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By Phil Nickinson, Editor in Chief
Tuesday, Mar 1, 2011 at 4:29 pm EST
Yesterday we saw the Honeycomb statue arrive at Building 44 in Mountain View. Now Google's posted this video that has everyone buzzing. Yeah. We went there. [Google Mobile Blog]
Yeeey... so whats next.. marshmallow 3.1...
"Marshmallow" is not next in the lexical sequence there, friend.
Lol.. just following food and desserts... after all froyo ginger and all..
Yeah, but it's still alphabetical. We've got a ways to go to get to "m".
After Ice cream, nobody knows what's next.
But here's a list of tasty delights in alpha order.http://homecooking.about.com/library/archive/bldesindex.htm
Jello...definitely, jello (unless that word, in general, is trademarked?)
Jello (or more precisely "Jell-O") is trademarked. It's a brand of gelatin.
Actually, I think that jello is a genericized word and Jell-O is the trademark product. If this is the case, it might not be possible to sue anyone for using the word jello (within reason). Though...more thought leads me to think the next iteration could just be (as some others have said) jellybean and bipass legal issues all together.
I don't think the hyphen even matters. It certainly didn't matter when the (semi awful) metal band Green Jello had to change their name to Green Jelly.
who builds these statues, the google employees?
Ohhhhhhh.... so I.... mmmm... ice cream, i.... mmmm....
They ought to make the next one "Irish Cream"
That's something that people really will get buzzed over
Hey, AC went there first! :D
Jello could be next
How about "Jalapeno Chocolate Cream Cake"? lol
I'm going with jellybean ..just my guess .
Jellybean sounds about right.