Ken: I thought so too! It looked like something out of a sci-fi movie.
Sea of Glass indeed, where do you find these crazy things Randi ;)
Adam: Hee hee hee! I wonder! :)
Jill: I know--watching all that cool stuff ALMOST made me want to go back to work. :)
Too perfect, sterile, robotic.
Amazing video! I have a 17 month old and I can only imagine what she'll be learning with in 16 years. Thanks so much for stopping by :-)Happily following you! And the newest learner of a foreign quang ;-)
Auntie M: I was thinking along those lines when she got in her car and it addressed her. You've inspired me to take my thoughts in a new direction. I feel a new blog post coming on! I hope you don't mind if I use you as my muse. :)Sunny Vanilla: Thank you for visiting and for leaving a comment! I'm happy to have you as a new follower and am overjoyed to know there will be a new person out there using the term "foreign quang" at random times! :)
That was awesome. Thanks for the link. :)
Jill @ CMC: It all seemed so effortless, didn't it? Behind the scenes they had to spend hours programming everything. :)
Very cool! Thanks Randi for sharing :)
septembermom: You re so welcome!
You won't be paid for it, but at least you'll know that you have contributed intelligence to the universe...