On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Steve Cavrak wrote:
> Roger Lawson wrote:
> > I think Steve was one of the few who was able to get
> > Newton's handwriting recognition to work.
> Or rather that I was one of the few who though it was
> worth a $1,000 to give it a try. :)
The pains of early adoption... just ask anyone who was forced to buy the
PS/2 Model 55's back in 1991! Grr.
> Computing is blythly accepting a model of communication
> that is, at best, 19th century. The dominant mind
> set is paper, not electricity.
> Of course that's not true of computing when you take
> a global perspective. China, India, Japan, Korea, ...
> none of them are imprinted on the typewriter the way
> we have been.
> Future computers are more likely to have paws and
> ears rather than keyboards and screens ...
Forget all the crap... when are the secure, wireless and safe implants
coming that will tie with into the optical nerve for visuals and react to
mind commands and allow personal holographic 3D imaging to navigate
whatever you need to find?
I don't want no stinking robot... even if it's trying to emulate man's
best friend... a cat.
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