Wow, the Google behemoth grows bigger and bigger.
'The cloud' will facilitate instant communication with access to info by anybody, anywhere, but that means centralised data acquisition. Is that
good or bad? I wonder how much legislation will change to allow g'ments to control or access this data mining.
I'm a big fan of web 3.0+, where we'll start to see the amalgamation of hardware and software. These latest Google products are fantastic for tech
Google's Android platform uses Java which is a powerful OO language where i envisage house robots undertaking mundane tasks whilst you're at work,
for example. Everything from roaming for burglary detection to washing your dishes, all controlled via a cloud app you control from anywhere in the
Twitter is about to broaden it's appeal by creating a Twitter movie! Users will create content, much like the the space opera thread, and it will
involve Joe Public and celebrities alike.
Google wave would be a great asset for ATS, as a farmer in Brazil could instantly make available a UFO sighting for all others to see, without going
through the rigmarole of uploading, then posting. We could view the World through other peoples eyes just with the simple act of clicking an
When we get to web100+, we'll have sockets in the back of our heads, where we hook up to the matrix and share of mutual holographic reality.
If we could capture neurological impulses in a server, then we can live forever by uploading our 'entity' and once our archaic body dies, we just
download our profile back into a cyborg and the spirit of your entity will carry on from whence it left.
This is more a rant than a response
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