|Workbar's New Central Square Digs This Way|
|Urban Landscape Viewed From Workbar 5th Floor|
The products on display were a nice mix of techie, foodie, and other cool stuff. My absolute favorite was the Bradley tactile timepiece from eone. Not only do you see what time it is, but you also feel what time it is. This is a great example of universal design. Sure it's a watch for blind people, but it is also appealing to sighted people and it doesn't make the blind wearer look clunky and unstylish. When I told my partner, who is blind, about it, she was very excited. Feeling where the ball bearing is works way better than talking watches.
|Demoing the Bradley Watch|
|Presenting the Bradley Watch|
|Eric Checking Out Amber Blue Skin Care Products|
|The Proof Copy Hot Off The Press!|
|Guys Named Jeremy|
Another hit presentation was the folks from Endorfyn. Endorfyn finds what's new from all your favorite artists: music, movies, TV shows, videos, books, and what have you, and lets you know when they're available to buy, rent, or stream on whatever platform. No more wondering when Brenda Wineapple's latest book is available on Audible or Rodrigo y Gabriela's latest music is on iTunes. Endorfyn will let me know as soon as it happens. Also, the Endorfyn team had matching T-shirts, so they win Best Costume of #MIN54.
|And They Had Boba Tea Too!|
|Chef Nookie's Tweet Got Him Invited To Pitch His Kickstarter Campaign|
For the traditional "Expert Looking Expert" photo, we have MIN regular Nate Therrien looking especially expert as he is wearing a tie.
|Expert Looking Expert|