BEST FLOUR PRANK EVER!!!

By: PrankvsPrank
Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLu6Haq3kJQ

A few days ago I took a leaf blower and made funny faces with the air. Jeana told me that she would try it another day. So I snuck some flour in the leaf blower before she did it. Team Jesse SAAAAN!

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Google accused of racism after black names are 25% more likely to bring up adverts for criminal records checks

Professor finds ‘significant discrimination’ in ad results, with black names 25 per cent more likely to be linked to arrest record check services She compared typically black names like ‘Ebony’ and ‘DeShawn’ with typically white ones like ‘Jill’ and ‘Geoffrey’ Google has been accused of racism

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2273741/Google-accused-racism-black-names-25-likely-bring-adverts-criminal-records-checks.html#axzz2K4rzgLOs

Project glass

http://g.co/projectglass

Google believe technology should work for you — to be there when you need it and get out of your way when you don’t.

A team within the Google[x] group started Project Glass to build this kind of technology, one that helps you explore and share your world, putting you back in the moment.

Follow along with them at http://g.co/projectglass as they share some of our ideas and stories. What would you like to see from Project Glass?

 

What do you love, asks Google with a new portal to its many web services — Engadget

Google WDYL

Google WDYL

Say hello to your new online friend, wdyl.com. An eagle-eyed TechCrunch tipster spotted this freshly launched Google portal, whose purpose it seems to be to gather up all of the company’s multifarious web services under one umbrella. A Google search for Google products, in other words. Punching in a topic brings up its popularity in Google Trends, lets you set up Google Alerts, plan related events in Google Calendar, email someone in Gmail, or hit up Picasa, YouTube or Google News with the same query. You get the picture. It hasn’t yet been made official and hitting up the site without the “www.” prefix throws up a bad URL error at the moment, but it’s there and seemingly fully functional. Give it a try and let us know which search terms bring up the most humorous results.

via What do you love, asks Google with a new portal to its many web services — Engadget. via What Do You Love?

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