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5 Improbable Machines for quarantine living

How do you not touch your face during the pandemic?


There’s panic, and a lot more Don’t’s than we are usually used to. However, when we looked at this critically, through multiple lenses, taking into consideration a diversity of personas the answer to the question ‘how not to touch your face’ was simple. After deep thought and a bottom-up design process, we closed in on a few winners.  Here is the series of 5 such fully-thought through machinations that relook at our relationship with technology, our hands, our face and our hearts during #covid19


Introducing machine 1: THE Facecupboard


The next logical prototype after THE Facecupboard…

 Improbable Machine 2: THE Handsmacker, aka the high-fiver, aka the gobsmacker.



Is it a falcon? is it a drone? presenting Drone Falcons – Machine 3 in the series.


Nothing keeps your face safe like the Rotating Cactus Glass Helmet, the fourth machine in our series of Improbable Machines that can help you not touch your face.


For the finale, its a pant drop. Literally Self-Dropping Pants. Our least intrusive, most offensive idea so far. 🙂



Maybe someday soon we will probably try to make these improbable machines. Till then, stay safe and think happy everyday.

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Coke invents giant drinking face cup to take on social media

In a world devoid of real-world interactions, a giant makes a stand. And I like it. Has a point. Especially since it’s on social media, should we watch it? Should we share it? confused….

Oh sweet elixir of unhealthy consumption, guard us from the scourge of social media so we can focus our thoughts on opening happiness everyday.

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The prophecy – 90’S Internet PSA

An early 90’s amateur Pubic Service Ad for the internet. Watching it almost 2 decades later, it seems prophetic (Feline included) to what the internet has evolved into today. Love the cheesy beats!!!


Are we misusing the internet?


A simple yet eye-opening website. The information is definitely worth sharing. I’m not sure how it helps. So does this mean I use to much of the net uselessly? Or does it imply that my pursuits are pointless. Whichever, i understand that the creators have put some valuable information which is easy to understand and free of any judgments or statements. It leaves the user thinking…maybe spend less time on useless pursuits, and use the internet more responsibly. It’s like alcohol, most love it, most know what’s in it and what it does, yet cognitive dissonance kicks in and everyone just keeps doing it.