Photo: Courtesy of Google Naps.
Even though we're full-fledged adults, we've never really outgrown nap time. It's a sacred practice even if we can't exactly snooze under our desks in the middle of the day. But like many of life's problems, there is now a Google-based solution. Sort of.
Solving the siesta spot conundrum are Dutch-based creative agencies Kakhiel, Venour, and Biko, who have created Google Naps.
The site allows you to peruse the best spots for napping in your neighborhood. Users can also recommend and mark the best places for a bit of shut-eye on a map. So, it's like Google Maps — except way better.
Almost as good as this maps parody is the note the developers left for Google. The creative minds acknowledge that they shouldn't be using anything resembling the Google Maps setup, so they've asked the company to turn a blind eye: "Please don't take this to court, we only have a few hundred Euros in the bank. And we also don't want to go to jail because we're too busy with other things at the moment."
Such as, one assumes, napping. (Mashable)