JoTo MoJo: Jeb Corliss, slice, see-through concrete, Numi toilet and more

I want to tell you about a guy named Jeb Corliss. He has a most unusual occupation as a professional BASE jumper, skydiver, and wingsuit flyer. He has jumped from sites including Paris’ Eiffel Tower, Seattle’s Space Needle, and the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This stuff is pretty amazing folks – better strap on your own seatbelt.

If you are buying a lot of stuff online like I do, you end up with a tornado of email confirmations from purchasing to delivery. Here’s a neat product that sorts through your email and compiles all shopping-related emails in your inbox, such as order confirmations and shipping notifications, to help you easily track purchases. Slice automatically organizes your online purchases. Once you’ve linked your

Inbox, you don’t have to do any more work.


Developed by Hungarian architect Aron Losonczi, LiTraCon (Light Transmitting Concrete) is the world’s first commercially available transparent concrete. The translucent material is created by combining concrete and thousands of optical fiber strands that act like aggregate. The optical fibers form a matrix between the two main surfaces of concrete block, connecting and directing light between the two block faces.


It’s called Numi and it is unlike any toilet you have ever seen or sat upon. Numi is Kohler’s most advanced toilet combining design, technology and engineering to bring you the finest in personal comfort and cleansing. From its striking form and features to its unrivaled water efficiency, the Numi toilet marks a new standard of excellence in the bathroom. It comes with a heated seat, music, a lid that automatically raises and lowers a remote control and a whole lot more. Of course all this technology carries a price tag of $6400. But what can you expect from a toilet with a touch-screen remote control which manages all the toilet’s settings. Numi also washes and dries. Nuff said!


This got a lot of laughs in the office since we deal with reporters on a daily basis and have been on both sides of the camera.  In a matter of 3 seconds (or less!) this reporter changes from his professional on-camera voice to his…well…check it out!

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