Joseph Tame about his challenge; running a marathon with an iPhone 3G strapped to his head. To livestream his experience to all of the people who weren't so lucky to run, as well as the rest of the world. Respect! And now pick up your iPhones and live broadcast your lives...forever! Joseph was featured on Yahoo News too, check it out here.
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