When the marketers find out about it, you'll have a sudden craving for
spam on toast..
> You know...what about the "commercials" and product offers you will
> with your secure, wireless and safe implants?
> At 11:28 AM 1/23/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>> 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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