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6:50 PM, Nov 13, 2012   |    comments
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CLEVELAND -- Danny Sheridan is a junior at Beachwood High School and he would like to light up your life -- or at least your home.

He works for Mr. Beams, of Solon, and their bright idea is easy-to-install lighting.

"They're motion sensored, they're battery powered and they're LED, so that means for you that they're intelligent." he said.

"You can set these up without a contractor, without an electrician and you can set up not in 30 days but five minutes. You can put the lights anywhere, from your sidewalk to the garage to under kitchen cabinets, and they turn on when you walk by."

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Got bad seats for the Cavs game?  Donna Lee and her company, Mascot Secret, developed an app where you can upgrade your seats at the arena. Goodbye, nosebleeds. Hello, front row.

"Just go on your smartphone and purchase an upgrade," she said. "You'll be sent a ticket on your phone instantly. Just show the usher and you can move down to the better seats."

And since it's almost the end of the story, we might as well talk about the end.

Mike Belsito's idea for eFuneral came after a death in the family.

eFuneral allows families to compare funeral homes, see reviews from other families, and even save money.

"The average funeral in Northeast Ohio is over $8,000," Belsito said. "and the difference can be in the thousands. We figure for that important of a decision, you should have at least information you're using."


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