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Richard
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      03-01-2005
So while I'm in my bed drifting off to sleep, I am entertained by having
firefox on my brain.
I clicked on a link to show an image and the page never loaded. I wonder
why?
I tried closing out the tab and no luck.
Each time I opened my eyes I got a new tab with yet another loading that
would never load.

So I was wondering, with all the modern technology we have available, is
there anyway I can connect my brain through a router to my machine so I can
connect online and surf myself to sleep?



 
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      03-01-2005
On Tue, 1 Mar 2005 10:05:49 -0600, "Richard" <Anonymous@127.001> wrote:

|> So while I'm in my bed drifting off to sleep, I am entertained by having
|> firefox on my brain.
|> I clicked on a link to show an image and the page never loaded. I wonder
|> why?
|> I tried closing out the tab and no luck.
|> Each time I opened my eyes I got a new tab with yet another loading that
|> would never load.
|>
|> So I was wondering, with all the modern technology we have available, is
|> there anyway I can connect my brain through a router to my machine so I can
|> connect online and surf myself to sleep?

Total control of a computer through eye movement:
http://tinyurl.com/vzek

Only problem here is once you fell asleep, who knows where REM will take
you



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      03-01-2005
Richard wrote:
> So while I'm in my bed drifting off to sleep, I am entertained by having
> firefox on my brain.
> I clicked on a link to show an image and the page never loaded. I wonder
> why?
> I tried closing out the tab and no luck.
> Each time I opened my eyes I got a new tab with yet another loading that
> would never load.
>
> So I was wondering, with all the modern technology we have available, is
> there anyway I can connect my brain through a router to my machine so I can
> connect online and surf myself to sleep?
>
>
>

Early signs of depression, check your email and get away from the
computer. It will be there and work just as well as always even if
left alone for a few days.

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BuffNET Tech Support - MichaelJ
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      03-03-2005
Richard wrote:

> So while I'm in my bed drifting off to sleep, I am entertained by
> having firefox on my brain.
> I clicked on a link to show an image and the page never loaded. I
> wonder why?
> I tried closing out the tab and no luck.
> Each time I opened my eyes I got a new tab with yet another loading
> that would never load.
> So I was wondering, with all the modern technology we have available,
> is there anyway I can connect my brain through a router to my machine
> so I can connect online and surf myself to sleep?


Yes.. but the allergic reactions are not very pleasant.

By the way - did you ever see the movie, 'Scanners'?
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0081455/

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