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By Diadon Acs
iPads, social networking, 3D printing, electric plug-in vehicles, artificial hearts — these inventions and innovations are a testament to man’s creativity and capability. But how about a twister fork that keeps pasta from annoyingly sliding off, a goldfish-shaped egg separator that sucks up the yolks and a spaghetti measuring tool that separates adult, small and family portions? Have we whetted your appetite for more DIY inventions and the people behind them?
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Article by Diadon Acs
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