Jay Thomas Show contacted me to do a live radio interview on Sirius 108 Stars Too, it aired on Monday 12th January at 12:30pm PST. They wanted to talk to me about my experiences losing my hand, building Kaboodle and living with a bionic hand. You can listen to the segment by clicking 'Interview on Jay Thomas Show' under the radio interviews section on the left, some light-hearted entertainment.
I participated on a panel about "How to Start A Business" at The Learning Annex Make Money Expo on Saturday, November 7th. The show was at The Mascone Center in San Francisco. Suze Orman was one of the main keynote. Ed Slott, Kevin Harrington and Harry Dent were also speaking.
Danville Weekly interviewed me for an article, The RIGHT STATE of MIND - Couple overcomes handicap to complete triathlon for a good cause:
Competing in a grueling triathlon is daunting for even the strongest athletes, but imagine the challenge if you are missing a hand.
Husband and wife team Keiron McCammon and Kerry Clark, who are from England but now live in Danville, dedicated themselves to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training program, two years after McCammon, 37, lost his hand in a paragliding accident in South America. As part of that program, the couple was on the Monterey Peninsula on Sept. 13, partici- pating in the Triathlon at Pacific Grove...read more
It’s not quite the $6 million man, but bionic devices are no longer a science-fiction fantasy.
In the year since launching the iLimb hand, Scottish company Touch Bionics--a maker of upper-limb prosthetics--has undergone an aggressive expansion into the US.
The i-LIMB Hand has five individually-powered digits and is made of high-strength plastics...read more
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