Facial Metallic Transmission Opportunities

Can A Mask Of Light Hide The Darkness Inside?

I’ve always been intrigued with people who have a nose stud and one implanted centrally and prominently in their tongue. On seeing these facial adornments, I have typically asked the question why, and have politely probed the wearer for their rational. The response has been varied, but I now fully appreciate the vast array of perceived benefits from their perspective.

However, this got me thinking of another potential and innovative opportunity.

Why not utilise this metallic facial installation to provide improved frequency receptivity for radio and mobile phone signals? A non intrusive and well camouflaged earpiece could then be used to complement this aerial enhancing “bodily stud” network? Now just think of the additional signal enhancement if a belly button stud or other body region was also included into the receptivity network!

The only question that now springs to mind is the danger of heat. Should there be too much signal transmission occurring, could the bodily stud become too hot for the wearer to cope with during times of peak usage? Maybe the stud could turn a red colour when a certain temperature was reached thereby warning the wearer of the potential impending danger?

Just a thought, but something to think about next time you meet someone with a facial stud. I’m sure that this topic would be an ideal conversation starter!!

The Corporate DJ

Vintage Radio

Each city in the world has a variety of radio stations blurting out their own unique brand of sound.

As a listener, we tend to move between these radio stations depending on our mood, interest and other personal needs or community objectives.

The common factor with all these radio stations is communication and the desire to be heard or listened to by an individual.

So why is it that most businesses communicate to their employees using the same repetitive “radio station” which after a while most listeners tune out from, or decide to turn off? Why don’t they mix it up and provide a variety of “radio frequencies” that suit the various listeners in their business?

The solution is the “corporate DJ” who plays a range of different music styles that are constantly changing to meet the needs of all their employees. Each “tune” can have a consistent corporate message, but the tone is different and audibly appealing to the listener.

This sounds good to me!