The Color Run that took place August 5 2012 in Grand Rapids, MI. The day was met with beautiful weather, exercise, happiness, and a whole lot of color.
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
Jabber Log would like to send a shout out to all the mom’s in the world. We love you very much and thank you for taking all that we give you. No doubt you have all been puked on, pooped on, and simply babied us when you deserved it more than we did. You put others before yourself and you don’t always get all the credit but that is what makes you the best. Speaking as myself now and not just an entity, I would like to wish a Happy Mother’s Day to my Mom Gloria, my Grandmother’s Manuela and Consuelo, and my Mother in Law Teri.
To the ladies pictured here; you are the greatest and speaking for myself, Ryan, and Chad, we love you very much and you are going to be great mom’s. All three of you are glowing and we dig that! In a few months when you are doing the hard work you can have a sigh of relief knowing that we are there to back you up…and possibly passing out or running around freaking out because we don’t know what to do to make the pain any easier. Cheers!Post Views: 205
By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Good morning fellow Jabber Loggers! Welcome to another edition of Tech Thursday! Today we look at an invention that was brought to the big screen in Back to the Future. The invention was crazy and unbelievable! No, I’m not talking about Doc’s time machine, I’m talking about his mind reading helmet. His invention involved the use of a helmet that was attached to some sort of computer like contraption and it had a cord with a suction cup that would stick to a subjects forehead. The suction cup would send whatever thoughts the subject was thinking to Doc’s helmet thus allowing him to read that persons mind. His invention did not work as we all saw in the movie, which is good because what he did invent was time travel.
The idea of a mind reader has not gone away though. In fact, someone has invented a similar mind reading device called the “iBrain.” The device consists of a headband that reads your brainwaves. According to Mashable, iBrain was invested by a team at NeroVigil. The company, based in San Diego, is led by neuroscientist Dr. Phillip Low. There have been break-through’s with this device and the team also has physicist Stephen Hawking onboard for testing. There is a long way to go before the device is perfected but rest assure that the team behind iBrain is doing everything they can to bring this to the public and help those with disabilities such has Hawking.
So what do you think? It sounds like a crazy idea but if it works and it can help the disabled I say bring it on! Back to the Future may have made Doc look like somewhat of a nutbag but maybe he was really onto something. Maybe someone is working on a DeLorean time machine too? Maybe not but we can only hope right? Make sure to check out the whole article on Mashable.com and the video below for a rundown on the iBrain. Cheers!
Source: Mashable – iBrain Headband Can Read Your ThoughtsPost Views: 137