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freaky
futurescope:

Nokia seeks patent for tattoos to tell you who’s calling

I love tattoos and I love my cellphone, but I’m not sure how I feel about the two of them being combined. That’s exactly what Nokia is seeking to do with its new patent application — to create a ferromagnetic ink that when placed on your skin would communicate with your phone.
The idea is that a demagnetized ink would be imprinted on your skin and then re-magnetized. At that point it would be receptive to magnetic changes or signals sent from your phone and cause a “stimulus” to your skin.
In other words, your arm (or other body part) would vibrate to let you know you had a call.
There are some obvious upsides to this potential new technology. You could get calls in meetings or school or what-have-you without anyone noticing. And theoretically you could assign a different magnetic signal and resulting stimulus for individual callers if you are a compulsive screener. (As I write this, I am becoming more interested in how this would work.)
It should be pointed out the special ink may simply be “applied” to the skin much like you would apply a temporary or henna tattoo. The patent isn’t specific as to whether it has to be permanent or not, so maybe it isn’t as hardcore as it first sounds.

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freaky

futurescope:

Nokia seeks patent for tattoos to tell you who’s calling

I love tattoos and I love my cellphone, but I’m not sure how I feel about the two of them being combined. That’s exactly what Nokia is seeking to do with its new patent application — to create a ferromagnetic ink that when placed on your skin would communicate with your phone.

The idea is that a demagnetized ink would be imprinted on your skin and then re-magnetized. At that point it would be receptive to magnetic changes or signals sent from your phone and cause a “stimulus” to your skin.

In other words, your arm (or other body part) would vibrate to let you know you had a call.

There are some obvious upsides to this potential new technology. You could get calls in meetings or school or what-have-you without anyone noticing. And theoretically you could assign a different magnetic signal and resulting stimulus for individual callers if you are a compulsive screener. (As I write this, I am becoming more interested in how this would work.)

It should be pointed out the special ink may simply be “applied” to the skin much like you would apply a temporary or henna tattoo. The patent isn’t specific as to whether it has to be permanent or not, so maybe it isn’t as hardcore as it first sounds.

[via]

(via futurescope)

Corporate profits are up but the money isn’t flowing to American workers. The ratio of profits to wages is the highest on record – since the government began keeping track in 1947. Not only has the median wage continued to drop, adjusted for inflation, but a far smaller share of working-age Americans is now employed (58.6 percent) than was employed five years ago (63.3 percent). Today’s employment-to-population ratio isn’t much higher than it was at its lowest point last summer, when it dropped to 58.2 percent.

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corn ice cream!

corn ice cream!

oldie but a goodie! 2009 throwback. #electricfeel

un poquito de sabor… check them out bomba estereo

late monday night work chill

freaky
futurescope:

Nokia seeks patent for tattoos to tell you who’s calling

I love tattoos and I love my cellphone, but I’m not sure how I feel about the two of them being combined. That’s exactly what Nokia is seeking to do with its new patent application — to create a ferromagnetic ink that when placed on your skin would communicate with your phone.
The idea is that a demagnetized ink would be imprinted on your skin and then re-magnetized. At that point it would be receptive to magnetic changes or signals sent from your phone and cause a “stimulus” to your skin.
In other words, your arm (or other body part) would vibrate to let you know you had a call.
There are some obvious upsides to this potential new technology. You could get calls in meetings or school or what-have-you without anyone noticing. And theoretically you could assign a different magnetic signal and resulting stimulus for individual callers if you are a compulsive screener. (As I write this, I am becoming more interested in how this would work.)
It should be pointed out the special ink may simply be “applied” to the skin much like you would apply a temporary or henna tattoo. The patent isn’t specific as to whether it has to be permanent or not, so maybe it isn’t as hardcore as it first sounds.

[via]

freaky

futurescope:

Nokia seeks patent for tattoos to tell you who’s calling

I love tattoos and I love my cellphone, but I’m not sure how I feel about the two of them being combined. That’s exactly what Nokia is seeking to do with its new patent application — to create a ferromagnetic ink that when placed on your skin would communicate with your phone.

The idea is that a demagnetized ink would be imprinted on your skin and then re-magnetized. At that point it would be receptive to magnetic changes or signals sent from your phone and cause a “stimulus” to your skin.

In other words, your arm (or other body part) would vibrate to let you know you had a call.

There are some obvious upsides to this potential new technology. You could get calls in meetings or school or what-have-you without anyone noticing. And theoretically you could assign a different magnetic signal and resulting stimulus for individual callers if you are a compulsive screener. (As I write this, I am becoming more interested in how this would work.)

It should be pointed out the special ink may simply be “applied” to the skin much like you would apply a temporary or henna tattoo. The patent isn’t specific as to whether it has to be permanent or not, so maybe it isn’t as hardcore as it first sounds.

[via]

(via futurescope)

Corporate profits are up but the money isn’t flowing to American workers. The ratio of profits to wages is the highest on record – since the government began keeping track in 1947. Not only has the median wage continued to drop, adjusted for inflation, but a far smaller share of working-age Americans is now employed (58.6 percent) than was employed five years ago (63.3 percent). Today’s employment-to-population ratio isn’t much higher than it was at its lowest point last summer, when it dropped to 58.2 percent.

hitting up classics at the office today! nina simone we feeling good

morning groove. the amazing billy holiday, remixed & re imagined

corn ice cream!

corn ice cream!

oldie but a goodie! 2009 throwback. #electricfeel

"Corporate profits are up but the money isn’t flowing to American workers. The ratio of profits to wages is the highest on record – since the government began keeping track in 1947. Not only has the median wage continued to drop, adjusted for inflation, but a far smaller share of working-age Americans is now employed (58.6 percent) than was employed five years ago (63.3 percent). Today’s employment-to-population ratio isn’t much higher than it was at its lowest point last summer, when it dropped to 58.2 percent."

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