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This podcast investigates the curious history of invention and innovation. Did Thomas Edison take credit for things he didn’t actually invent? What everyday items have surprising origins? And would man have ever got to the moon without… the bra? Each episode host Dallas Campbell dives into stories of flukey discoveries, erased individuals and merky marketing ploys with the help of experts, scientists and historians. Expect new episodes every Wednesday and Sunday. Hosted on Acast. See acast.c ...
 
Spot-a-Genius is a podcast that engages in conversation about innovation, genius ideas, new products, and advances in technology that hit the coolness target. Know an inventor's product to feature? The idea revolution is in full gear and new start-ups are dominating the business landscape. Shark Tank is one of the most relevant TV Show about product innovation and spotagenius highlights pitches that are featured from Shark Tank. If you like things like gadgets, novel contraptions, tech produ ...
 
Amazon FBA Tips, Tricks, And Tactics. Seller Round Table will help you get to the next level of your Amazon or e-commerce business. We cover a huge variety of topics like Amazon PPC, marketing, listing optimization, SEO, ranking products, tracking keyword ranking, offsite traffic, sourcing, step by step Amazon coaching and more. If you're just starting out with Amazon private label, or an Amazon master, you will get extreme value from Seller Round Table. Join us live at https://sellerroundta ...
 
From the automobile to the rocket ship, from chewing gum to the TV dinner, from the first face in a photograph to the first voice on the telephone, the world has been forever changed by impossible technologies and startling ideas. But these inventions do not always make the world a better place. These are the stories of The First, a podcast exploring the history of human innovation, focusing less on iconic inventors and more on the forgotten geniuses and everyday people that were responsible ...
 
We live in a complex world where we are surrounded by things and gadgets that make our life, well, let’s say easy. But in this busy schedule, when we take most of things for granted, we hardly pause for a second to think about how this thing came into being and who the brains behind it were. We often use the phrase "Necessity is the mother of all inventions" but do you know a ton of the world inventions were actually accidental? The inventions that changed the world on its head and became a ...
 
One of the most prolific and multi-talented geniuses the world has ever seen, Thomas Alva Edison's life is indeed an inspiration for each new generation. Today we live in a world that would not have been possible if not for several of his important inventions – the electric light bulb, the motion picture camera, electric power distribution, the phonograph, and a host of other things that we take for granted today. In fact, he still holds the world record for the maximum number of patents, nu ...
 
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This week we are joined by our friend and comedian Patrick Hastie to talk about some more inventions! We break down why a hot tub elevator would be awesome, the joys of poop and nap Ubers, a scarf that hides how old your neck is and so much more! at the end of the episode we invent a solution for when your elastic bands starts becoming not elastic.…
 
Fonts are usually invisible to us; we absorb the written word without noticing the medium (unless someone sends you an email in comic sans and then you can’t see past the choice of font!) But every font is a piece of design, created for a specific purpose at a specific point in time. Laden with meanings, some of which we subconsciously absorb when …
 
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Intro and Outro music performed by Toronto: National Youth Orchestra of Canada. Performing Gustav Holst, The Planet suite. Recorded 9 Aug 2015 www.nyoc.org Twitter: @MonetaryRevolu3 My work will always be free, but if you want to help out feel free to leave something small in various ways. BTC: bc1q6gdfysyrt6t0dfs42uy8w75twmr47qr9u39pwxcwscgfty8z47…
 
How would you feel if you found out you had a very high or a very low IQ? Would it change you? The IQ test has an awful allure to it. A single number that ranks your mental ability against everyone else’s, for better or for worse. Helping Dallas explore the origins of this blasted test is John Carson, historian and author of The Measure of Merit: T…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Grant Sheffield. Just a disclaimer the audio didn't record so we had to use the camera audio, but that doesn't mean we don't have spicy inventions! like the book knife, small talk gossip, or the sleep machine that really helps you feel your dreams. We also figured out how to protect our drinks from Leland's cat s…
 
