2016-08-05 (F) Weekly Summary


These last two weeks, like the previous two weeks were pretty exciting. It started with a sleep hacking gathering that I presented. I apologize for the poor quality audio. This event had been planned for since February so almost half a year. When it finally arrived I presented with minimal study but I talked for approximately twenty minutes.

Sleep Hacking Presentation 47:39

One of my most popular posts was the one featured on Hack-a-Day for my Pokéball thrower. Since then I have made a model for a printable version advertising for this blog. The intention is to hand them out while playing Pokémon GO to improve people's game and advertise. Like a valuable business card. This version can withstand sweat and being carried in a pocket.

Model for printable Pokéball thrower

Episode 005 of 2 Cyborgs and a Microphone was recorded and released. The subject was wearables and was a subject Tim and I are both well-versed about but the problem was keeping on subject because we wanted to talk about implantables. In the end a lot of it was edited out to keep the show short and on topic. Now it's worth listening to.

Show page on Twin Cities Plus

I'm the handsome one

Eight of the last fourteen days were spent on writing new material for Charged: DesertIrish. Approximately ten thousand words have been written during that time. This pace is working toward the end of the book but some more things need to happen first.

Check out this page for all the Charged: DesertIrish chapters.


Charged




 

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