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Google Promotes Brain-Altering Thirst Quenchers
Contributed by: SHA, at 4/02/2005 11:05:00 AM.

Google has posted an elaborate April Fool's site touting a new line of thirst-quenching drinks dubbed Google Gulp (Beta) with Auto-Drink (Limited Release).
Proving that some Google employees are rich enough to waste tons of time, the search giant posted an elaborate April Fool's site Friday touting a new line of thirst-quenching drinks dubbed Google Gulp (Beta) with Auto-Drink (Limited Release).
"At Google our mission is to organize the world's information and make it useful and accessible to our users," the San Francisco-based search giant said on the site. "But any piece of information's usefulness derives, to a depressing degree, from the cognitive ability of the user who's using it. That's why we're pleased to announce Google Gulp (BETA) with Auto-Drink (LIMITED RELEASE), a line of 'smart drinks' designed to maximize your surfing efficiency by making you more intelligent, and less thirsty."
The four flavors -- Glutamate Grape, Sugar-Free Radical, Beta Carroty, and Sero-Tonic Water -- are displayed as brightly-colored Snapple-sized bottles, while the accompanying FAQ takes shots at Google's habit of rolling out betas only to a select few (see Gmail) and keeping products in beta for interminable periods.
Check out Google Gulp before it goes offline.

Source : Link, Google Gulp

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