That's pretty much the size of it, actually. As most of you are aware, this is not by any means the first time Amanda has tweeted n00dz. But this time the photo by one of our fave photogs, Kelly Davidson. And this historic milestone (in Palmer's tweet, "$1,000,000 OF PURE FUTURE ARTMUSIC ASSKICKING") was reached one day after she hosted a live webcast from the MIT Media Lab -- a place where, as she emailed us yesterday, "they might be able to build me technology to crowdsurf over fans while playing their hands as 'conductive' instruments.
The MIT MEDIA LAB is best known for shocking the world with next-level innovations like e-ink and the $100 laptop. But now it's teamed up with the American Repertory Theater, a former Poet Laureate, and an international team of creatives to produce an "Opera of the Future" based on a storyboard that will be familiar to anyone who read last week's cover story on RAY KURZWEIL: a 60-year-old man yearns for immortality, figures out how to download himself into an internet-like network called The System, and then "his entire house comes to life around his family and friends."