Monthly Archives: March 2009
my idea is this:
it would be pretty much like an iPhone and in it you would store pictures of what you have in your closet (clothing, accessories etc..) and then when you go into a store for every different general item of clothing there would be like a tag you scan (using RFID tags) and it would then show up on a model on the screen and you would then "apply" whatever was in your closet to see if it matches, you could also get the program to match stuff based on colour or style. there would also be the option to input your measurments so it could automatically tell you which size to grab (as they vary from store to store). also there would be another option to turn on an application that would (once you walked into the store) give you recommendations based on what would flatter your figure or based on your previous purchases/what you looked at.
anyone whe can figure out how to make this real i say run with it.
add to the boycott: McD’s. i went there yesterday, jonseing for my season hit. the cadbury creme egg McFlurry. so good, so very very good. and i was shocked to find out that *gasp* it has been discontinued.
why isn’t anything open early? in this spare time i could’ve gone to see a movie, gone to the mall, or gone to a travel agency to get pictures for an assignment i shouldn’t even be starting work on til i get all the details. speaking of which: i did end up going to another closer travel agency only to find out it has gone out of business!
in conclusion: i got out of bed at 6:30am, before the sun was even up (keeping in mind i am so not a morning person) to go to class for 5 minutes and not find out anything concrete about the next assignment that i could’ve started work on… in the 3 hours of spare time i had.
and now: i have no TV to watch, nothing to work on, and nothing to do. and this continues til at least next week. cherry on top? March Madness is taking away my one main source of entertainment: Brent and the TV we watch together.
last time a blog came to be of such boredom, what will it be this time?