I don’t know about you, but I’m always looking for ways to get a little more informed.
I was recently able to find a bunch of interesting fake news articles in Google search results that I could click on and read more.
I could even type the article in the search bar to find out what other sites had published the article.
But I wasn’t the only one, and I’ve seen plenty of posts that have since been deleted or that have been updated.
One of the most popular stories I found was about a new product called “The Real Real Life” from the marketing firm Taggart.
Taggart’s website advertises its product as “a digital home for all things real-life”.
The company, which is based in the UK, says it has the technology to “create real life scenarios” for clients and “empower users to discover real life opportunities”.
Its slogan is “Live Real Life.”
So what is this product all about?
The Real Life product has a host of products ranging from a “reality app” to a “virtual reality experience.”
I could click a link on the Taggarts website to see a video about its product, or click on the product on the app to find information about the real life experiences it claims to offer.
The real life experience Taggards “reality-based” products can offer is the “Real Life Experience” or “RLE” which Taggarst claims is “the perfect companion to your daily routine” and is also referred to as a “fantasy game”.
The Taggast product page says: “The RLE offers a virtual reality experience of your real life.
You can relive your daily life, meet new people and find your way to the most rewarding and creative moments.”
The website also says it “takes the realism out of life,” saying “reality is never static and never has to be.
Real life is the world you live in, the places you love and the experiences you make with others.”
Taggarts “reality experience” includes a range of features including a virtual kitchen and a reality TV show.
I have yet to find an actual product listing on the company’s website.
Another product Taggarths advertises is “RealLife for Your Home” which promises “real life opportunities that will inspire you to live your life and make a difference in the world.
Real Life is the place to live.”
A third product Tagart offers is a “Virtual Reality Experiences” which claims to be a “dreaming room with an array of digital tools to help you connect to the real world.”
In the description of this product, the company says it offers “the most authentic experience of living in virtual reality” and says it can help people “connect with their real world and feel connected to other people.”
Tagarts “virtual-reality experience,” is a product that “reinforces the reality of your life.”
But the company does not say what kind of “reality” it is trying to create.
If you click on any of the products listed on Taggestart, you will find a link that will take you to a site where you can view the product in full.
There you can see the product’s description, the full product description, a description of the product and a link to download a copy of the application.
It is a little confusing at first glance, but after a little research I found a way to find more information.
When I clicked on the “real world” link, I was directed to a page that had a video from Taggarton’s Real Life experience.
What I found on this video was a little bit hard to explain.
At first, I thought it was a promotional video for a product Tagged as a Real Life, Real Life Experience, or Real Life VR Experience.
Then I realized it was really a video for the Tagging of a product, a product I had never heard of before.
Once I realized this, I realized the product was actually just a marketing video.
That’s when I decided to check out the company and find out more about what TaggART is.
A few minutes after I clicked the link, a message popped up on my screen telling me I needed to “add more information to your search.”
After that, I did as directed.
This is where I started to see some inconsistencies.
For example, the Tagged product description and the Real Life video did not say that it was only a video, or that it wasn’t a product.
Instead, they said it was “a product” that was “based on real life” and that it offered “virtual life experiences.”
Then, in the description, it says “You can get a real life version of this experience.”
I clicked on that, and then the page asked me if I wanted to