There’s no denying, with the holidays right around the corner, that you’re bound to have a few very long days! Between holiday shopping, work, and the thousand and ten people you have to see, you’re about ready to hibernate like a bear for the rest of the year. That, or at least finally sit down on your couch with a drink in hand.
Entries in wi-fi (5)
There are two things we need in the morning in order to get through the day. The first, naturally, is breakfast. Toss some Lucky Charms in a bowl, and we’re golden. The second is something we need both for our sanity and for the protection of all the poor souls around us, and that’s coffee! Load us up with that sweet caffeinated nectar of the gods and we’ll happily be on our way.
It’s a common misconception that mermaids are happy without the Internet; that they’re perfectly content to just swim around and not Instagram pictures of cool looking coral or tweet about how annoying jellyfish are. But in reality, mermaids don’t exist. So we’re a little confused why a team of researchers at the University of Buffalo want to provide underwater Wi-Fi connections. Did they miss the no-mermaid memo or is this “underwater network architecture” meant for us two-legged landlubbers?
We’ve come up with a slogan for Coca-Cola’s newest do-good project, EKOCENTER. Want to hear it? We spent all day thinking this up so we hope you’ll at least pretend to be impressed. “EKOCENTER: Sorry, we don’t carry Pepsi products, would you care for some clean drinking water, Wi-Fi, or women’s empowerment instead?” Boom! How ‘bout them apples? Wait, we’re not sure if EKOCENTERs will carry apples…
Did we mention they have Wi-Fi with LCD screens, too? For the London Olympics this year, Kaveh Mamri’s company Renew created bins that aren’t your average cigarette butt trash can combo; these multiplex garbage cans are an entire city network, a “beacon in the City.” They are also incredibly strong and bomb proof, having gone under extreme strength tests in a desert in New Mexico.