Sean Montgomery, Doctor of Nueroscience, is fasinated by biofeedback (the body’s external manifestation of thought, feeling, and status).
Your body is constantly communicating with the outside world. Sean’s “Fashion Devices” take these communication (sweaty palms, heartbeats, and neural impulses) and makes a visual representation of them on hats, t-shirts, and bracelets.
To find out more about these fashion devices you can check out Sean’s website here.
Wrote this post on December 28th, but didn’t have the gall to put it up. Then I saw my blog buddy Josh Hanagarne’s post on goals for 2009 and the success he has had with his list. So I decided, what the hell. Also, I am hoping the added pressure of putting this list in public will give me a little more resolve.
I have not done a lot of new years resolutions in my life because I am pretty ok with where I am and generally don’t like throwing down the gauntlet before a year is even started.
But, there is so much that I want to get done. I think if I write down some goals and orient myself toward that list it may be easier for me to do the things I want in the year that’s coming (already here). Also, with a blog I have a few more witnesses to hold me to it.
- Be less broke (in terms of liquid assets) at the end of the year than at the beginning
- Bench my weight
- Do 12 clean pull-ups
- Bike a century (100 miles)
- 120 posts
- 40 interviews
- New Set (12 – 14 new original songs)
- Play 4+ gigs
- Learn basic piano composition
If you live in Illinois, today is the deadline to register to vote in the primaries.
If you live in Illinois and want to vote but don’t want to go to some horrible bureaucratic hellhole simply print of the form you can get here and send it in today.
Voting in primaries is especially important in states like Illinois and Texas where one party dominates, so if you share my interest in complaining about local politics please register.
That goes for: liberals and conservatives, democrats and republicans, ninjas and pirates.
Also: socialists, libertarians, Unitarians, librarians and septuagenarians.