A guy in India can pass an electric current through his body and he doesn't feel a thing (or so he claims). In the video he puts a live wire to his tongue and another wire to a fan and the fan starts up and works. At the end of the video he holds a lightbulb and an electric skillet. The flips the switch, the lightbulb turns on, and an egg is fried on the skillet. He states that some people accused him of having some kind of implants in his hands that allowed him to do it but they tested them and there was nothing. the guy is an electrician of all things. He does seem to have a little bit of a spasm when the current first hits but he controls it. Or the whole video is a fake.
In this video they demo a flat array of LEDs (called a flexgrid) which works like a low resolution display. Each LED in the matrix has a plastic or glass box around it and can be individually switched on and off. The whole display can be bent into a tube shape and controlled via computer (I assume). In the video the guy bends it around in the dark as it flashs various patterns over it's surface. It would probably work pretty good as one of those scrolling word signs too. The original post about this bendable LED display mentioned it's possible use in clothing. How about LED display doormats?
There isn't a caption to go with this car accident photo so there is no telling how the accident happened. However, it looks like the driver of the VW Bug is standing there on the right as he has some bandages (including an eye patch). I would say that guy is probably pretty lucky to be alive based on the condition of that VW Bug. That thing is totally demolished like it was run over by a monster truck or a tank. More realisticly I'd say somehow the VW Bug was hit on the passenger side by a truck which flipped and that is why the hood is crushed. It looks like it happened in Central America or South America based on the signs in the background.