News item - in no way is this WIPO press release for PR purposes - honestly, truthfully,
really, cross my heart, sincerely ;-)
Ford motors are introducing a new cost saving
safety system for their cars.
Drivers will have a blow-up inflatable pillow to
replace the airbag.
“This will save the customer over one hundred dollars on the
cost of a new car.” Said Vint Cerf, Ford CEO.
He added, “We got the world experts
on this - to analyse what system we should use. We approached WIPO as the world recognized
Francis Gurry, Advertising and Publicity Executive for the World Inflatable
Pillow Organization, had several good points to make.
“Yes,” he said modestly,
“we are world renowned experts - nobody knows more than us about these things.”
he explained, “the pillow that will replace the airbag is more space efficient, as
it will be folded flat under the driver seat.”
He went on, “When the driver sees
that a crash is about to happen - all they have to do is reach under his seat, grab
the pillow, hold the tube to mouth and blow to the required size.”
to close the bung, of course”, he said with a wry smile.
“Notice that the size
blown can be customized for the driver - who did not have this feature in the standard
airbag.” he said in all seriousness, knowing people had died because of this failure
in the airbag design.
“Obviously”, he triumphantly proclaimed, “the driver then
merely has to place the pillow between face and the steering wheel before the impending
crash - to save their life.”
He closed the interview by stating, “We are sure it
will work, the car will still go on the same roads, using the same rules - but the
proof of concept will be done when the car goes on sale.”
Proof of Concept
during implementation is bull* - it is done before going live.
To those that say
the Inflatable Pillow clearly will not work - it is equally as obvious that Sunrise
clearly would not work - without validation of data input and checking that trademark
is not fraudulent.
It is just as apparent, that Sunrise on OPEN TLD is a load of
blinking bull* propaganda.