After a rough night, Twitter
stumbles home and passes out. The next morning, it discovers it hooked up with an LED display
, and nine months later you have these chattering vodka bottles.
is the brains behind this invention: labels with a programmable LED screen, so you can let your deepest philosophical thoughts scroll across a vodka bottle. The message will run on a loop for three minutes, and you can store up to six messages at a time. (Each message has a word limit of 255 characters each -- so it's a little more like Twitter had twins.)
Like most one-night stands, however, this one isn't meant to last: the LED screen only has enough life for 40 hours of fun messages. That seems pretty paltry -- until you remember the shelf life of the average bottle of vodka. [via GadgetCrave