Tech Tuesday 04/22/19 – “It’s warm enough to swim in my pool!” Edition
Yes, I am feeling snarky today, why do you ask?
TT01 – I can see this being the genesis for a kind of headgear we all start wearing as we get older, maybe for a half hour at night. Provided we remember where we put it…
TT02 – Speaking of brains, rumor has it, shortly after this news broke, GOP strategists were contacting the Yale scientists, wondering if the pig would be willing to run for office, muttering something about how it’s been working for them in recent elections…
TT03 – I kinda want a laser tattoo. It’ll just be three little words… pew, pew, pew
TT04 – “The human body itself is a large computer. Its metabolism has drawn on the computing power of trillions of cells since time immemorial.” And like most of the computers we have, it’s largely used for porn…
TT05 – As I work on my WIG design, hybrid power is the path I am planning on taking.
TT06 – Solar panels that can work in the snow! A dream come true!
TT07 – Now you can have a new heart printed for you, just like that. Granted, it doesn’t actually pump blood yet, but at least now you know what to get that heartless bastard in your life.
TT08 – And just in case they aren’t wholly appreciative, you can go for the cold-hearted option.
TT09 – Laying off the snark for a moment, this is good news for MS sufferers. Hopefully it goes somewhere.
TT10 – Finally, Kia has produced an automobile that has me take notice. I gotta a thing for doors that open in non-traditional ways, especially butterfly, gull wing, and scissor. The Kia is using a variant of the swan style. I blame Back To The Future and other such shows from the 80’s…
TT11 – Doesn’t say how much compression is needed, so I wonder if I can just make the kid jump up and down on it for a few hours, to keep the house cool?
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