Just came home from a restaurant, and got pretty much excited after talking with my friend how he managed to receive free video ipod just by using his email address. I had 3rd generation iPod with touch wheel in the past, but somehow it got broken (I probably bought it here WTF ;). Probably I could make good use if this offer still works. I never had luck with this things, but I’ll give it a try. Nothing to lose anyway. I entered my email to get this white iPod for free. If you live outside of the USA, it will probably redirect you to some cheesy smiley website. No luck then. You can try too, so let’s wait and see what happens. It’s 5th generation version that supports video (only white version is available for free, I think). Report your experiences inside comments please! If I get another one, I’ll probably give it away to one of my readers. Stay tuned for more info on my Free iPod quest. But let’s continue with today’s optical illusion. It is Google Earth related (not Google iPod).
But let’s continue with today’s optical illusion. It is Google Earth related (not Google iPod).Anonymous submitter sent me this strange Google Earth snapshot. I’m somehow picky with all those Google Earth submissions I receive through my mailbox. Am not sure why exactly. However, this one I found rather interesting. Anonymous said: “This is more of a glitch than illusion, but here is a cars “ghost army” from google earth. The illusion is near Sydney, Australia and Balmain, New South Wales at 33°51′ 51.63″S, 151°11’11.69″E” Not only is that the cars appear ghostly, what interests me is what are they doing there at all? I understand how Google Earth satellite images often have mistakes in layers because of different times photos were shot, but how did this occur? You tell me!