In a move that is equal parts admirable and bleak (but mostly bleak), BlackBerry has chosen to valiantly fight the imminent march of time. Instead of trying to build the next Big Thing, the company is going back to what it knows works best: 2011. Say hello to the Bold. Again.
It may look like the human battery farm from The Matrix, but the Graft Tower is actually a "parametric-designed eco-hotel and vertical farm," which includes plant material growing inside its structure and creates ethanol through natural processes.
You're not supposed to drink gasoline. It's that toxic liquid gold we use to run our cars and machines, not a beverage option. You just don't drink it. Period. That is, unless you're this hardcore Chinese dude.
Scrabble is serious business, people. That's why it's all the more fundamental to have an 8-foot Scrabble board in your backyard. Now: F, O, P, U, Y, E, letter of your choice. Go.
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