- How ad posters for Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Skype might have looked in the 60s (via @einGott)
What’s more surprising – Amazon.com apparently offering personal lubricants in the grocery department, or believing someone looking around there might be interested in (multi-packs of) lubricants? I mean, sure, there are, erm, suitably shaped groceries1, but … … …
Admittedly, the top category is “Grocery, Health and Beauty” and the subcategory “Health & Personal Care”, yet it’s an interesting combination Amazon might want to correct a bit.
(Why they’re offering this to me? Must be due to some Amazon joke with “customers who bought this also bought that”. Believe it or not…)
- reportedly not really suitable for that use, though, so don’t try this at home… [↩]
or Samba do Parede
Two weeks ago I showed a photo of the projection of a blue “No Signal” error message on the house diagonally across – last night there were tests with signal where they tried to find the best beamer position and settings on the wall (Portuguese: parede) of the small storehouse/garage straight across:
And it’s indeed a display for the restaurant/bar “Rubens”1 in the courtyard who will have a samba night next Friday.
- which probably also hold the rights for the projected images – if you don’t want them here (even though it’s a little promotion), just drop me a line and I’ll remove them [↩]
Update 17 July: » The solution