INTERNET OF THINGS thread (rolling)

creepy

#1

bit creepy eh?


#2

creepy but what else did people think a ‘smart vibrator’ was going to do?


#3

And for the cocks amongst us: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/shortcuts/2017/mar/05/smart-condoms-like-fitbit-for-sex-and-you-can-even-share-your-stats?CMP=share_btn_tw


#4

biofeedback?


#5

to know what you want and when you want it


#6


#7

Also, loads of Alexa fail stories

when will an Alexa fail be the main plot point in a Hollywood movie? Must be one soon


#8

Something about a inserting a trojan virus through the backdoor


#9

High-brow pillow talk?


#10

wolfcastle.jpg


#11

this is the future guys


#12

those guys who wear waistcoats and worship eras that never existed might be on to something tbh


#13

@xylo


#14

hey i do OCCASIONALLY wear the odd waistcoat (when i’m working) but I’d rather eat dogshit than be one of those steampunk imboseals.


#15

separately though i’ve already figured out how to sort out voice-controlled motors for all the blinds in my house :smiley:


#16

Using Shakespeare’s tongue, I hope?


#17

“what light through yonder window breaks”

whirring sounds

wife files for divorce


#18

:joy: proper chuckled at this


#19

Really don’t get why mundane appliances need to be on the internet.

I can’t see how I would possibly benefit from having a kettle, toaster or dildo that is connected to the internet. On the other hand, some cunt somewhere is compiling a spreadsheet about how many cups of tea I have a day or how brown I like my toast.

Can someone explain to me why my THINGS should be on the INTERNET?


#20

It all makes sense if you think that Big Data is universally A Good Thing.