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When Holly Morgan was 20, she had no idea what she wanted to be. That is, until she fell into the radio world. “It’s like radio found me!” she says. “I eat, breathe and live it.” In the studio she’s never without a glass of water and a tube of lipstick (“Gotta keep the lips looking fabulous!”).
As a part of Q102, Holly’s favorite radio moments include being able to give back the community by working with the Freestore Food Bank and other charities, getting her kids involved as well. Another career highlight was meeting Steven Tyler from Aerosmith at the MTV Music Awards in 1991. “He winked at me outside, and I thought I was going to pass out!”
If Holly could be invited to any singer’s home for dinner she’d choose Madonna or J.Lo. “Both women are fabulous, strong and have their own unique style,” says Holly (sound like anyone else we know?). But despite her love for strong female artists, the song Holly says best describes her life is “Good Life” by One Republic. “I have so much to be thankful for, and I’m so blessed to be where I am today.”
A new high-tech fork is serving up plenty of food for thought to spectators at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The bluetooth-enabled smart fork is designed to help you lose weight by tracking how many bites you take and how quickly you eat.
Overdo it, and the 99-dollar Hapi fork gets unhappy — its handle vibrates and sensors on the end light up, letting you know it’s time to slow down
The HAPIfork will initially connect via USB, but manufacturers HAPIlabs aim to introduce a bluetooth version shortly. Both will use a removable module so that the fork can be put in a dishwasher.
It will track the duration of a meal, the number of fork servings and the duration of each interval between servings. If a user eats too frequently, it will vibrate while inside their mouth and show a warning light.