This is a good research site.
November 12, 1999 -- From Steve Restelli, a reader from Barre, Vermont who is affiliated with the site
Come and view the photographs that belonged to the “Father of Modern Television”. You will see the first television screen images of baseball, football and Mickey Mouse!
October 19, 1999 -- From Margaret M. Parr, a parent from Arlington, VA who is affiliated with the site
These new Patent and Trademark Office Kids’ Pages are rich with fun materials to encourage kids to be creative. We have games, puzzles and contests for kids of all ages and educational materials for kids, parents and teachers about patents, trademarks and copyrights. We have lots of stories about inventors and inventions and a calendar showing an interesting patent, trademark or copyright which was granted or registered each day of the year. Check out our Halloween pages -“The Little Shoppe of Patent and Trademark Horrors!
October 10, 1999 -- a teacher from Saipan, Commonwealth of The Northern Marianas Islands who is not affiliated with the site
Site describes how different inventions work. You get detailed but, understandable information about every day inventions and their technology .
September 22, 1999 -- From Ronald J. Riley, a reader from USA who is affiliated with the site
Benefiting from over 4400 hours of research, this is the most comprehensive web based resource about invention available for children. No commercial advertising, all original content, and reasonable use of graphics makes for very fast downloads.
September 7, 1999 -- From a reader from Washington, DC USA who is affiliated with the site
The Inventors Museum explores the lives and inventions that have changed our world. There is particular emphasis on groups that have not received the attention they deserve such as women and inventors of color.The museum is fun and interactive. It has been enjoyed by children and adults of all ages. It is definitely worth a surf!
August 27, 1999 -- From a reader from Sacramento California who is affiliated with the site
Patents, Discovery, Invention and Trademarks for Entrepreneurs, Inventors, Educators, Kids, Seniors, Patent Professionals and Librarians. Free Inventor Help Resources, Invention Books, Webzine, forums, 3000 hand selected and catalogued links, more. Huge, informative, Kid safe, designed, developed, original content, maintained by one overworked guy (me). I tell visitors that it’s like Disneyland: “You can’t see it all in just one day”.”.’Inventing’ is a career, hobby or pursuit unbound by age, sex, educational background, race. See also for separate listing: