Brian is the inventor of the Autoblow A.I. — the first
device that uses artificial intelligence to imitate the sexual experience of—
a blow job. That’s right—a Blow Job— I’ll bet that just got your
(BTW— if you are under 18 years old— you shouldn’t be
listening to this podcast)
Brian Sloan has made this handy high tech gadget available to the public on Autoblow.com. A recent global crowdfunding effort by more than 5,500 men in 64 countries raised $755,000 to make the Autoblow a reality.
Sex toy inventor Brian Sloan graduated from law school in 2005, but decided he had a greater potential helping people masturbate than he did helping them with their legal problems.
TV personality and gadget maven Steve Greenberg and PR queen Lois Whitman
Hess, Co-Hosts of “Lying on the Beach” podcast, talked to Brian about BJ’s and
It’s a stimulating conversation with a happy ending.
Can a Smart Gadget Give a Better BJ Than a Person?
There should be a statue of Robin Raskin in front of the
Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas with an inscription that says
“She turned this arena into a global stage for the introduction of some of the
most innovative products in the world.” As founder of the company “Living
In Digital Times,” Robin solicited early stage companies to exhibit their
remarkable inventions in this section of CES. She grouped them in sensible
product categories for their debut: Digital Health, Digital Money, Fitness
Tech, Baby Tech, Family Tech, Transforming EDU, MommyTech TV, Beauty Tech, and
Wearables. Each area had their own summit plus events. These companies also
take part in other events during the week of CES including a FashionWare runway
show, Mobile Apps Showdown, Last Gadget Standing, Robots on the Runway and the
KAPi Awards. In this episode of “Lying on the Beach” with TV personality
Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess, Robin explains how she manages
to be at the forefront of technology all the time.
If you want to drive a busy person crazy, just post an out-of-the office email reply that you are on vacation for a week and then don’t delete it for many days after you return to work. It happens all the time. Many workers hide behind out-of-the-office replies because they want to take advantage of this common business practice. TV personality Steve Greenberg and PR expert Lois Whitman-Hess discuss the culprits and why they shouldn’t be working in the digital age.