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The agony of walking with dripping hands from a sink to a hand dryer or towel dispenser might seem like the ultimate first world problem – but the British inventor Sir James Dyson thinks it needs fixing.
Submitted from United Kingdom on 06/02/2013 10:00:00
an area in the countryside where there are both housing developments and farms, and many people travel to work in nearby cities