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Five Ways We Might Be Listening To Music In the Future

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iBody A soft gel insert, equipped with a iMotor, propels to your kidney and attaches itself to adrenal gland. The device feeds off your adrenaline and will activate when you get "pumped up." iBody will select a song, and broadcast it at 30 DB. *Recommended insertion point is the anus. **iBody must be preloaded with songs before insertion.

MeDish** A self-launched, personal satellite that allows you to broadcast* your own expert music opinion and song choice in a 100-mile radius. *MeDish receivers will take up to one year to locate MeDish satellite in orbit. **MeDish contains Uranium Warning: MeDish is not responsible for destruction of satellite due to space debris or asteroids.

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