It’s friday, and I thought I’d post up this very true and hilarious Simpsons clip. Besides the fact that everyone Googles themselves and declines it, hopefully we can all play this Google Earth game in the near future if the data ever become real time data. My silver car’s bookmarked in G-earth 🙂
All posts for the month May, 2007
I’ve been beta testing the wildly buzzin Joost for the past few weeks and now I have a ton of invites to give away. If your a TV watching, multi tasking, internet driven, designverb reading, early tech adopting individual, send me your email with your full name with subject “Joost invite please” and I’ll send you an invite in the order that I get them in. (designverb(a)gmail.com) If ya don’t know what Joost is, check out their cool intro video or read about them via Lifehacker w/screenshots.
update: To save me loads of time please use the time saving automated joost invite version thanks to GigaOm and NewTeeVee right here.
How bizarre! First came the breathtaking mile high tennis court with Andre Agassi, and now tennis star Roger Federer dukes it out with French Open champion Rafael Nadal on an experimental exhibition part clay part grass tennis court costing $1.63 million to set up(damn…give me $5000, and I’ll make that happen and pocket the rest). I’ve always been a fan of half&half pizza, drinks, hybrid cars, tools, payments, etc, but I never thought I’d see this happen. It would be interesting to see this again with the split happening horizontally (each player with both floors). Maybe a dangerous oncrete, clay, grass court is next.
Read the rest of the story with more pictures after the jump.
via Slam Sports and ESPN.