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BMW Offers New Way to Cook
BMW has announced a cutting-edge innovation for commuters that allows them to prepare dinner, while driving home in the car. It's called SHEF, which stands for Satellite Hypersensitive Electromagnetic Foodration. Basically all your oven controls are built into the dashboard of your car, and they communicate wirelessly with your actual oven back in your home. You can monitor the progress of your meal via a built-in oven-cam.
Categories: April Fools Day, Technology
Posted by The Curator on Thu Apr 01, 2004
Comments (1)
Hey. With traffic gridlock the way it is, we may actually soon need these things. And beds too. Ron Brown, Toronto
Posted by Ron Brown  in  Toronto Canada  on  Tue Apr 13, 2004  at  12:07 PM
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