Emerging Threats

To humans—

An identified emerging threat to mankind (in the United States at least) is the smallest bacteria, Mycoplasma genitalium. It is sexually transmitted.

According to the University of Texas Medical Branch‘s (UTMB) Medical Discovery News, infection rate is up to 4% among young adults.

To humans’ pockets—

Chilly Saturday mornings such as today makes for a better appreciation of a warm cup of coffee and  re-swooning over the beautiful new machine from Steve Jobs’ garage of translated technology. I have read the bashing, it doesn’t matter.

It still passes as a looming (and welcome?) threat to everyone’s pockets.

If only all threats have benefits…


~ by Karina Descartin on 30 January 2010.

2 Responses to “Emerging Threats”

  1. I couldn’t agree with your post anymore…my daily cup of coffee wouldn’t be the same without my iPhone in hand. I get more done on my iPhone in 10 minutes before getting to the office than I did the first hour of work without it. It’s amazing how Steve was able to envision so much technology that we’ve (the whole world) embraced into our lives. He didn’t worry about making things that we already had better, he made new things that we never could’ve imagined were possible. My respect for Steve Job is the deepest possible, and I can only hope that Apple will continue to live up to his standards.

    Please visit http://www.stevejobsgarage.wordpress.com and post a comment. Anything you like, just one simple line or a few paragraphs. I want the world to have a place to go and collectively do what Steve di in his Garage-talk,share ideas, and bring ideas to action. The only things asked is that you don’t act like a BOZO:)

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