A japanese houseplant has its own blog, and updates it on a regular basis:
If houseplants could blog, what would they say? To find out, Kamakura-based IT company KAYAC Co., Ltd. has developed a sophisticated botanical interface system that lets plants post their thoughts online. A succulent Sweetheart Hoya (Hoya kerii) named “Midori-san” is now using the system to blog daily from its home at bowls Donburi Cafe in Kamakura.
So what does a plant blog about? Usual stuff– politics, silly Youtube videos, punk music, drinking binges, soil pH levels, phosphates….
So if a houseplant can blog, why can’t ____________________ ? (fill in the blank)
The post "If a Houseplant can Blog…" was originally thawed from a previous ice age and melted at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2008/10/houseplan/) on October 15, 2008.