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Programmable Soda Bottles

Mar - 31 - 2006
Nicole C. Engard

Okay I found out about this from Stephen Abram’s site (who read about it on Gizmodo) – Library 2.0 commentary aside – this is way cool & and a little funny.

Ipfini offers the ability to program your soda with up to 32 different combinations. The patent-pending bottle design has aroma, flavor and color buttons on the side. The bottle is filled with basic carbonated high-fructose water and the user hits additives to taste. For instance, press the cherry flavor button and add the lime smell. One can only assume you shake the bottle vigorously to mix and then hand it to an unsuspecting cow-orker and enjoy the show. After hearing it was programmable, the obvious questions arose: where are the caffeine buttons and will it run Linux?

OH MY GOODNESS!! This is just too much fun to pass up trying at least once!

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