I like to read my Kindle sitting in a recliner or beach chair, but the Kindle Reader (and probably others)
is difficult to hold in that position. There are holders for reading at a table and covers to put them in, but
why not a flat, adjustable angle folding handle that simply clips onto the Kindle. Another helpful feature would
be a built-in trigger that allows you to turn pages with the thumb or forefinger.
(See my crude holder here)
One of my tires is out of balance, but I don't know which one. I wish they made little discs with
sticky backs that I could stick on the wheels. After several miles of travel, they would tell me if the
wheel needs balancing.
I would like a video editing program that can aid in editing
captured film from a movie projector. I can make a video of an 8mm film right
off the screen, but there are many dark frames in it. There should be a way to
automatically cut out the dark frames to eliminate flickering and make the video
Couldn't someone invent a USB drive that you can load Power Point onto and run with a video projector
without fiddling around with a laptop that doesn't recognize the projector and embarrasses you in
front of the audience? It would only need a remote to operate.
Manufacturers should use special tape to seal boxes so customers can see at a glance if the package
has been opened. A refurbished item could have another special tape. A box taped with normal cellophane
tape can be easily opened and re-sealed.
Why don't manufacturers of kitchen cabinets make them with built in compartments for storing all those
small appliances that clutter counter tops? Wouldn't it be nice if you could just press a button and
the toaster, mixer, blender, coffee maker or other appliance would either appear or disappear?