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'American Inventor' stirs the Edison in everyone

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / March 16, 2006

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Many of us are closet Edisons. We have those light bulb moments, when an invention idea pops into our heads and we're positive it will make us millions. Recently, a friend came up with ''Cheese Go-Rounds," slices of cheese shaped into large zeroes to fit perfectly atop bagels. Think of the convenience! Plus, they'd end the tragedy of cheese over ... (Full article: 609 words)

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