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NYT working on 'magic mirror' for bathroom surfing

MrSeb (471333) writes | more than 2 years ago

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MrSeb writes "If the New York Times Research & Development Lab has its wicked way, you will soon be able to stop taking your mobile computer of choice into the bathroom — and use a “magic mirror” instead. On average we spend an hour in the bathroom every day, and the magic mirror — which is built from an LCD display-cum-mirror, Microsoft Kinect, and a healthy dollop of ingeniousness — is designed to capitalize on that time by letting you surf the web and increase the New York Times’ advertising revenue."
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display CUM mirror? (1)

mehemiah (971799) | more than 2 years ago | (#37285282)

do they mean "display-come-mirror" or are they already already admitting that this water proof computer display in the bathroom will be conducive to masterbation?.
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