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american greetings and nick offerman troll ces tech expo
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CES is one of the biggest tech events of the year. It’s when everyone convinces you that you need to buy a terrifying robot Einstein for some reason.

But Nick Offerman aka Ron Swanson and American Greetings — yeah, the greeting card company — trolled all of them.

Promising “a device like none other,” Offerman and America Greetings delivered just that. Offerman took to the stage to present… a regular greeting card that looks like:



via Mashable

Offerman, who was there to present the product had this to say:

"When I started dating my wife — her name is Megan Mullally, she's a very beautiful actress and singer and goddess — she and I loved giving each other cards," he told a crowd at the press event. "It's a very important part of our relationship, and so we've continued that practice.

"Even though there are times when it's more appropriate, of course, to send a text or an email ... when you really want to get a sentiment across, there's nothing like the artifact of the handwritten card.

D'awwww... now go buy one for you mother or something.

H/T Mashable

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Apple was pretty brave this year.

After removing every port they possibly good so that they could create both more dongles and fewer wires, they released a new MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar and totally affordable price tag.

But what about us poor schmoes that can’t afford a $2,300 laptop? There’s a YouTube video for that.

In just 26 seconds this video will show you how to turn your old, broken, awful, worthless, bordering on illegal MacBook into a brand-new, state-of-the-art Touch Bar-ready MacBook.

Tools you’ll need:

  • MacBook Pro
  • Masking Tape
  • Electrical Tape

Get to work!

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As a follow-up to our previous post about the Incredible Morphing Table, here is a new video conveying just some of the amazing potential functions of Tangible Media Group's Dynamic Shape Display, inFORM.