For thousands of years,
the human race has spread out across the Earth, scaling mountains and plying the oceans, planting crops and building highways, raising skyscrapers and atmospheric CO2 levels, and observing, with tremendous and unflagging enthusiasm, the Biblical injunction to be fruitful and multiply across our world’s every last nook, cranny and subdivision.
Earth has issues, and it’s time humanity got started on a Plan B. So, starting in 2014, Virgin founder Richard Branson and Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin will be leading hundreds of users on one of the grandest adventures in human history: Project Virgle, the first permanent human colony on Mars.
The question is, do you want to join us?
Ever yearned to journey to the stars? You can learn how to become a Virgle Pioneer, test your Pioneering potential, or join the Mission Control community that will help develop the 100 Year Plan we’ve outlined here.
For April Fools’, all of the videos on YouTube’s frontpage redirect to….Never Gonna Give You Up.
Engadget was recently served paperwork from a lawsuit t-moble parent company Dousche Telekom filled in regards to them using the color magenta. Engadget in response not only made there wallpaper a new color gradient but changed up their engadget mobile logo as well.
Every post on the gadget blogs has Mr. T and others photos, commenting on every story. Way to keep busy photoshop person. Make that money.
prankdialer.com – Rick Roll Invasion
Rick Roll is the latest of the many short run internet fads. Here’s something fun to do to your friends and family.
deviantART changed everyone’s avatar to this: http://a.deviantart.com/avatars/herduliek.gif
macrumors.com – grayscale site
woot.com – fake woot off
Woot sold the same Black & Decker 20w power backup battery in woot off fashion.