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17 Things That Would Happen If Real Life Were Like “The Sims”

Chat joke chat joke compliment hug hug hug tickle tickle. There. Now you’re my best friend.

If real life were like The Sims, maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

If real life were like The Sims , maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

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And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health…

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health...

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Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

…except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn…

...except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn...

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17 Things That Would Happen If Real Life Were Like “The Sims”

Chat joke chat joke compliment hug hug hug tickle tickle. There. Now you’re my best friend.

If real life were like The Sims, maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

If real life were like The Sims , maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health…

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

…except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn…

...except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed


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17 Things That Would Happen If Real Life Were Like “The Sims”

Chat joke chat joke compliment hug hug hug tickle tickle. There. Now you’re my best friend.

If real life were like The Sims, maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

If real life were like The Sims , maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health…

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

…except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn…

...except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed


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17 Things That Would Happen If Real Life Were Like “The Sims”

Chat joke chat joke compliment hug hug hug tickle tickle. There. Now you’re my best friend.

If real life were like The Sims, maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

If real life were like The Sims , maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health…

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

…except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn…

...except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed


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17 Things That Would Happen If Real Life Were More Like “The Sims”

Chat joke chat joke compliment hug hug hug tickle tickle. There. Now you’re my best friend.

If real life were like The Sims, maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

If real life were like The Sims , maintaining friendships would be pretty easy.

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health…

And the greatest threats to your health would rarely actually involve your health...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed

…except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn…

...except for the occasional mix-up on a neighbor's lawn...

Jen Lewis / BuzzFeed


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Google Reveals ‘The Physical Web,’ A Project To Make Internet Of Things Interaction App-Less

tango1 Google’s Scott Jenson, an interaction and UX designer who left the company only to return to the Chrome team last November, has revealed a project underway at the company called The Physical Web to provide “interaction on demand” so that people can walk up and use any smart devices without the need for intervening mobile apps. This would make it possible for users to simply… Read More

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Facebook plans to add your health to the things it knows about you

Reuters reports that Facebook is soon planning to enter the healthcare field, following in the footsteps of Apple and Google by developing health tracking and monitoring platforms and apps. Three sources familiar with the company’s plans said Facebook had been holding meetings with medical professionals, and is setting up a new department to test health apps and services.

The company’s healthcare plans are still in development, but one team is reportedly looking into the creation of “preventative care” apps designed to help people live healthier lives. Another group has started to explore the creation of online “support communities” that connect Facebook users suffering from the same conditions. The latter idea was partially inspired by…

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Google Reveals ‘The Physical Web,’ A Project To Make Internet Of Things Interaction App-Less

tango1 Google’s Scott Jenson, an interaction and UX designer who left the company only to return to the Chrome team last November, has revealed a project underway at the company called The Physical Web to provide “interaction on demand” so that people can walk up and use any smart devices without the need for intervening mobile apps. This would make it possible for users to simply… Read More

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Google Reveals ‘The Physical Web,’ A Project To Make Internet Of Things Interaction App-Less

tango1 Google’s Scott Jenson, an interaction and UX designer who left the company only to return to the Chrome team last November, has revealed a project underway at the company called The Physical Web to provide “interaction on demand” so that people can walk up and use any smart devices without the need for intervening mobile apps. This would make it possible for users to simply… Read More

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Google’s Physical Web wants to make the ‘internet of things’ easier to use

When it comes to smartphones, fragmentation (or as some would say, “diversity”) isn’t the problem it once was — but smart objects? Well, that’s a whole new issue. Most products breaking ground in the “internet of things” exist in their own…

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