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**Bread is amazing.** It's: • Easy to make • Versatile • Delicious **The problem with bread:** • Hard to eat in one piece • Cutting it yourself is annoying • The slices you cut yourself are not uniform in thickness In conclusion: bread is amazing, but it's either hard or time-consuming to eat. What we need is a way to make bread available to the masses.
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Having established that bread is amazing, yet surrounded by problems, we set forth to solve the obvious one: having bakers slice it beforehand. However, this would increase the cost of labour, making bread more expensive. A better idea is to invest in a machine that can slice bread before packaging it. Reports have come in from a village in West Sussex that such a machine is in the making.
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**From _The National Bugle Enquirer Times_** _Search is on for new metaphor for innovation_ **Cupertino** – It seems the bell has tolled for the concept of ‘the wheel’ as a benchmark for human ingenuity. Instead, the search is on for a new metaphor to describe the crazy ideas inventors can come up with. Invention experts have already decided that the circular object no longer can maintain a stable position as a forward-thinking role model. “I mean, it wasn't even invented for vehicles. The ancient Mesopotamians used them for creating pottery.” says history buff Robert Ignacious Peter van Winkle. And so, a challenge has been issued to the scientific world: come up with something inventive, darn it. A prompt has been created. Van Winkle: ”We feel it's probably good to be forward thinking and future-proof this idea. So that when something better comes along, people should be able to say ‘This is the best thing since X.’ X being the amazing invention we're looking for, of course.”
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Wheels are amazing, but the product category is so old and stale that it‘s up for disruption. Some ideas: • New shapes? How about a sick octagon? • 3D: Wheels are notoriously two-dimensional. Maybe introduce a new dimension? Think about rolling around on a couple of icosahedra. That would be a critical hit! • 4D wheels???? (Need to come back to this)
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Capture Everything.
Tallenna kaikki.
Position the document in view.
Kohdista dokumentti näyttöön.
Auto
Auto
الغاء
Peru
Collect the Sleeping Bags
Kerää tavarat reissukassiin
Draw Your Conclusions.
Hahmottele ajatuksesi.
Get Attached to Your Notes.
Liitä muistiinpanoihisi.
Light Notes. Dark Notes.
Vaaleat muistiinpanot. Tummat muistiinpanot.
Past. Present. Future.
Menneet. Nykyiset. Tulevat.
Plan for the Future. Live in the Moment. Refer to the Past.
Suunnittele tulevaisuus. Elä nykyisyydessä. Muista menneisyys.
A Quick Reminder.
Pikamerkintä
Personal
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