April 1, 2007

Commode-based wireless and Google Paper.

Google usually comes up with ingenious ideas for the April Fool's Day. In the past they promised to improve our love life, came up with a drink to maximize our surfing ability, revealed that the secret behind Google's success is pigeons.

This year there are announcements for two new Google products.

First, they figured out how to provide wireless internet to anyone with a toilet connected to municipal sewage system. TiSP is a wireless service introduced by Google which works through your plumbing system. There are detailed instructions on how to install. Second, Google introduces a service called Google Paper, through which you can request paper copies of any email you get in Gmail. There is no limit on how many mails you can request. Of course, as always with Google, both the above services are free.

Incidentally here are ten of the best April Fool's Day hoaxes.


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