This is a neat idea, but there are a few things I would probably do differently.
I think that whether the direct message of this poster will affect change in the minds of those who are prejudiced is up for debate, and I agree with you that it most likely won’t.
I just hope she does that thing where she’s talking to another character, and then that character looks away and says something and when they look back she’s gone. I hope she does that in every scene she’s in. This show needs more of that. A lot more.
Just noticed, in the picture above he’s definitely showing that wave the O face.
It seems like this will be way more beneficial to Google than to end users (except perhaps mobile users). 17-25 percent less data travelling through Google’s servers means lower cost to “ship” all that data, which is great, just not sure why that benefit isn’t being mentioned.
If you watch the videos on their site you’ll see that the primary method of speeding up is to hump the living shit out of a wave.
Do you hear that Mr.Carson? You’re FIRED!
This has my vote for most perfect use of a gif so far this year.
This is like the tank a group of plucky teenagers would build to fight some sort of monster in an early 90s horror movie.
MFPM <- Fixed it for you
Pretty cool, now they just need to put this into a small device people can use at home, similar to a blood glucose meter. It could call out to a data center for pattern recognition. The future is freaking awesome.
This is totally impractical. The middle armrest needs to fold out of the way, because the only thing this seating arrangement is going to be used for is mid-flight boning and BJs.
So... basically.. this is the origin story of how Professor X lost his hair?
This is perfect! It has lots of little holes, so I can always keep an eye on Christina!
A buddy of mine owned one of these for a while. It was buckets of fun. Although most of those buckets were for the small amounts of poo due to the fact that he didn’t know how to drive it slowly. Highlights:
I took a trip to my local archive a few years back and spoke with the director while touring their image stores. As an archivist he was terrified of the real possibility of an enormous gap in the public record due to how easily digital images could be lost. Entire family histories disappear in a single hard drive…
Look like “Jar Jar away”...
There’s no word on when the next Apple Watch or Android Wear wearable would gain this slick functionality.
having his or her lumbosacral motoneuron activity monitored