Homeland Security Broadcasting System (HoSBroS)

Excerpt from the patent specification: HOMELAND SECURITY BROADCASTING SYSTEM The HoSBroS system provides a radio frequency receiver equipped with a noise gate which can be embedded in virtually any consumer electronic device.  Initially, wireless audio devices such as smoke detectors and radios are the most desirable point of implementation.  Thereafter, any consumer electronic device that … Continue reading Homeland Security Broadcasting System (HoSBroS)


BarChrome Color-Enabled License Plate Matrix

Homeland Security Broadcasting System “Fingerprinted” Secure Paper User-Verifiable Bond Seal Safeguarded Against Piracy Bonded Marketplace for User-to-User Sales Transactions and Internet Auctions Secure Barcode BarChrome License Plate        

Jus Voli Citizenship System

A disclosed system, called jus voli (citizenship by volition), allows a nation to become a party to an international agreement whereby each party nation is among a menu of nations from which a person who has attained a predetermined age can choose a citizenship. Upon agreement to be subject to the laws of the chosen nation and payment of any initiation fee, the person thereby becomes a citizen of the chosen nation.

Abracadabble™ “Magic Wand” Video Game Controller

The spell-casting system provides a physical input mechanism, such as a wand equipped with motion and/or position sensors, and a verbal input mechanism, such as a microphone for use with speech recognition technology (SRT). In order to trigger a spell, a user inputs a physical input pattern and a verbal input pattern; if and only if the user input is recognized by the computer as the predetermined combination of patterns assigned to a spell, the spell is triggered, i.e., successfully cast.

Search Engines | Algorithm | User-Generated | Relevance Ranking | Collective Intelligence

Jatalla | 100% User-Generated Search Engine Results Featuring the Most Powerful Search Engine on Earth: Your Brain

What is needed, therefore, is a mechanism that allows Internet users to select the search methodology used in a particular search term, to combine the results of a search under one methodology with another search under another methodology, to assign how much weight is allotted to each methodology, to set standards against which each indexed item (e.g., document or record) is measured, to set maximum levels or tolerances for variations from such standards, and to otherwise define the way a search is performed rather than be reliant upon an a priori definition set by someone else.

Lexary User-Generated, User-Edited, “Crowdsourced” Reference Library

A “Lexary” is an electronic reference tool which provides access to an entry that is created and maintained by a community of users at large. Specifically, the Lexary is an on-line dictionary, thesaurus, style book, and grammar book, wherein users can submit, edit, rate, and challenge definitions of terms, grammar notes (punctuation, syntax, etc.), and style conventions for English or another language.

Universal Advertisement Markup Language (UAML)

Universal Advertisement Markup Language or “UAML” allows an Internet auction, classified ad, or other material for which indexing might be useful, such as poems or songs, to be embedded in any static web page. The resulting “UAML-enabled” web page can be parsed, UAML-tagged data extracted and imported into the fields of a relational database record, and the resulting record searched so that UAML-enabled auctions, ads, and other listings across the entire World Wide Web can be found, ranked, and analyzed with field-by-field precision.