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Thursday, September 5, 2002
Smart clothing expected to take off. Innovations, such as weaving circuitry into clothing, could help turn wearable computing into a $1.3 billion annual market, according to a new report. [CNET]

You know you're in the great downstream when, after calling up the complete text of the epic of Gilgamesh, you get a right-brain image of hard bodies on a beach -- if you're straight, those bods will be opposite sex; if you're gay, same sex -- along with an airfare. [Harvey Blume]

Teledildonics - hands-on sex with a distant partner, via the internet. The user will wear virtual reality goggles and tight suits - lined with electronic sensors and devices to stimulate the skin. Reach out to touch your lady friend and the signal is picked up by the sensors in your suit, and transmitted down a high-speed datalink to your partner's suit where it activates the stimulators needed to recreate the sensation on her skin. Sensors on her suit then send a reaction back to your fingertips.[Paul Parsons]

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