The latest issue of Wired features a story on brain-computer interfaces that allow patients to simply “think” of a message and send it to the world through Twitter. While pundits either love or hate this newest social media craze, you can’t help but wonder at the jaw-dropping possibilities of a real-world application like this. Imagine, unlocking communications and opening up the world for people who can think but can’t move. This is not pie-in-the sky. It’s happening now. Read more at:

http://blog.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/04/braintweet.html#previouspost

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