People are finding new uses for robotics all the time. Some I like, and some I don’t, but this one, I love!
There’s a good reason why I don’t donate to most charities. I don’t approve of how they spend some, if not a good portion, of they money they receive for donations. Exorbitant salaries, luxurious overhead and trips, celebration parties among other parties, etc. You might call me judgmental for it, and I’d come back at you with You’re damn right, I am! And count yourself lucky if I don’t throw some expletives at you to adequately describe how I feel.
Happy New Year, everyone! Here’s something innovative that’s really easy to try for 2019 that might give you a little momentum to do some other things you want.
Get yourself a sketchbook that has only blank pages and substitute it for your notebook at work, school, or wherever you take notes.
Let’s get one thing clear right away, I am no fan of Twitter. It has a lot of usefulness, yes, but I don’t think the garbage on it is worth the usefulness in a net benefit kind of way. However, I recently saw two uses for it related to my work which I decided to capitalize upon, without engaging in the rest. I consider it anti-social media, if you will… using social media in a public, but non-engaging way.
I recently came up with this idea for a Canada150 Innovation project. It’s a tie that you put on like a necklace, forever after, after tying your favourite tie in your favourite knot, as best as you can, for posterity!
Here’s what you do!