It’s time to talk about the toilet, or crapper, or bog, or the john, head, the comfort station, khazi, dunny, can, throne, pissoir. Join Dallas and his guest, Rose George - author of The Big Necessity, on a trip down the toilet bowl of history as they uncover the origins of the flush toilet. Listen in to find out how Queen Elizabeth’s naughty cousi…
 
A hundred years ago next to no one was born via Caesarean Section. Today, one in five new arrivals on planet earth come via a Caesarean. Its meteoric rise is down to an invention most people won’t know. The Foetal Heart Monitor. This is a story about how the law of unintended consequences led to Caesarean Section becoming the world’s most common ma…
 
This week we are joined by Comedian Atheer Yacoub. This week, we have some great inventions, like a wall toilet, avocado tape, and a way to gather and filter sneezes. We also talk about laser tag which is better for your mental health, and some headphones that make it look like you have hairy ears. If you want to follow us you can find us at: Athee…
 
When this trick was first performed, ushers poured buckets of blood down the gutter outside the theatre to entice people into the macabre spectacle. Today Dallas is joined by Jim Steinmeyer to talk about the invention and development of the most iconic magic trick of all - Sawing Someone In Half. It turns out that Dallas is something of a magician …
 
150 years ago a patent was lodged for the first ever pair of jeans (what we’d think of as jeans today at least). There were two names on it. One was the inventor Jacob Davis. The other was the company he was going into business with: Levi Strauss & Co. How did Levi’s jeans come to be? Why are there a pair of horses on the label? What’s with the tin…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Jess Levin. We have some tasty idiot moments before getting into our meaty inventions including but not limited to: squady potty for social pooping, a sink that dispenses much more, a weather bucket, and a lie detector bracelet. We also talk about bringing back public duels! If you want to follow us you can find …
 
250 million years ago the armour-plated Placoderm fish invented the act of sex as we know it. Hubba Hubba. Dive in the historical sack as we go in search of the origins of nature’s greatest ever invention. Dallas’s guest on this episode is Australian palaeontologist John Long, author of The Dawn of the Deed. Produced by Freddy Chick. Senior produce…
 
You can argue that plastics were invented to save nature from human depredation…that plan backfired a bit! Early plastics were designed as substitutes for scarce natural products like ivory and shellac or the shells of endangered snails. But it didn’t take long for things to get out of hand. In this episode we trace the story of plastic past, prese…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Andrew Manning. We got a whirlwind of inventions to start the new year, we got toilet paper that will tell you exactly when to stop wiping, a hitman for revenge, some New Years glasses that you can use more than once, confetti for your butthole and so much more! We also figure out what to do when you don't have a…
 
The Open Plan Office. A little bit of you might die inside every time you hear those words. But we promise you the history of how they came to be is worth hearing. Born at the same time as the counter cultural revolution of the 60s, Open Plan was supposed to create the offices that the egalitarian, free-thinking children of that revolution would wa…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Bobby Condon. We open up with some idiot stories, then get into the good stuff. We have some carry-over Christmas inventions including a way to blindfold your kid to keep them from ruining the Holiday, but we also discover the sippy straw that covers the whole body, a social card to help make conversations at par…
 
Today we’re bringing you an episode from Dan Snow’s History Hit. Normal Patented service will resume in the New Year. Accurate timekeeping is at the very root of all of the technological advances in the modern world, but how did it all begin? From Roman sundials to mediaeval water-clocks, people of all cultures have made and used clocks for thousan…
 
This week we are joined by Comedian Steve Malden. We start off with some great Idiot moments, like bringing a book to a club, ruining trivia, and not understanding expressions. When we get into inventions it gets pretty spicy. We talk about a trampoline toilet, a Christmas wreath for your toilet seat, a better way to get your Christmas tree, and a …
 
