Wednesday, 06 March 2013 18:37

The Soccket: A Real Life Ball of Energy


There's never been a better reason to exercise, at least for a few minutes a day. I'm not saying that to make you feel bad about yourself or your extreme commitment to staying inside and looking at stuff on the internet. In fact, that's what I call the good life. I'm telling you this because the Soccket, currently in its Kickstarter phase, is a soccer ball that "harnesses the kinetic energy of movement by turning a generator connected to a rechargeable battery." Currently, the Soccket is being distributed amongst resource-poor neighborhoods in the western hemisphere where sources of light and electricity are not readily available. Not to mention, think how useful this would be in case a zombie apocalypse, or basically any kind of apocalypse.

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Throughout her extensive career as a fundraiser with organizations such as the American Museum of Natural History in New York, The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Children's Museum, and the Museum of Science in Boston, Judi Cantor has raised over $100 Million.

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