Segway Mod

via gizmodo

Cucumber Ice Pepsi

Pepsi is planning to release Ice Cucumber-flavored drink in Japan this summer. I like cucumber.

Segway Mommy

via puppyboy

What was life like before the Segway?

In The Know: Do You Remember Life Before The Segway?

via The Onion

Cool site if u r from romania


Distopian Romanian web site 2020:

choice quotes:

"..Have you learned nothing from Running Man or Total Recall?"

"2020 will make it easier for you to accept cloning, gene-sequencing techniques, food health-scares and space-tourism."

"It offers you the pre-crime departments of tomorrow."

They even claim to have a manifesto although I cannot find it.

Cory dishes bad Whuffie to Fox Rent a Car

It sounds like Fox needs to adjust it's business practices and train and update it's customer service. I find it interesting that an 'A list' blogger like Mr.Doctorow uses the social network to retaliate for poor service. Pretty darn effective. On his merit alone I would avoid Fox. How will this change the face of future business modeling? Negative trackable whuffie. Learn more on the clue train here.

update: some don't find it interesting at all, like 'advocate' at the newly published and blogrolled BoredOfBoingBoing.

update: Apollo Lee says Fox has never done him wrong but had a very similar experience at Alamo right here in Boise, Idaho no less.

Verdict rental car and hosptitality operations need clearly understood policy on debit cards. Banks could do better at explaining the difference between the two, also.

Smoking Jacket with See through Lungs

Fiona Carswell an Apple User Interface Engineer creates a jacket that has lungs on it that gradually turn brown over time. She is into using humor to encourage risk taking and truths about society.

Her other works (worth checking) are a bikini that develops moles when exposed to direct sunlight, and "Codependnet Gloves" that heat your hands only when holding someone else's hand.

via tumbl.us


Nanobots Replacing Neurons

mindblowing creepy 30 clip


Synthetic Reality project at Carnegie Mellon.