Jeb Bush tweets a gun, Twitter fires back, Ep. 231This week on Crave, see Twitter's uproarious reaction to Jeb Bush's tweet of a handgun. And is the "Facebook Primary" a real indicator of who the next US president will be?
[MUSIC] Presidential candidate Jeb Bush tweeted a photo of a FNX-45 pistol he received as a gift on Tuesday while he was visiting FN Manufacturing in Columbia. South Carolina. The tweet was accompanied with a one word caption that read, America. This tweet set of a Twitter firestorm, which included celebrities, NSA whistleblowers, and voters from all over the country reacting to Jeb's tweet and countering with their own vision for America. When a reporter asked Jeb. Jeb about the tweet and he acted almost as if he didn't know the tweet had been posted and then defended the tweet by saying gun manufacturers create lots of high-wage jobs in America. The purpose was we went to a gun manufacturing facility Where a lot of jobs were created, high-wage jobs, and [INAUDIBLE]. Check more of Crave's presidential campaign coverage, including Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton reimagined as comic book heroes by the publishing company Storm Entertainment. To get all of Storm Entertainment's Republican and Democratic presidential campaign comics, available at the Comic Flea Market, links are in the blog post by Bonnie Burton. And what if Facebook likes were votes? Then who would be the next President? Read the entire story about what they are calling the Facebook primaries of presidential politics by Crave writer, Michael Franco. [MUSIC] Make sure you check out Crave at crave.cnet.com. You can follow Crave at Twitter @crave. And this week's Crave giveaway is another Durable Timbuk2 laptop backpack. This one's blue. Go to the blog and into the win. [SOUND] [MUSIC] We believe that if your argument Humans with technology it should be able to do, or would be able to do much more. [NOISE] We thought that music is a great medium to try that and music is Something that is very timely and you're really need to do things on the right millisecond. It's also very spatial. You need to go to the right places. So what better medium than to try the concept of a third arm that would augment you and allow you to do the things that you couldn't before in the music. And that's where the shared control come into play and the whole idea of cyborgs, augmented humans. We believe that if you have something that is a part of your body it's a completely different feeling because it learns how your body moves and it can augment it. So, if you want to move, like you saw, toward a particular drum The arm know that because it recognizes the gestures and you feel that your body is responding to you in a way. The idea that machines are not separating humans but are becoming part of humans. [MUSIC]