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Sara Goodman

Ft. Lauderdale, FL Joined January 02, 2013

Hardworking 50 something that loves the outdoors: kayaking, hiking, fishing, camping.

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almost 2 years ago
Sara Goodman added a comment to Coil your cables! POSEABLE CORD SLEEVE rolls up into a tidy coil when not in use. Holds its shape until you unwind it.

Like the idea. I figure 8 or coil up cords I'm not using and then use a twist tie or velcro loop and then throw them in a desk drawer. It's a lot of work and if you don't tie them up they make a mess. And I like the idea of different colors for different devices. I would buy this~

almost 2 years ago
Sara Goodman added a comment to Flying Insects are pesky, infective, filthy creatures! Say NO to tanks, sprays, and plastic or electronic swatters. Meet the answer next.

They already make such a gadget. I had one. But the electric tennis racket zapper works better!

almost 2 years ago
Sara Goodman added a comment to The Bedmate can simply pull up and adjust a patient in bed without manual assistance from a nurse or aide preventing injury.

Thanks Gustave. This idea came up while caring for a disabled spouse. Put my back out too many times trying to lift and position him in bed. Working on ideas on how to make a caregiver's life a heck of a lot easier.

almost 2 years ago
Sara Goodman submitted a new idea
The Bedmate can simply pull up and adjust a patient in bed without manual assistance from a nurse or aide preventing injury.
about 2 years ago
Sara Goodman added a comment to Electronic helmet attachment designed to deploy and retract single and dual shields on helmets wirelessly with handlebar switch for safety.

Having ridden a motorcycle for years, I have some questions. A rider is not going to raise or lower his shield until he is stopped. Typically in traffic or at a stop at an intersection. Not while moving, which would be terribly unsafe. My question is how will the electronics for the helmet be rigged? Is there wireless technology? You don't want wires running around a rider and the bike. And what if a rider accidentally hits the toggle on the handle bar while riding? And if you can't wear it for highway use, then what good is it?

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