It's 2015. Why are we still talking about Will It Blend?
There was a time, I vaguely recall, when the notion of dropping a prized gadget into a blender and flipping the switch was interesting — even a little provocative, perhaps. It helped that the stunt was orchestrated by an affable older gentleman, Blendtec founder Tom Dickson, who was using the deliberately silly schtick to advertise the potency and durability of his blenders. Each video made the rounds on the blogs, and you moved on.
But that was a very, very long time ago. The dude blended an iPod in 2006. We get it; circuits and metal are effortlessly turned to a toxic powder when you put them in contact with a blade rotating at several thousand revolutions per minute. Besides being an enormous waste, I would venture that blending an…
Source:: The Verge