While surfing the net, I've come up with this genius idea. If there's no mirror, then create one using available technologies at home, forming a sort of digital mirror for your self. Get a camcorder, connect it to a pc (and a monitor) for a bigger viewing experience and do the stuff you ought to do like shaving or make up.
The only tiny little problems with this invention are: A- Mirroring technology is not functioning properly. While you're shaving your left cheek, you see your right cheek. It's totally troublesome. The image needs to be horizontally mirrored in real time. B- Where the hell is water if you are not using a shaver machine?
If you're confused with anti virus stuff out there for your online security, then you haven't seen this car yet. Relax and pay attention to the back windows stickker and plate of the car. This picture was taken by a friend of mine while he was in between a heavy traffic and I'm authorised to use it. Thanks buddy :)
MIT Senseable City Lab have developed a stunning wheel which can operate itself if you use your brakes while riding. Having almost the same concept with hybrid cars out there, this wheel can store energy into its battery operated motor inside when braking power is about to applied. Commercial products need to be matured a little bit; let's say a couple of years? Who knows...
- Aerocrackophobia: Fear of wifi hack. Ever heard of Aircrack? Well you should go check it and reconsider how safe it is to prefer WEP on your wireless networks.
- Gigaphobia: Fear of exceeding download limit (via 3G? so likely)