Thursday, July 28, 2005

Wireless Turing Machine

The cell phone looks more and more like the universal Turing Machine. Now there is Cellevision too. It can already compute, photograph, play music and can even be your personal oracle. They remote control computers and household devices

To have access to all of my life and worldly goods from anywhere in the world is more empowerment than I am ready or able to handle. That said, I can't even begin to fathom the consequences or the myriad of entrepreneurial opportunities this can spawn. I sense a latent gold mine for those with more perception that I have.

1 comment:

Steve said...

I got rid of my cell phone about a year ago. It was a little too empowering and a little too empowering for those who knew I had it. I don't miss it. I work with a guy who is glued to his phone. He on the other hand loves how it is empowering.