even science fiction knew that this day was coming", amiright?
I like this new app it's a fine harbinger ain't it? I bet London/UK authorities read about this & had instaorgasms all the while they were getting their own developers on a similar glasshole app for any meat pylon that wants to vigilante-eyez for SECURITY because safety.
But the real fun comes from the intrepid Citizen Journalist® who first discovers that if they don't get to the Princess's car soon enough they can provide further coverage by looking at the Citizen Journalist® that did arrive first & asking what that was like, while in turn the one who got there fist can expect to see interest in their own resulting footage for people interested in seeing what it would be like to be interviewed by the second Citizen Journalist® to arrive.
Third & fourth to arrive can simultaneously interview each other on their respective feelings of failure & where it all went wrong for them & resulted in arriving third and fourth to the scene.
And So On. Hopefully we will see some emergency responders using the app, as the story about how they couldn't reach the Princess in time due to interview requests from blockading Citizen Journalists® would in fact be best presented from the viewpoint of an emergency responder thus equipped with the app.
Ha, this idiocy is Gold, Jerry!
iCNN will need a few terrabytes an hour for all the absolute Garbage that will become their property when/if this glasshole thing catches on big. Personally I'm waiting for the implant, fuck all that visible hardware.
But/And I don't even watch iCNN/CNN? etc.