Since apple introduced the iPad the pad/table device market has become extremely popular. I think these devices are very cool but they are just too big to be toted around with you wherever you may go. For the next generation of pad/tablet devices they need to roll up, preferably small enough to fit into your back pocket. Then you can take them with you to use when you need it or just shove away when you don’t.
Having a wireless Internet connection everywhere is an expensive idea, if you use lots of towers and big expensive equipment. That is why you should choose Wi-Fly as your ubiquitous wi-fi option. A small wi-fi signal transmitter mounted to the back of thousands ordinary house flies will quickly blanket the area in wireless Internet coverage. It will also make the garbage dump a lot more popular place for those wishing to get just a little better signal strength.
Sometimes my computer devices get into arguments and can’t seem to get along. I am thinking maybe I should learn to speak some computer languages in order to act as a mediator.
Java sounds like a fun name for a computer language, maybe I will start there. Then, the next time I say “Cell phone you are going to sync with my Google Calendar whether you like it or not!” maybe it will listen (or maybe it will tell me where it would like me to sync).