The near future of implantable technology
Jennifer French is the 2012 Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, a silver medalist in sailing, and a quadriplegic. She is the first woman to receive the implanted Stand and Transfer system, an experimental device that uses implanted electrodes and an external control device. French injured her spinal cord when snowboarding in 1998, but has since become an advocate for access to neurotechnological therapies, devices, and treatments. She is a co-founder and executive director of Neurotech Network, a non-profit organization focused on education and advocacy. French told her story in her book, On My Feet Again: My Journey Out of the Wheelchair Using Neurotechnology.
if you like japanese history you should watch Nobunaga concerto
its really good once you get used to the art style and the characters and development feel really natural even tho they have to skip around a bit timewise
In honor of national dog day, here’s a vid of my sister’s dog Buddy struggling to get inside. Hahahaha.
buddy does not know
im so fucking annoyed with my laptop atm
cant even fucking draw because my pen stops working the moment I open sai and even if i get it to work i have to close sai to get pressure to work and that just starts the problem all over again
y u no let me paint my demon girl?# derpart,
tbh id totally be up for being a pole dancer/stripper and work my ass off for money
i see nothing wrong with it
you know, if I had the skills and lack of social anxiety