This is some of the coolest technology out there, if you ask me.
I am not a fan of calling someone "disabled" when they aren't. It's great to see that technology is making its way into making the lives of people who are missing limbs easier to do...everything!
In case you're too lazy to hit the link, MedGadget reports that an Austrian man (Christian Kandlebauer), who lost both arms when he was electrocuted, has two prostheses that allow him to drive, have a job, and I assume pretty much everything else "normal" people do. They transplanted nerve receptors to do it (this is called targeted muscle reinnervation).
If that's not awesome, I don't know what is.