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I think Motorola has it backwards on this one. Since even the "Vibrate" setting on a phone can be distracting (and let’s not even get into custom ring-tones here), Moto patented a wearable stimulation pad that provides an adjustable electric current when a call comes in. […]

Motorola_stim_pad I think Motorola has it backwards on this one. Since even the "Vibrate" setting on a phone can be distracting (and let’s not even get into custom ring-tones here), Moto patented a wearable stimulation pad that provides an adjustable electric current when a call comes in. Aside from the fact that I have no intention of plastering a pad on my body, shouldn’t we instead be sending electric shocks to those darn telemarketers that forget about the "Do Not Call" list? Who’s with me?!? Somebody wake me up when my RSS feed info can be fed from the phone, through the pad and right to my brain. ;)

  1. I’m with you, Jamees, er… Kevin….er… nevermind.

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