Yoostar is the Future of Movies

If you haven’t visited Yoostar.com yet, I strongly urge you to head on over there and meet your future maker: Your stardom awaits you!  You see, Yoostar is the future of movie making where you can replace an actor in a scene with your own dang self!  On July 12, 2006, I predicted this would happen in an article titled — Are Actors Necessary: Negotiating Future Dead Rights — and now you can be the future of movies as well as rewriting the history of cinema.  Here’s Snoop Dogg acting in an old Abbot and Costello movie.  Eerie, eh?

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Rhythm as Reading

One of the greatest warming trends technological advancements present to the world is helping the disabled lead a better and more productive life.  Once the disabled have been served, then the average-bodied among us are able to reap the benefits of the advancements in favor of the human condition.  First, we had Bluetooth breadcrumbs for the Blind; now we have a rhythmic touch screen with Braille bumps for the Blind.

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