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Friday, April 1, 2005

Google Gulp

Google today releases Google Gulp (Beta) with Auto-Drink, a fitting product for an April Fool’s prank. According to Google, this is a line of “smart drinks” designed “to maximize your surfing efficiency by making you more intelligent, and less thirsty.” This drink is invite-only, so you need to find someone who has a “Gulp Cap” already. Gulp is available in the four flavors Glutamate Grape, Sugar-Free Radical, Beta Carroty, and Sero-Tonic Water.

And then there’s the trademarked Auto-Drink feature, reminiscient of Google’s much-debated Auto-Link feature introduced a while ago:

“Through our patented real-time DNA-scanning process, Auto-Drink, Google Gulp is actually able to “take a picture” of your genetic profile, reconfigure its molecular composition on the fly, and subtly alter your brain’s intricate mosaic of axonial patterns in order to facilitate even faster cognitive processing.”

[Thanks Andres Robalino]


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