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Memoto wearable camera

Sometimes, there are moments in life that you just forgot to capture, or failed to be ready in anticipation. Having said that, since mankind is always on the lookout to improve him or herself, here is an idea that might actually take off in the long run. I am referring to the Memoto wearable camera [...]
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