Posted on 4/2/14


Well, you don't need to tie a sock around your doorknob next time you're on the express train to Bone City — there's an app for that. Sock-It tells friends and roommates (or parents if you're unlucky) to stay away by sending them a notification that you're busy smashing guts whenever they get too close. The app, suspiciously created by The Clorox Company, uses iBeacon technology to communicate with other Sock-It users which, in turn, keeps your private life private. Wow. A sex app from the hands of a company that specializes in bleach. Did anybody else not see that one coming? 

Jeremy Glass is a writer for Supercompressor by day and a delicious soft-shell crab when the sun goes down. 

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