Driving through a village is something that most drivers have done. Some drivers have driven over mountains, or perhaps even under a mountain through a tunnel, but how do you drive through books is something else.
Looks like that someone has solved this burning problem and given human kind new hope. Travel gear and tips blog Travel User Guide has posted a video on Vimeo where they drive through a village. Yes, a village.
If you look at the video, in the beginning there is a roadsign that says Libros. It is Spanish, and means books. So, it was as simple as that. Mission accomplished.
Here is the video:
Driving through the village of Libros (Books) in Spain from Travel User Guide on Vimeo.
I must say that it is an awfully quiet village. Maybe the villagers are all reading books behind those windows that are closed, preventing the sun from heating up the houses?
On the 8th June, 2015 Apple told that it is possible to create applications for the Apple Watch that run on the smartwatch. This is widely regarded as a mobile technology milestone just like the announcement seven years ago was when it became possible to develop applications for the iPhone. It also means that soon, we will see innovative apps on the Apple Watch, but even before that there are some useful apps for the smartwatch.
El Pais, a major newspaper in Spain, has developed an app for the Apple Watch that brings the news headlines with photos to the smartwatch screen. You may scroll through the headlines, and when you spot a story you want to read, you mark it as a favorite. When you are ready to read the news item, pick up your iPhone and the whole story is awaiting for you there.
View the video where El Pais managers explain (in Spanish) how the app works.
We have also reported about an app that lets you read ebooks on the Apple Watch.