[Article in German] And as soon as one believes that one has seen it all – screetch, something new comes up that is so unbelievably good. Because since a while, I do not visit real clothes or shoe shops so often any more. Every now and then maybe, but much rather, I order stuff on-line. […]
[Article in English] Und hat man gedacht man haette schon fast alles gesehen, was sich so tun koennte – platsch, kommt was ganz neues daher, das unglaublich gut ist. Ich gehe ja schon eine Weile nicht mehr ganz so oft in echte Kleiderlaeden, sondern bestelle die Sachen gerne meist im Internet. Man fuehlt sich mit […]
So, according to the Skype video, Sarah and Paige have been best friends since they were 8 years old and have shared everything over Skype. But the crazy part is they’ve never met in person. Until now.
Dass Behinderte in den Medien sehr oft ausgegrenzt werden, dass über sie (statt von ihnen) geschrieben wird, ist bekannter Behindertenalltag, der gern abgestritten wird. Nun kommt es aber im deutschen Radio, und die würden es nicht bringen wenn es nicht stimmen täte.
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The previously announced abandonment of any mechanical and body powered type of prosthetic arms and hands by major manufacturers has now found new suppliers. It appears that on the planet that real workers live on (not the chee chee froo froo world where carbon yacht fan Max Näder reams insurances with Michelangelo “”bionic”” hands) amputees […]
Sarah Herron, the “girl with one arm”, one of the competitors, candidates or bachelorettes in the The Bachelor series where a guy – here, he is called Sean – gets to meet a few dozen women and pick one “to spend the rest of his life with”, is a below elbow amputee. So I found […]
Sheila Niremberg, PhD, is a researcher at Cornell University and she runs the Niremberg Lab. There, she generally appears to chase the question “How do networks of neurons process information?”. Recently it appears they developed an encoder and transducer unit that allows to replace the eye up to the optical nerve. This, and the way […]