Teen Twitter (the most powerful force in the universe) has been hit by a bomb, and that bomb's name is Alex From Target. Who is this ordinary Target checkout guy, and why is Teen Twitter obsessed with him? Read on for more.
In the New Yorker this week, William Sorensen delves into the strange and amusing world of parental texting. Highlights include: "T4W = Time for whiskey" and "RxV—>BW = Got Viagra prescription, just need Barry White cassettes."
From the same studio that made the Snuggie commercial, a hint that some company will soon be shilling cheap 35mm Vivitar analog cameras to your pep-pep and me-ma. Gird up your brain loins, nerdy grandkids, and be ready to educate.
Which sounds like a better way to make the roads safer: rescind drivers licenses from people who are very old and have failing vision, or create a fancy system with lasers to allow them to keep driving. If you answered the latter, you're in the same camp as General Motors. They're hard at work on a fancy new…
So, gadgeteers, this is what we will be reduced to riding around on by the year 2080. Developed by the University of Arnhem-Nijmegen in Holland, the Zimmer SatNav is for either olds, amnesiacs or for people whose sense of direction is so poor that they get lost on their way to the bathroom.