No Profound Musings today, just a couple of way-cool science toys.
First, from the Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories comes the amazing toast printer -- a computer-controlled heat gun which can make images on bread. Not only is it vastly cool, but I seriously expect to start seeing restaurants using it to decorate sandwiches. Wouldn't you?
Second, if you want to control your toast printer with nothing but the power of your mind, now you can (as reported by Physorg.com). Several small startup tech companies are developing brain wave reading devices to control video games. Now most people might wonder why such a powerful technology, with all kinds of applications is being used for something as seemingly trivial as games. The answer: money. You can make buckets of money selling people things to play with. Or so we've heard. Right now we've only managed to make a few cupfuls.