- I'd rather not wait for something to download, or wait for search to finish, or wait for my CPU to process some tasks.
- I'd rather have all (ALL) my data available all (ALL) the time from anywhere. I don't want to say to myself or to someone else "I don't have it with me now" or "I can't access it from here"
- I am reading an article on my mobile phone in a cafe. When I leave the cafe I want to continue to hear it in my car, starting where I stopped reading. I will call this: 'cross-format cross-media continuous access' for now. I heard that Motorola is doing some 'same-format cross-media' work (listening to something in your home, then continue listening to it in you car then your office).
How technology is changing the way we learn, work and live: Social, cultural and economical implications of information and communication technology
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
For technology to really be useful
I expect information and communication technologies to serve me better: faster, easier, more intuitive. Whoever does it first will win my mind and heart.
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