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Shrimp Cloud Will Offer Anyone with WiFi a Terabyte of Shrimp Imagery

The future of shrimp is a cloud.

The shrimp-streaming service Shrimp Cloud has almost tripled its $100 Kickstarter goal with the promise of delivering the world a terabyte of shrimp content on a public Google Drive. A bizarre database of over 2 million images of shrimp is therapeutic, according to the project's founder Eric Dennis. "Looking at millions of shrimp pictures has similar effect to seeing Grand Canyon," boasts the Kickstarter page.

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