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Cigarette Pack Bottom Cigarette Pusher Printer Friendly Version
Like chap stick and lip stick you can't use them until you can get them to the surface. If each cigarette had a bottom that you could push the cigarette up then you could easily remove them (or one) from the pack. Right now you can't get the first or second cigarette out without dumping the whole pack out or squishing the cigarettes around the one you want until you've removed about the first five making room for any sized fingers to grab one out. We just provide a cicular segmented bottom under each cigarrete that extends below each one and you push up on the bottom of the one you want. Each cigarette gets it's own push up piece!
Easily implimented and manufactured at minimal cost since the materials need not be of any other product they don't already have readily available, such as the type of card board type paper used in hard pack cigarettes or any other material they have now. This would work on packs of gum and other tightly packed items.
Reward: To have these bottoms on all brands and pack types. 

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Walkabout Phone System Printer Friendly Version
Picture this;
You work in a large organisation which has hundreds of offices scattered all over the place.
Your work takes you off to various random locations around the building.
The building has numerous swipe card access points for security.
The building also has a large telephone system centrally connected to an exchange.
Most of the day you are not at your desk and you miss most of your calls.
Why not connect the security system to the phone system?
The call comes in. Before being directed to your extension the phone system checks with the security system to check your whereabouts.
The call is automatically routed to a communal phone in your vicinity. You could even have personal ringtones that follow you round so when the phone rings you know its for you.
With enough sensors scanning security cards as you walk past phone calls could intercept you as you walk down the corridor.
Reward: Name it after me. 

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Transfer of Videos & Files to Apple Device Printer Friendly Version
Imagaine an Apple TV-sized device (maybe a bit thinner).
On the front there is a thin slip for a cd/dvd; below that are 2 usb slots and to the right of that are SD card openings. There is no screen.
This device can be connected through a USB cable to any Apple device - MacBook Air, iPod Touch, iPhone, and the iPad to name the important ones.
This device has its own built-in processor (the equivelant of the Apple A5 processor), a gigabyte of RAM, and a built-in hard drive from the iPod classic that is 160 gb.
Alone, this device accomplishes nothing, but the "iProduct" of your choice controls it through an app. The app can be used to take songs off the cd and store it on the hard drive. It will also add the songs to your library on the "iProduct" - same goes for pictures, videos, and other files.
The device contains its own built-in battery, but uses minimal power because there is no screen. The app displays everything. This device, when paired with an iPad, would make the regular MacBooks useless.
Reward: Please make it and give me one. I'd use it all the time. 

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