WiFi-SM (via wondering) sounds good:
I’ve been using WiFi-SM for one month and it’s amazing ! When somebody suffers on earth, not only I know it, but I can also feel a little bit of his/her pain. I don’t feel guilty anymore and I can enjoy life without limitation. I love WiFi-SM ;-)
Here’s the blurb:
WiFi-SM is an Internet connected wireless device that you can fix on any part of your body. It automatically detects the information from approximately 4,500 news sources worldwide updated continuously and analyses them looking for specific keywords such as death, kill, murder, torture, rape, war, virus etc.. Each time the text of the news contains one of these keywords, your WiFi-SM device is activated through the Wi-Fi network and provides you with an electric impulse. This impulse is calibrated so that you can feel a certain amount of pain, but is completely safe.
More here on UNbEhAGEN (“Describe your symptom, we’ll make an art piece out of it”), which also has something to do with an interesting (old) AdWords happening. I have to admit, however, that I’m still a big fan of plain simple old PainStation. Check the Hall-of-Pain gallery on the new version and send them some Easter eggs and/or bandages.
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