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Nice Tatas

March 24th, 2009 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

Dear Automobile God,

Please, please, please, please, please send me one of the new, teeny-tiny Tata Nano cars, which debuted in Mumbai this week.


I know that I accidentally killed my iPod Nano by drunkenly irresponsibly dropping it into a crevice of my car–where it was later crushed beyond recognition by a moving part. But I’m different now! I am ready to take care of something cute and crushable, for real this time.

If I got a Tata Nano, I would love it, clean it, cuddle with it, give it fresh fuel every day. Ooh! And I would cawess its wittle steewing wheel and tell it how adowable it is, all the time! I would bring it to meet other wittle Nanos, and they could woll awound together. I would give it a name, like “Dano,” so that it could be known as “Dano,” The Wee Nano. What a sweet, sweet, wittle baby Nano I would waise!

I realize that these darling cars are in high demand, but I hope you can find a way to bestow one upon me. I prayed to the Technology God once, and he or she gave Jen an iPhone 3G. But I promise if you answer this request, I will pray to you more than once. Maybe three times!

Thanks in advance, and I can’t wait to get my Nano.

Love,
Diana

[LA Times: India's Tata Motors Unveils the World's Cheapest Car]

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Tiny Computasian

March 11th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

Take that, MacBook Air

LiveScience.com announced on their site today that a very tiny (just a few molecules large), brain-like computer has been brought forth upon this planet.

Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine something so incredibly Asian (something tiny, something tech-new, something brilliant, something–well, not–blue) would unleash its tiny fury on the world within my lifetime.

Best. Day. Ever.

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There Ain’t Nothin’ Wang With A Little Pterodactyl

February 13th, 2008 | 0 comments | Posted by Diana

I did not think that it was possible to find anything cuter than the above teeny, tiny, toothless pterodactyl fossil, which was recently discovered in China by a team led by Xiaolin Wang of the Chinese Academy of Science.

That is… until I saw…

…the teeny, tiny, toothless pterodactyl fossil posing in a teeny, tiny tree.

(SIGH!)

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