Springfield, MO – In an attempt to battle against Facebook’s purchase of Instagram, Google is planning to release a new ironic view on life in their online maps program. Google’s new Hipster view is planned to be released in early 2013 but Ozarkers are getting an early glimpse at the newest technology used to capture the unique view on life. The Google Hipster car sports a large pair of trademark black geek-chic frames over the camera lens.
“I seen that Google car driving around and figured someone was a playin’ a joke on it,” said Newton Arthur, 87 of Springfield. The giant eyeglasses of increasing coolness and size are placed upon the camera lens to identify areas of interest for local and visiting hipsters to the area, such as independent art galleries or indie movie houses.
A Google spokesperson confirmed that when the Hipster view is selected on Google Maps a wide selection of filters are available including: Camero, Rise and Shine, Roaster or 1976. The soft glow street view will help Hipsters identify attractions such as beer gardens that serve PBR in cans, live music locations featuring bands that you’ve never heard of and locations where second hand or vintage
clothing is sold.
“I was looking for a great place to pass out, if I had access to Google Hipster view I could have found the perfect spot. Instead I wound up in a forbidden zone, nowhere near the part-time editorial assistant position that I was interviewing for in the morning,” said Champ Lewison, a self-denying hipster dressed in skinny jeans, plaid shirt, scarf and beanie above black rimmed glasses.
Google Hipster view hopes to ensure that hipsters find ways to be highly creative, intelligent, thoughtful, and witty as they search for purpose and inner worth – at least in their own minds or onscreen lives.
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