via CHICAGO (CBS) — While out on an unrelated assignment, CBS 2 investigative reporter Dave Savini decided to stop by a South Side Subway sandwich shop for a meal. Savini was struck by the fact that the counter of the store at 116th Street and South Halsted was encased in bullet-proof glass. Such a sight would be common at crime magnets like gas stations or currency exchanges, but a Subway? Continue reading
While everyone may not agree Adidas’s tweeting shoe is pushing the social networking to be even more fashionable. Adidas is calling it the “future of athlete connectivity” as they prepare for the 2016 Olympics.
This tweet was causing a stink so Game’s people had to put out the fire with an apology.
Source: Dynasty Series
Update: While over at SUN, I found these addition pics and videos of her dressed sinfully as Santa Claus. This girl obviously has no inhibitions. Still trying to figure out the water bottle but if she likes it who am I to complain.
Source: Summer Walker
Found this is in Twitterland and I think this girl may have some issues she needs to deal with pronto.
MADISON, Wis. – The microblogging site Twitter has been described as the Web’s stream of consciousness .
In early April, a biomedical engineering doctoral student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison made strides in making it even more so: by posting updates just by thinking about it.
The Wisconsin Technology Network News reports that Adam Wilson has updated his tweets by using his brain.
Wilson’s interface for turning thoughts into tweets involves a keyboard displayed on a screen, with each letter flashing individually in sequence. When the letter a subject is looking at flashes, the brain registers a change in what it was paying attention to, which causes a change in the brain’s electrical signals.
Wilson compared the process to sending a text message on a cell phone without a keyboard. “You have to press a button four times to get the character you want, so this is kind of a slow process at first.” Continue reading