March 18, 2010 5:08 pm

InventHelp’s Invention Girl can’t say thanks enough for your readership of the InventHelp Blog. Hopefully, you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy posting! If you’re hungry for even more invention-related articles, check out one of Invention Girl’s favorite new pastimes: posting stories to my InventHelp profile.

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InventHelp’s Invention Girl would be thrilled if you checked out my article on the WiTricity Corporation, which unveiled a remarkable 32-inch wireless television at CES this year. WiTricity simply demonstrated the feasibility (or “proof of concept”) for the wireless transmission of electricity. We’re looking forward to watching this invention evolve!

Another topic I explore on EzineArticles is the rigors of the Collegiate Inventors Competition. In its 20th anniversary year, the contest enjoyed a first: an undergraduate shared the grand prize. Stephen Diebold, 21, accepted a total of $27,000 in prize money in late 2009 for inventing an improved pointing stick for those who have quadriplegia or who otherwise cannot use their arms.

If you’re an author, publisher or simply love reading about new technology, EzineArticles is another great way to spend part of your day!

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