Today, when I tried to write a scene, after letting my mind wander around a concept and having ideas form and connect, my brain magically turned into a sieve - again. As soon as I tried to jot them down, sections slipped off to who knows where, possibly a far off secret land where they laugh at my attempts to capture them. I can still hear their muffled tittering.
Then I thought wouldn't it be great if I could plug something into the side of my head that would record all those thoughts. Okay, so it might be a bit jumbled but I could sort it out. It wouldn't be any worse than what I write on paper. Yes, I do everything in long hand first. Maybe Apple could invent it and call it the I-Brain. No longer would you have to strain your fingers. Then they could release an I-Brain ll, three months later, which would also digitally record those scenes you picture in your head like a movie and project them on a screen. This little gem would be smaller and have more color choices. And three months after that, they would come out with the I-Brain lll. It could send these images to handheld devices that have a hook up to transfer it to another person's brain. Brain to brain communication!
Wow. Just think of the possibilities. Imagine what ad agencies could do with this. Teachers could teach from their homes and know who is listening. Authors could pitch without getting tongue tied. They just project their story into the Brainpad lll to any agent or editor.
Yes! OMG We could start a movement. If we get enough people sending out good thoughts to everyone we could change the world. World peace. A better, healthier environment. Better protection for wildlife. A great tasting non-fattening chocolate. The possibilities are endless.