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This short article in the Scotsman says it’s good to scream… – “WORK-RELATED stress can be cut by up to a quarter by letting out a loud scream, according to new research revealed today…Many of those questioned said they were too inhibited to scream.”Link.

When I travel, I really want to scream, a lot – but it’s not really good to do so in public, and it would cause more delays so – perhaps it’s time to mass produce the “scream body”…

  • ScreamBody is the first of the series of Wearable Body Organs. ScreamBody is a portable space for screaming. When a user needs to scream but is in anynumber of situations where it is just not permitted, ScreamBody silences the user’s screams so they may feel free to vocalize without fear of environmental retaliation, and at the same time records the scream for later release where, when, and how the user chooses.”Link.
  • How to make (almost) anything – Link.
  • Maker of the day – Kelly Dobson, Voice-activated blenders – Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.



  1. isnoop says:

    That one is going into one of those “Wacky inventions of the Early 21st Century” books to be published in 100 years or so.

  2. Mattyfu says:

    It needs a heads up display…so that you can have competitive screaming against say your boss…and whoever is louder wins the arguement.

  3. bigtimes says:

    Cuts it by up to a quarter, huh?

    What is the measurement unit for stress? How do I convert one stress unit to some other unit?

  4. RTourn says:

    If I had seen this image with out any explanation I would thought it was a new kind of exercise, or perhaps porn.

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