Google gulp

1. How does Google Gulp work?
2. Wait, you say that Auto-Drink changes the chemical composition of my brain?
3. Isn't it dangerous?
4. What if I do not want to use Auto-Drink?
5. Shouldn't Auto-Drink be turned off by default?
6. Yes
7. Where can I get Google Gulp?
8. Can't you just give Google Gulp to everyone?
9. I mean, isn't the invite system stupid?
10. Will Google release more food products?
11. When will Google Gulp come out of beta?

1. How does Google Gulp work?
To fully understand the answer to this question, you must have a Ph.D. (from Stanford). In short, our brain processes data by sending electrical pulses, called neurotransmitters, between billions of neurons using axons stretched between synapses just like buses following a route between stops or mp3 files illegally transferred between teenagers. The molecular composition of which Google Gulp consists of accelerates this process with various amazing manipulations and tricks at the neurochemical level, reducing the activity of enzyme-monamine oxidase. Think faster and feel better.
And that's not it! Using a patented real-time DNA scanner, Auto-Drink ™, Google Gulp can scan your gene profile, reconfigure its molecular composition on the fly and delicately change the complex interweaving of axons in the brain to help accelerate cognitive processes.

2. Wait, you say that Auto-Drink ™ changes the chemical composition of my brain?
Well, yes, but for the better.

3. Isn't it dangerous?
None of our laboratory rats that we have been drinking with this drink for eight months have not yet sat back, which is encouraging. In any case, the moment you open the Gulp lid, you transmit a wireless signal to Google’s servers, confirming the unconditional acceptance of the Google Gulp license agreement, which includes the possibility, albeit weak, of hidden genetic mutations resulting from the use of this product. True, we are confident enough that you will not die.

4. What if I do not want to use Auto-Drink?
No problem, just turn off Aut-Drink in your Google Gulp settings.

5. Should Auto-Drink ™ not be turned off by default?
Do you think that we should disable a very important chip just because of bad PR?

6. Yes.
Good.

7. Where can I get Google Gulp?
This limited-release beta product is available to anyone who brings a used Google Gulp bottle cap to a local distributor. If you do not have Gulp caps, ask one from a friend.

8. And if my friends do not have the Google Gulp cover for me? Can't you just give Google Gulp to everyone?
We thought about it, but you must understand that there are many things that need to be solved before distributing it.

9. Isn't the invite system stupid?
Dude, you never seem to have heard of viral marketing.

10. Will Google release more food products?
As a rule, Google does not comment on future products, but ... just say that the taste of a cool, refreshing drink will not be completely complete without, say, chips and syrup, right?

11. When will Google Gulp come out of beta?
Man, if you push us, it will only bother us. We will finish when we are ready. Also, what's the advantage if things come out of beta? It kills all the romance, a sense of trial, opportunity, the right to research. Carpe diem you know Maybe we have already seen enough of all these companies that thoughtlessly jumping to version 1.0, believing that their product is perfect and all that - and the next thing they learn is the same release from some plagiarist from Redmond. Management convenes an emergency meeting and the CEO begins to feverishly nonsense about a “new direction” and a “return to basics." No thanks. We value our freedom.

http://www.google.com/googlegulp/faq.html