Reading Time: < 1 minute The reviews of “Inventions That Changed History” on Discovery+ are rolling in, and … I’m not in them. But they haven’t burst my bubble.Read More ‘Inventions that changed history’ gets bubbly reviews
Reading Time: < 1 minute “Inventions That Changed History” debuts March 31 on Discovery+ with two episodes a week through April 14. Will Bubble Wrap be featured?Read More ‘Inventions that changed history’ pops on March 31
Reading Time: 2 minutes Today is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. At one time we celebrated it as a national holiday. Today, though, the world little notes nor long remembers it. This display at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum in Springfield, Illinois, is titled “Lincoln Fights Fake News.” The book is an unauthorized biography a friend sent him to fact-check after […]Read More Week in Review: Week 6
Reading Time: < 1 minute Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day popped up on the calendar this past week, and my post about it got the most views of any post so far this year. Since the start of this blog more than three years ago, the most-read post is The birth of Bubble Wrap, so that’s no surprise. Probably that’s because […]Read More Week in Review: Week 5
Reading Time: 2 minutes Every day is Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day for the first kid to ever pop the plastic bubbles. That would be me.Read More It’s Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day!
Reading Time: < 1 minute I took some time off this week to work on other projects. They weren’t all creative; I’m working on some reports and major projects for a nonprofit group.Read More Week in Review: Week 4
Reading Time: 2 minutes So far, January has been the busiest month ever for this blog. Can I keep up the pace? Or should I spend the next week working on bigger projects?Read More Week in Review: Week 3
Reading Time: 2 minutes An explanation of what happened to “Write in the Middle” and where I hope to go from here.Read More On promises and starting over
Reading Time: < 1 minute Here’s a lighthearted view of what it’s like to work at Bubble Wrap Brand headquarters, as depicted by one of Sealed Air’s problem-solving mechanical engineers.Read More Happy Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day!
Reading Time: 5 minutes – HISTORY – Bubble Wrap failed as wallpaper and insulation before its inventors struck on the idea of packaging. Excerpt from nomination of Alfred W. Fielding and Marc A. Chavannes to National Inventors Hall of Fame.Read More The birth of Bubble Wrap