Ho ho ho! Come with us on a Christmas tale of invention as we talk to the world’s only Christmas Cracker historian, Peter Kimpton of Norwich. 🎄Hear about Tom Smith the inventor of the Christmas Cracker 🎁Discover the strangest Christmas Cracker ever made 🧑‍🎄Learn what makes the “CRACK”! Produced by Freddy Chick, senior producer is Charlotte Long For…
 
There’s so many versions of Monopoly these days. Which one is the original? London? No. Atlantic City? Uh uh. The original had property names like ‘Poverty Place’ and ‘La Swell Hotel’ and was designed as an anti-Capitalist game. Our guest to tell the story of Lizzie Magie, the real inventor of the game we now know as Monopoly, is David Parlett a ga…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Maggie Lalley. We all share some saucy idiot moments to start then we get into the inventions baby! We talk about apps for ice cream, microwaves, and changing clothes. Come up with a device to tell if a first date is a waste of time, a bathroom that helps you get in touch with your family, and figure out how to l…
 
Today it’s a Tupperware party and you’re all invited! Tupperware epitomises the post-war suburban dream. But pop open the lid and peep inside and not all is as it seems. There was a battle for the soul of Tupperware. A battle fought between the inventor of the Tupperware box, Earl Tupper, and the woman who made it famous through her Tupperware part…
 
The hieroglyphs seem to hold a lot of secrets about Ancient Egyptians. What do emojis say about us? What on earth is their story? Emojis originate in the notebooks of 1970’s Japanese schoolgirls obsessed with adding cute illustrations between words. Their story ends in boardroom meetings in California where the emojis that we are all allowed, and t…
 
This week we are joined by our friend Peter Wong! We start out with some spicy Idiot moments and then get into some hot inventions, I'm talking about a dating app that makes you pay or gets you paid depending if you are active or not, a toilet on springs, a crystal in your head that can tell what your mood is, and some other ways to get a falcon to…
 
Why did the chicken cross the road? What came first, the chicken or the egg? Who invented the chicken anyway? We answer at least one of these questions on today’s show. We follow the chicken from the time of the dinosaurs (the chicken is the closest living relative to T-Rex) until today’s genetically engineered bird with today’s guest Sally Coultha…
 
Who invented LEGO, the world's favourite toy? To find out we have to head to a Danish fishing village where a family of toy makers live. A family who over the course of three generations, created the LEGO world we know today. Dallas’s guest is Daniel Konstanski, a lifelong LEGO fanatic who builds breathtaking LEGO models and has recently published …
 
This week we are joined by comedian Graham Cooper. We go swimming in the world of inventing! We talk about a picture frame that is also a hammer, some skis that fold in on themselves, a bank heist simulator and so much more. We also break down why contactless elevator buttons suck. If you want to follow us you can find us at: Graham Cooper - @graha…
 
CROISSANTS WEREN’T INVENTED IN FRANCE. Mon dieu! C’est pas vrai! Today Dallas finds out about the person responsible for bringing the croissant to France. It wasn’t Marie Antoinette and it has nothing to do with the Turkish flag. The person we have to thank is an Austrian entrepreneur called August Zang who set up a wildly popular Viennese bakery i…
 
On this episode of Spotagenius we check in at Shark Tank to see if guest shark Kevin Hart makes an investment on a food snacking product called Snacktiv. It's like chopsticks you wear on your fingers like a ring so you can grab snack goodies without actually touching the snacks while using your computer and eating finger foods. This segment and oth…
 
Who invented aliens? We did. Each age invents its own. When we invented robots, aliens became robotic beings. In the Cold War, intergalactic peacemakers appear. Aliens came to abduct us in a decade when the news was full of kidnappings. In this episode Dallas discovers when we first started to think about alien life and explores how our ideas about…
 
This week we are joined by comedian Matt Coghlan. We talk about a water bed that you can drink from, a pet that helps you keep your house clean, cold sandwich bags, and so much more!If you want to follow us you can find us at: Matt Coghlan - @matthewcoghlanLeland Long - @lelandcomedyCharlie Dawson - @charlievdawsonThe Idiots Catalog - @idiots_catal…
 
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