Amid accusations of a sell-out by fee*-thinking writers, an internet search company has purchased The Spoof to create Spoogle . Spoogle recently unveiled its much anticipated i-eye TM technology which uses webcams to search a person's thoughts. Simply by clicking on any image of someone and zooming in on their iris, it is now possible to view associated images of what they are thinking about. (*not a typo)
The company claim that by 2014 the usefulness of this technology will prove invaluable with everyone on social networking sites being able to search themselves five times a day in order to make sure their thoughts are consistent with the terms of service. Social networkers are reported to be upset that they will be required to self-search only five times and have started a group lobbying for at least fifty.
Spoogle's new director of communications was unavailable for comment but it was possible to see what he was thinking by enhancing a satellite picture of his face as he played golf with Sir Fred Goodwin.
Why not try i-eye TM for yourself? See what the chap in the picture is thinking.