I’m on my 30th minute of a conversation with Alienware at the moment. These guys support is awful. Makes me ashamed that I ever believed the hype. I could build a better computer even if I couldn’t build it any cheaper.
what would I change about me if the technology existed?
– ability to listen to radio without headphones
– ability to engage in phone conversations without headphones or microphones
– fix my sight so I don’t need glasses
– provide zoom to 1 mile distance
– provide 1 hour camcorder recording
– provide 1 gb still photographs
– measurement of all calories consumed
– avg hr, resting hr, peak hr
– GPS enhanced distance coverage/mapping
– virus screening
– understanding of all languages
emergency 911 information
– next of kin and guarantee of insurance
harder questions abound:
If I could train without shin splints would I do it?
and it leads to much harder questions like:
If I could be in shape without training and purely through augmentation would I do so?
I don’t know.
intriguing. I hope he keeps posting. I’ve got to talk to this guy about media ownership.
it’s not until a few companies are held responsible civilly for security flaws that they’ll begin to understand their customers legal rights.
the impetus of this change is on enough pissed off customers and not on the legislation or executive branches. just my opinion.
a few years late for 1984: http://www.kuro5hin.org/story/2004/7/2/7
since I’m on-call and bored. I went to the late show of The Terminal.
It was alright. A bit cute…a bit sad… didn’t really slay me. It had moments but I was hoping for more.
What was really funny was that when I bought the ticket the girl had to call the manager to tell them that someone was seeing the movie, so they’d have to send the projectionist down to that theater. And I was the only one there the whole time. It was kind of funny.