“Get Inked or Get Dead”
Just read this article on INHABITAT, about a new MIT “invention” that uses nanoparticle-laced ink to create a constant blood-glucose monitor.
“Diabetes is an enormous problem, global in scope, and despite decades of engineering advances, our ability to accurately measure glucose in the human body still remains quite primitive,” says Strano, the Charles and Hilda Roddey Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering. “It is a life-and-death issue for a growing number of people.”
I imagine that if it was me, I’d get a number line tattoo on my forearm, sorta like when you’re in Algebra class.
Or maybe a barcode that I could scan and it would recommend what I need to eat to correct my sugar levels.
not sure if this is sacriledge or awesome integration. you decide
That’s why I found this picture and scheduled it for a totally random day in the future*.
*future being a relative term as this is no longer “the future” to you, it is most likely “the present” and very soon “the past” and hopefully someday the “remember that one time when Ryan posted something REALLY funny” and hopefull never (::fingers crossed::) the “that’s the last time I read this shit”. Either way, I found this pic on 1/4/10.
** the date wasn’t really random. I decided to pick a day that added up to 42.
The pen drawing is really pen drawing, the only tattoo is the polaroid outline. Good job making a flexible tattoo. I might have to get something like this.
real cross-word puzzles are symetrical across a diagonal axis, if not across both axis.
This could be a deal breaker.
I mean…. not a walk-out-of-the-room deal breaker.
But probably, I’m only going to call you when I feel like I’m missing a “bat-shit crazy chick” in my life.