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Ramblings of a Mad Scientist: 100 Ideas for a Stranger Tomorrow

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Ramblings of a Mad Scientist: 100 Ideas for a Stranger Tomorrow
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Publisher: unglue.it

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This collection invigorates and inspires with one hundred original concepts, ideas, and inventions spanning many topics, including transportation, mobile devices, wearable electronics, games, emerging technologies, and more. All ideas contained within are free to use, shared with the public domain, as opposed to being patented.

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