What do you get for scarring yourself for life with a Netflix tattoo? Apparently the company thinks it is worth a free year of Netfilx.
Brin asks: “Is this the way you’re meant to interact with other people?” Is the future of connection just people walking around hunched up, looking down, rubbing a featureless piece of glass? In an intimate moment, he says, “It’s kind of emasculating. Is this what you’re meant to do with your body?”
Paul Baier, a research consultant in Boston, is paying his 14-year-old daughter a cool $200 to quit the social network until summer, according to a post on his blog that has been making the rounds. Baier on Tuesday posted an image of the “Facebook Deactivation Agreement,” with his daughter, Rachael.
In the agreement (below), signed by both parties, the teen promised to deactivate the social network from this past Monday until June 26. In return, Baier will pay his daughter $50 in April and the remaining $150 in June, at the end of the five months.
Okay, all of my geek brethren, it’s time to remind you that Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and your time to order a gift online is slipping away. Gizmag put together a small list of suitable geek gifts for your wife, girlfriend, boyfriend or all three of them together.