Keeping in touch in a long-distance relationship

One thing I love about tech innovation competitions is some of the cool things thought up by young and/or inexperienced entrepreneurs. One such example is Pillow Talk.

Conceived by Joanna Montgomery, the concept is fairly simple. A sensor is worn by both individuals and then…

Apparently the idea has won some investment money, so expect to see some glowing pillows in a bedroom near you. It seems a potential winner to me.


  1. […] 1. The number linked to each presence is a standard average based on dwell statistics provided to all SL users via the Search Places option. 2. For large presences we’ve chosen the most popular area rather than add up total dwell – this means larger presences may have overall larger numbers but that’s not what we’re measuring (see also point 5). Example: The Pond and ABC Island have many different areas – we track the traffic on the most popular area for both those presences. 3. Each presence, unless an addition since the start of the reporting period, has had their traffic stats measured at least ten times with each instance at least 24 hours apart. 4. The individual times and statistics can be found here 5. The STI is indicative only – yes we know there are much more detailed methodologies and that ours is a rough guide only for the SL community – we think of it as a ‘what’s hot’ measure. Discussion / criticism on the STI here. […]

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