Is this really the coolest invention?
Let's be honest. Sliced bread-or a loaf sold sliced and then packaged-doesn't seem nearly as groundbreaking as it did when it debuted around 1928, especially if you consider the creations of late. Following are seven brilliant inventions that could easily replace leavened and baked dough in the phrase "the best thing since sliced bread."
Did we forget your favorite invention? Tell us what deserves top honors!
The Computer: Almost everything today is done on a computer: it is a way to access the internet, play games, and get work done.
The Internet: Almost everything from shopping to bill paying is done online. In addition, the internet has given most people the ability to watch TV and get their information instantaneously!
The iPhone: Much more than a smartphone, this nifty device gives us an almost infinite number of apps and hand held access to the internet, now we can watch the Bed Intruder Video anytime, on the go!
The Microwave Oven: This kitchen staple revolutionized how we cook food on a daily basis, and it is estimated that over 90% of American households have one.
Duct Tape: Invented in the 1940s, this strong, sticky stuff is widely considered to be an essential in any "fix it kit." While it is known for its repair abilities, this tape has also been used in surprising ways, such as fashion, where people have used it to make a prom dress, a purse, and a pair of pants.
Post-its: One of the best, and most colorful ways to set reminders and make notes, these little stick-on pieces of paper have become impossible to live without!
Penicillin: Discovered in 1928, this antibiotic is used to treat-and cure-a number of dangerous diseases.
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