March-endizing


It’s graph time! I know nobody gives a crap, but it’s fun.

Genres graph:

Mean song length: 3:51

The Five Star
Baby I’m Yours (feat. Irfane) by Breakbot

Also this because it’s fantastic:

 

And this because I TOTALLY CALLED IT in my NaNo last year.

What I wrote:
“Twenty years ago Google Face was practically brand new, just coming out of beta and gaining users at an incredibly fast speed. I guess that’s what happens when you practically release a Google Maps version for people […] Google Face not only tracks faces but also attaches to them an individual’s personal information, such as their date of birth, their parents’ names, their social security number, things like that.”

What the article says:
“Google is working on a mobile application that would allow users to snap pictures of people’s faces in order to access their personal information […] Google’s Profiles product includes a user’s name, phone number and e-mail address. Google has not said what personal data might be displayed once a person is identified by its facial-recognition system.”

The future is terrifying. This is exactly why I’m afraid of Google.

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2 responses

  1. Matt Farnsworth | Reply

    Man is Pixar really older than I am? That seems weird. I really need to see Toy Story 3, I’ve heard it’s awesome.
    Google face recognition: NO! Not cool. No, just no.

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  2. […] similar to the product Google Face as I described in my NaNo Googol written last year (last part of this blog)? Well, if Google merges with or takes over Apple within the next year or so, then I FREAKING […]

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