No really, they say that this bra will tweet every time it is unsnapped and it is done to promote breast cancer awareness. Personally I think that it also needs a GPS installed in it because I want to get it for my daughter to make sure that she is only taking it off while at home.
As a journalist my self, I’ve interviewed hundreds (thousands?) of folks, Over the past couple of years I’ve sort of slipped over to the other side of the creative bench and have begun creating (writing) my own stuff.
A couple of weeks back, while I was attending Ray Felix’s Superhero Comic Con (once again in the Bronx) I was interviewed by Dana Gallagher from The Cinema Couch. here is that interview.
Truthfully, this was a tad odd for me, as I am usually the one doing the interviewing, not being interviewed (as you can probably tell from the clip).
So you go out to a bar to hang with your friends (and, well, drink), but you can’t have a conversation with your friend, because they spend more than half their time on their cell phone. What’s a person to do, well a Brazilian art director named Mauricio Perussi, came up with a crafty solution. It’s called The Offline Glass.
The Salve Jorge Bar, a Brazillian bar, tested the glass out in the wild. Since it’s just a clever marketing stunt, it’s doubtful you’ll see it at your local bar, but that shouldn’t stop us from dreaming of a future where this is the norm: