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Originally posted by theminx:
I suppose it will have better photos, but people do that already with their mobile phones, posting to blogs, e.g.


Yeah, whatever photos the camera it's in takes. And if I understand correctly, this thing can be set to automatically send photos as you take them... thus the near-realtime or nearer-realtime.
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Originally posted by Trogdor:
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Originally posted by theminx:
I suppose it will have better photos, but people do that already with their mobile phones, posting to blogs, e.g.


Yeah, whatever photos the camera it's in takes. And if I understand correctly, this thing can be set to automatically send photos as you take them... thus the near-realtime or nearer-realtime.
That will definitely make a difference with riots and protests like in Burma earlier this year. I wonder if photojournalists will send to public sites, or keep their potential Pulitzer-winners private...
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Originally posted by theminx:
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Originally posted by Trogdor:
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Originally posted by theminx:
I suppose it will have better photos, but people do that already with their mobile phones, posting to blogs, e.g.


Yeah, whatever photos the camera it's in takes. And if I understand correctly, this thing can be set to automatically send photos as you take them... thus the near-realtime or nearer-realtime.
That will definitely make a difference with riots and protests like in Burma earlier this year. I wonder if photojournalists will send to public sites, or keep their potential Pulitzer-winners private...


You're way ahead of me. I was still in the restroom with WGBrs.
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Originally posted by Trogdor:
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Originally posted by colin:
I want one...


We'd never hear from you again!


I'd still post in Draw Something Now! Probably even more! Please can I have one? Please please please please please?

Actually, they're only available in Eurpoe, and cost 830 pounds, which is approximately a zillion US dollars.
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Originally posted by colin:
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Originally posted by Trogdor:
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Originally posted by colin:
I want one...


We'd never hear from you again!


I'd still post in Draw Something Now! Probably even more! Please can I have one? Please please please please please?

Actually, they're only available in Eurpoe, and cost 830 pounds, which is approximately a zillion US dollars.
I can't believe it took so long for someone to make one of these.
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Originally posted by theminx:
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Originally posted by UberDog:
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Originally posted by theminx:
So in fact, we really have come a long way, baby.

Gah!


As Judd Nelson said: "Go make me a turkey pot pie!"
Oh I suck at pastry, you don't want that.
Fine. Just smoke up, then.
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Originally posted by Gromit:
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Originally posted by theminx:
Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games Mascots



The kids love them and the grownups dismiss them as cut-rate Pokemon, according to the news last night. I can't quite figure out why we needed hybrid animals... Story.


Okay, so Quatchi's supposed to be a sasquatch. What are Sumi and Miga meant to be?
Click on the first link, they've got their convoluted explanations there.
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Originally posted by theminx:
Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games Mascots

"The mascot microsite features an animated video of the mascot story, mascot character profiles, a personality quiz, an online game, e-cards and more."

It's like they want you to get tired of them as fast as humanly possible.
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The kids love them and the grownups dismiss them as cut-rate Pokemon, according to the news last night. I can't quite figure out why we needed hybrid animals... Story.

I think a Pokémon-style battle royale between the mascots would make a great undercard for bobsledding. My money's on Sumi in the third round; he looks like he's got some fight in him.

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