I haven’t watched Saturday Night Live since Chris Farley was worried about living in a van down by the river. I much prefer the classic ’80s version with Eddie Murphy over all modern varieties because it was actually funny.
No one looks cool on the toilet, but that’s only because toilets have lacked Apple’s design sensibilities. It’s time we were set free from our generic toilets, with the help of SNL host Benedict Cumberbatch.
This fake commercial makes fun of Apple’s history of over-the-top marketing to unveil a toilet from Kohler that takes things to the next level.
What if Mercedes-Benz unveiled something truly amazing? What if they found a power source unlike any other that has powered your car before? Like a car that runs entirely on AA batteries.
Charging stations are a thing of the past now.
Back in the ’80s, Saturday Night Live was the show all the cool kids stayed up to watch. If your parents let you stay up that late, you were a badass in elementary school. I liked those old skits with Eddie Murphy and his castmates, but the modern show is a bit boring to me.
Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update is one of the great comedy franchises in history, and some amazing talent has sat behind the anchor desk. The show’s professional news mockers have included Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Jane Curtin, Dennis Miller, Seth Myers and Jimmy Fallon.
Yesterday, Saturday Night Live did a not-so-funny parody of Apple’s iPhone announcement during their Weekend Update segment. But that made me think about a couple of times in the past when SNL was a little more on the mark with their Apple parodies…
McIntosh Junior: The Power To Crush the Other Kids
McIntosh Post-It Notes
New iPod Introductions by Steve Jobs
There hasn’t been a lot of interesting news in robotics in the last few weeks, so I don’t get to post as often as I’d like about robots. That said, I thought this little video clip might tide you over.