DJ Roomba is [Not] in the House!
Do you have a Roomba? Are you amazed by its artificial cleanliness intelligence? Well you better not leave the door open, or you might have to put up a “Lost Roomba” sign like this guy:
Will someone please think of the robots!?
Oh how far we’ve come. Check out this fun piece on some old and new movie promo sites, dating all the way back to when Amanda Bynes was an actress! (Before she turned to Presidential plea Tweets.)
Marketing meets biology. I can’t decide if I’m horrified or I want 20 of these.
And see how far you get…. (This fun fact of the day brought to you by the letters S, M, and S.)
The next time Google breaks its “don’t be evil” slogan, remember this: an Indian boy used Google Earth, a quarter-century after being separated from his family on a midnight train ride, to successfully find his mother’s village and reunite.
“It was just like being Superman. You are able to go over and take a photo mentally and ask, ‘Does this match?’ And when you say, ‘No’, you keep on going and going and going.”
He drew a circle on a map with its centre in Calcutta, with its radius about the distance he thought he had travelled. Incredibly, he soon discovered what he was looking for: Khandwa. “When I found it, I zoomed down and bang, it just came up. I navigated it all the way from the waterfall where I used to play.”
But isn’t that why we have, y’know, search engines built into our web browsers? Hating Android is one thing, but trying to pre-empt one of the pillars of the Internet is kinda silly.