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If you're familiar with Stanley Kubrick's sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey, you will no doubt remember the scene near the beginning where the black monolith appears amongst all the apes. Upon touching it, they begin to make significant evolutionary leaps, including walking upright and using tools (and killing each other with said tools). In fact, chances are you're familiar with it anyway. It's so deeply ingrained in popular culture that most people are at least vaguely aware of it. It's also been parodied and referenced in countless other movies and TV shows, including Pixar's Wall-E.
Well, thanks to the magic of the internet, we've found another awesome tribute to this particular classic. Last night on reddit a user posted a photo with the title "A friend's husband just built this iPhone charging station." The link led to this Imgur page, where you can see the following picture (click for full size):
This is just all kinds of awesome. Unfortunately, the image is not posted to any particular Imgur user's account, so there's no way to give proper credit to the creator. Whoever he is, though, he's definitely had a stroke of genius here.
And speaking of iPhones and 2001: A Space Odyssey, you're probably better off not asking Siri to open the pod bay doors...