Friday, December 19, 2014

Club Med Zeppelin

Google introduces the Commuter Zeppelin


Look up! That's not a bird. And it's certainly not a plane.

It's actually Google’s latest mode of corporate travel, the Commuter Zeppelin.

After the formidable protest over Google bus and ferry service to Mountain View HQ, the tech industry giant has created a soothing new mode of transport for trusted employees, friends, and families.

And the sky’s the limit when it comes to in-flight services.

As you board the mighty blimp, deposit your ingenious doodle for consideration on the Google homepage. Time to kill? Ink your favorite logo at the tattoo parlor. Can’t make up your mind? Get a henna tattoo instead to give it a test run.

Grab a fresh-squeezed morning pick-me-up from the juicery. Our favorite is “Mornin, Sunshine” (pomegranates, kumquats, and figs from Alice Waters’s backyard garden in Berkeley).

Then relax, let it all go. Spirit Rock therapists offer a wide variety of healing services, from Shiatsu to Swedish massage to hypnotherapy and acupuncture. Still vexed? See the Google shrink for a quickie 30-minute consultation.

Don’t miss the Master Class series with Google Philosophers in Residence Deepak Chopra, Andrew Weil, Sir Richard Branson, and Tony Robbins.

When you land on the Zepi Pad at MV HQ, take the giant marble slide to the main lobby where more wonder awaits.

Rumor has it they’re digging a tunnel for subway service beginning in 2020.

Commuter Zeppelin
Service begins when pigs fly to the south bay.
Happy April Fools' Day.

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