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    Something you already know. (Click on the picture Bean Bird is there)



    There’s so much technology out there promising to make our lives easier, but what’s the point when we don’t know how to use it? LG WebOS is not only user friendly, we think there’s a chance it could make you a happier, smarter person—sounds too good to be true, right?

    Here’s how:
    Stress Free
    One of the great things about WebOS is you are clearly guided on how to set up your system properly. The LG WebOS Bean Bird guides you seamlessly through the start up process. No hint of the former stressful unintuitive user experience that starts the relationship off on a bad foot. Nothing ruins a quiet weekend than someone trying to set up a new piece of technology and failing badly.

    Games are good for you
    Research indicates that video games could in fact be good for you. Some games encourage cognitive learning as well as problem-solving skills. The LG Smart Share feature on LG WebOS allows you to easily mirror smart devices. Linking up your gaming console has never been easier!

    Watching TV can make you smarter
    When you are watching TV, you’re not only processing the visuals, you also take in the dialogue and music. This integrated experience means you are exercising more parts of your brain. This does of course rely on the caliber of program, but with LG WebOS allowing you to flick between apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and Hulu Plus, there’s bound to be some educational content out there….

    If you needed an excuse to stay inside and avoid the winter cold in front of the TV, now, you got it.

    http://lgusblog.com/newsletters/home...9&linkid=WebOS
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    [...]

    Research indicates that video games could in fact be good for you.

    [...]

    Watching TV can make you smarter

    [...]

    If you needed an excuse to stay inside and avoid the winter cold in front of the TV, now, you got it.
    "WAR IS PEACE," "FREEDOM IS SLAVERY," "IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH."

    -- George Orwell's 1984

    Winston Smith, the main character of Nineteen Eighty-Four, works at the Ministry of Truth.[1] It is an enormous pyramidal structure of glittering white concrete rising 300 metres into the air, containing over 3000 rooms above ground. On the outside wall are the three slogans of the Party: "WAR IS PEACE," "FREEDOM IS SLAVERY," "IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH." There is also a large part underground, probably containing huge incinerators where documents are destroyed after they are put down memory holes. For his description, Orwell was inspired by the Senate House at the University of London.[2]


    Go read a book, yo!
    ...
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    +1 on 1984.

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