) Dudley Moore and Peter Cook. Beeler, who could well be cast as an eager young prelate just out of the seminary, is here cast as Moore. Konkle, with the mien of a solid citizen—businessman or loony--could be Cook. They are well paired and well contrasted, and what we have here, as we had there, is la creme de la creme of comedy. LA WEEKLY – Paul Birchall …writer-performers David Beeler and Tom Konkle capture the geniality and goofiness of the late, great masters of the "twitty old bean" style of English comedy. For, in this collection of gleeful and quick-witted skits, Beeler and Konkle pay homage to the buddy comedy of their predecessors…. Comedy Videos Online – Julianne Flystra But willing suspension of disbelief isn’t too hard to do here, because these fictitious Brits run through sketch after sketch without losing any steam where anything is possible and everything is gut-bustingly funny… Beeler and Konkle’s chemistry make “Invention” a treat to watch. They build off each other’s wild gestures, energy and antics as if they’ve known each other all their lives, even though they met in 1999. Dave and Tom The Sketches - Viral Video Show on Veoh**** The wide range of sketches require Beeler and Konkle to play characters who are polar opposites of each man’s previous part, yet the duo pull it off with ease. Summary: The internet series “Invention with Brian Forbes” is short, fast, funny and cheap to produce series with recurring characters and a great potential for endless, funny flights of fancy that work on all the new media platforms. Written, performed and produced by Tom Konkle and David Beeler this is a “turn key” production that’s ready to go. Host (David Beeler) welcomes to the studio Sir Reginald Bo-Hey Know (Tom Konkle) to talk about his book The Cartographers. Written by Tom and Dave Pith-e Productions
3 Jan 2010
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If you have no time to play with your c**t, this invention will be interesting to you! :)
16 Mar 2008
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This video includes highlights from InventHelp's 2007 INPEX Invention Show. INPEX (the Invention and New Product Exposition) is America's largest invention trade show. Entering its 24th year in 2008, InventHelp's INPEX show provides a forum for inventors to exhibit their ideas and attempt to meet companies who may be interested in new products.
24 Mar 2008
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This is Invention #4 in D Minor by J.S. Bach. Ralph Press, President of The Digital Entertainment Network plays it on a Yamaha DGX-500 Digital Piano set to Synthesizer Saw Lead.
28 Mar 2008
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home-made device prototype, enables people to use a PC for hours with no effort with only control of their head and breath. I have done programming browsing and completed games with this while I had a hand injury, as efficiently as with a mouse, it can be adapted to have a second mouse button. it is a wind prone but indoors it has many advantages over every other available clicking device sold as assistive technology. I hope this invention can help many people because it doesn't exist in production anywhere in the world at present but it's actually better than anything currently available!
7 Apr 2008
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A sunny day he woke up and invented this... (with English subs)
18 Apr 2008
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Boys & girls, we present The Duoped - a terrible invention from the 1950s that never took off.
19 Jul 2008
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the best invention, ever
30 May 2008
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Angel Opportunities is a simple and quick way to learn about and possibly get involved with angel investing for lots of early-stage inventions, innovations, products and technologies. You can be in on the ground floor of some of the amazing new ideas being developed before most others ever hear about them and before they are widely marketed and making profits. Angel investing can be exciting, but there is significant risk as well, so be sure to weigh out the risk and reward balance well before becoming involved with your money. The coming website, AngelOpportunities****, will continually have many opportunities listed for both new and seasoned angels, as well as the chance to enter with far less than usual cash to become an angel. Therefore risk can be much lower and spread over more angels' shoulders. Also a little investment cash can be placed in several opportunities at once. It would only take one of the innovations to do well for the profit rewards to be very great. Angel investing also has the benefit of helping bring important new ideas to the waiting marketplace. Many of these inventions or products help solve major problems, enhance the quality of life for many, and may even save lives. For more information on the benefits of angel opportunities please contact TerryAngelOpportunities****.
27 Jun 2008
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Bach's invention at your speed! Distributed by Tubemogul.
28 Jun 2008
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Bach's invention slightly raped. Distributed by Tubemogul.
13 Oct 2008
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The world famous inventor of the wind-up radio gives some tips on how to take your invention to market and prevent your idea from getting stolen!
13 Jul 2008
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Need help with your invention? Invention Resource International can help turn your invention into reality!
23 May 2009
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Invention Resource International can help turn your idea into reality. As the world's largest invention assistance organization, IRI has the resources to help you today!
17 May 2009
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The Department of Commerce's United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation (NIHFF) joined The Advertising Council today to launch a series of national public service advertisements (PSAs) designed to inspire a new generation of children in innovation. The new television, radio, outdoor and Web ads are the second series of the PSA campaign, which aims to make inventing a part of American children's lives. For generations, the United States has been a global leader in technology and innovation. While the country represents only 5 percent of the world's population, it accounts for nearly one-third of the world's science and engineering researchers and 40 percent of all research and development, according to the Council on Competitiveness. However, with increased economic competition globally, it's widely understood that the United States must take steps now to maintain its leadership. In particular, America must ensure we inspire future generations of innovators. To view more Multimedia News Release go to, *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/adcouncil/34089/
1 Aug 2008
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