The Sun says a woman from Melbourne, Australia recently gave birth in a McDonald’s parking lot before ordering a Quarter Pounder to celebrate. The woman’s husband ran into the restaurant and screamed that his wife just delivered a baby and that she wanted a burger…NOW!
Reports are swirling that Amazon is working on a “health and wellness product” that will read the emotions of people. The wearable gadget will work with a smartphone app and figure out the emotional state of someone based on the sound of his or her voice. Supposedly, this thing will be able to determine such emotions as joy, anger, sorrow, sadness, fear, disgust, boredom and stress — among many others. And, the idea is to help the wearer interact more effectively with others, based on how others are feeling. (Bloomberg)
Lily Mika, 26 years old, was in Scotland taking pictures for a book she is hoping to publish. She unfortunately, lost the camera, and the search for this camera has reached a fever pitch. There is a reason for this. Lily says, “I’m taking artistic topless pictures in the most beautiful places that I visit. My goal is to publish a book with these pictures to empower women, encourage them to become more free and confident and to do what they want.” I think one unsuspecting resident of Skye, Scotland, is probably getting quite an eyeful right now.