Unborn Babies Use Twitter!

Fetus twitter usage
Fetus twitter usage

Sound crazy? Read this picture. If you are pregnant you can start a twitter account for your baby and he/she can start creating followers and making friends before there are even born. Can you guess where my mind is going with this?  No, no, no!  Connect that twitter account to an online business of some sort and have that fetus generating traffic to their own money making website so they can pay for their own birth. I know what you’re thinking, it sounds unrealistic. It may be a stretch but we both know if you can actually pull this off, the media publicity of your child being the first to pay for its own birth, would also probably generate enough income to pay for their college as well. I’m actually a little disappointed my wonderful wife in not expecting. I would definitely give that a try.

Enjoy.

Smartfish pro reveals the motion keyboard.

motorized keyboard
motorized keyboard

We are all aware of the so called ergonomic keyboards. They are a little better than the original keyboard, but there has been continued resistance against them. The increasing diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome has encouraged some absurd prototypes to be birthed. Take it from any computer geek, the physical strain on the wrists, back and eyes plagues even the toughest of bloggers.

However, if you are searching for relief and would like to get your hands on a keyboard that looks like it belongs at your fingertips in front of your computer, look into the motion keyboard from Smartfish pro. Some so called ergonomic keyboards are goofy or ridiculous, but not the Smartfish pro. Although from all appearances it looks like another standard keyboard with a curve, it’s a lot more than that. The motion keyboard adjusts periodically throughout the day using stealth like motors. Because the motorized keys move to reshape the keyboard, it eliminates the repetitive motions performed by your hands. With hardware that self-adjusts to your needs, you won’t be concerned with the stress injuries. Look for this device by summer priced at about $150.