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Title:Amal Graafstra - Technologist, Author & Double RFID Implantee

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Amal Graafstra - Technologist, Author & Double RFID Implantee Follow Amal About Amal - RFID Toys - Photos - Videos - Contact Search: Dangerous Things Custom gadgetry for the discerning hacker The Store is now open! Check out the gadgetry ? Like what you're reading? Share It. I'm constantly amazed by the power a good idea has over people, the inspiration it creates, and the satisfaction of seeing it come to life... as difficult and rare as that might be. Common antibiotics attack cancer stem cells February 10th, 2015 I read an interesting thing today. After doing some initial research, the team decided to investigate a class of antibiotics that stop cells from making mitochondria – the organelle that provides energy to the cell – as a side effect. Cancer stem cells, which trigger tumours and keep them alive as they spread throughout […] Posted in Life in general | No Comments ? The NRC initiates a review of radioactive wristbands February 12th, 2014 I received an email from the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission today that states they are “reviewing the information you provided to determine what NRC follow-up activities will be conducted”. They will update me with the results of their review and let me know if they intend to follow-up or let the case drop. I will […] Tags: health, technology Posted in Life in general, Personal Health | No Comments ? Radioactive wristbands January 4th, 2014 I have been consulting for a company involved in the alternative health “negative ion bracelet” business. I’ve also been working with them to produce a silicone bracelet for my own company (ironically called Dangerous Things) that has an RFID tag embedded inside. I chose to work with this company because I liked their style of […] Tags: health Posted in Personal Health | 6 Comments ? The xNT fully NFC compliant RFID implant indiegogo campaign is live! October 29th, 2013 Cyborgs unite! Tags: implant, rfid, technology Posted in Adventures in RFID | 6 Comments ? The best wireless headset I’ve ever owned October 17th, 2013 I’ve dicked around for years trying various wireless headsets for my computer, and it’s never ever been a good reliable experience. Ever. I gave up on the whole idea of a happy wireless headset experience, until someone cleaning out their office just gave me their old headset. It sat in a pile of junk for […] Posted in Reviews | No Comments ? TEDxSFU talk about Biohacking finally online! October 17th, 2013 I gave a talk on biohacking at TEDxSFU a few weeks ago and it’s finally online! For those of you who would like to follow along with the slides, the PowerPoint presentation file can be downloaded here. Posted in Adventures in RFID | No Comments ? Pay as you go cell service that’s cheaper than your “plan” August 31st, 2013 This whole thing started because I’m in a situation where my spouse doesn’t want a cell phone. She uses Google Voice to text with myself and her friends, but this only works when she’s at home on her laptop, not sitting in the car on the side of the road or standing in an empty […] Posted in Life in general, Reviews | No Comments ? Northside Coldcreek boots are amazing June 6th, 2013 Spring and summer usually means yard work and drudgery, and this year was no different. I went to my garden shed to get my trusty rubber boots and found that one of them (just one) had cracked to pieces. I thought it was odd that one would appear to kind of, well, “dry out” and […] Posted in Life in general, Reviews | No Comments ? Review of Montie Gear 13.56MHz field detector May 17th, 2013 I had a chance to review the 13.56MHz RFID field detector from Montie Gear and I have to say, I like this detector. It’s very thin, somewhat flexible, and is the size of a credit card so it fits in my wallet. Tags: hardware, review, rfid, technology Posted in Adventures in RFID, Reviews | No Comments ? RFID poem April 19th, 2013 I did a poem! the ignorant chatter of ill informed crash upon me as waves on a rocky shore I am become sand Haiku version! ignorant chatter waves upon a rocky shore I am become sand Posted in Adventures in RFID | No Comments ? ? Older Entries Categories Adventures in RFID Conveyance Life in general Personal Health Projects = Fun! 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