MICRO CELEB 2005: Giving Microsoft A Run For Its Money
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MICRO CELEB 2005: Giving Microsoft A Run For Its Money

2004_11_19twins.gifWhy is it whenever Torontoist watches Gilmore Girls (which is finally interesting again now that Rory’s dad is back) we feel the urge to “D” up, pound the boards and feed it inside to The Big Guy? It is this very question that spurred Torontoist on to create MicroCeleb2005, a remarkable new software that takes any minor TV actor and matches him with another B-list celebrity, thus saving you, the user, hours of frustration. Imagine your delight when you plug in, say, Yanic Truesdale, the Montreal-born actor who plays hotel concierge Michel Gerard on Gilmore Girls and finding out his MicroCeleb match is San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker, who incidentally is from France. Try this amazing new technology yourself when Monsieur Parker’s team visits the Air Canada Centre to play the Raptors Sunday at 1 pm.

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