We hope you hang out a little bit before you head out for the weekend; we've got some fun topics on the docket today. Our first story is likely a PR stunt, but it's still fun to consider that 450 customers might be receiving ginger tea via drone delivery at some point from Chinese marketplace TaoBao.
There's also a very cool wax exhibit coming soon from Madame Tussauds London: they've recreated 11 scenes from "Star Wars" visitors will be able to wander into, including the Mos Eisley Cantina Bar, the Millennium Falcon and the swamps of Dagobah. It's a multimillion-dollar installation opening in May, so you still have some time to dig around your couch cushions to foot the bill for the trip (we know that's what we're doing).
Lastly, NASA released a video showing astronomy fans what the backside of the moon looks like, proving once and for all that even celestial bodies can't escape the booty fad happening here on Earth. Have a great weekend!
Tomorrow Daily 125 [mp3]: Drone delivery, waxy 'Star Wars' exhibit, the back of the moon and more
Here are some links and notes for all the things on the show today:
- Alibaba's Chinese marketplace TaoBao claims it will be delivering tea via drones
- NASA releases a video showing us what the back side of the moon looks like
- Into It: DudeIWantThat, and "Better Call Saul"
- User Feedback: Your #TDVersus feedback, and our Phonetographer of the Day
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