Crave Ep. 144: DARPA wants to put an implant in your brain

DARPA has announced a $70 million project to put implants in human brains. Plus, we check out the greatest job resume ever, and buyers hate the gold iPhone 5S!


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In an effort to track the health of soldiers, DARPA has started developing brain implants to monitor brain activity in real time. We check out the new age of rhythm game apps with Duet, and admire a Mario-like side-scrolling job resume that's quite possibly the best job resume ever created. All that, and some funeral selfies, on this week's Crave show.

Crave stories:

- Duet: How a kick-butt game soundtrack is made

- Side-scrolling, Mario-inspired resume rocks the job hunt

- DARPA developing implant to monitor brain in real time

- San Francisco's bay barge mystery: Floating data center or Google Glass store?

- Yellow and gold iPhones the least popular among buyers

- The great new art trend: Selfies at funerals

- Listen to the sound of plants responding to the world

- Crave giveaway: Panasonic Link2Cell home handset

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