Zuckerberg Post about iGrill Crashes iGrill Website
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made a post over the weekend about the grilling app and wireless thermometer called iGrill. The idea behind this app is that you stick the wireless thermometer into your steak, and it will send temperature readings to your iPhone wirelessly so you can keep an eye on the steak from afar.
Apparently, after Zuckerberg posted that he was using the app on Facebook the iGrill website received so many visits the server was down for two hours. Before you worry about the fate of Zuckerberg's steak, apparently the photo is something called a Fred's steak and it's supposed to be cooked that way.
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