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Rob Spence aka „Eyeborg“: the man who replaced his eyeball with a camera

Rob Spence aka the „Eyeborg“ is a filmmaker from Toronto, who lost vision in one of his eyes at the age of nine. In 2011 Spence had his right eyeball removed and replaced with a prosthesis with an integrated camera – 26 years after he lost his sight in the said eye in an accident while shooting with a shotgun. 160 more words


Meet filmmaker who had eyeball replaced with a camera

This filmmaker has taken a bold step towards becoming a bionic journalist by replacing his eyeball with a minute camera. Rob Spence lost the use of his eye following a shooting accident when he was nine. 193 more words

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Rutgers football coaches with new duties show different traits while maintaining Scarlet Knights' system

Even though Rutgers head football coach Kyle Flood fired three coaches last Sunday, the scheme is still the same.

“I don’t know that I’ve seen a tremendous difference,” Flood said yesterday post-practice. 655 more words


Toddler Time: Trains!

Trains are awesome, right? So let’s to a train-themed storytime!

Opening Song: My Hands Say Hello

Nursery Rhyme: Baa Baa Black Sheep

Nursery Rhyme: 496 more words


An eye for an eyeborg

Documentary filmmaker Rob Spence lost an eye in a shotgun accident, but he didn’t let that stop him from thinking up new ways to record videos. 42 more words


St Kilda East residents slam new fire levy

Properties in St Kilda East are expected to be hit with an increased rates notice this July.

St Kilda East residents have slammed the new fire services levy which will further increase council rates. 292 more words

Web Site Defacement Considered 'Cyber Threat'

And that is what most digital hacktivists do. But it’s unclear whether White House considers it as crime

‘…So last month’s apparent hacking and defacement of MIT’s website in honor of late internet activist Aaron Swartz could be considered a “cyber threat,” by the White House under this definition, for example. 201 more words