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Virtual Sushi

Remember when you first saw Bladerunner, and everything was very neon, very Tokyo, except that it was Lost Angeles?  Slashdot is reporting that the government has figured out how to generate “artificial light displays in the ionosphere.”  Of course, this could be used to signal ground attacks, air strikes, or to advertise the Tost-t-o’s Fourth Annual Superball in mile-high (literally) letters in the sky.  Great.  I’m really going to miss Orion.

While you’re living in this virtual Tokyo, try some virtual sushi.  In what proves to be the strangest article I’ve read yet this year (and that’s saying quite a lot), The New York Times is reporting that chef Homoro Cantu at Chicago’s Moto restaurant serves…

wait for it

Sushi printed from an inkjet printer.  He prints a picture of the sushi on edible paper, then flavors the paper.  Oh well.  It couldn’t be any worse than my cooking. 

Which makes me think, who needs to learn how to cook at all now?  Just go webside, down a pic of your fav dish, print it out on the incredible edible paper, and then slap it on a plate.  You could even wrap real food in it, so that it would look like steak, but taste like chicken. 

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