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22. Virgin Atlantic launches first glass-bottomed airplane
A lot of tech goes into modern airplanes, from cockpit gadgetry to the little screens that display your favorite films as your hurtling across the Atlantic in a tin tube of other people's reconstituted air. Nobody really likes flying all that much, but Virgin Atlantic's latest spoof is to create aircraft with glass-bottomed floors — allowing passengers you to see the ocean and the land from 30,000 feet.
Check out its press release here.
23. Google Apps introduces "Levity" feature
Google Apps' new feature "Levity" allows those scheduling meetings to actually get a good attendance for once. Dreary meetings often have little point or purpose. But Google's new Levity to spice up even the dullest of workdays by spicing up your enterprise communications platform: from funnier emails and amazing presentations, just to name a couple.
Coming to a Google Apps enterprise... never. You should check out the video anyway.
24. Imgur introduces 'snail mail' upload
Imgur, the image sharing site at the very foundation root-level of popular news-sharing site Reddit, has introduced a new way to upload photos: snail mail upload.
By printing or cutting out your snaps or articles, you can now send in your pictures to Imgur's head office in San Francisco to cut out the laborious few seconds it would take to upload a picture to the site. Imgur says: "Keep calm and give away your computer–Imgur now does the hard work for you. Still on dial-up? No worries–you won’t even need the Internet to share your cat pictures."
Check out their own animated GIF memes on their blog post.