There’s a great article in the New York Times Magazine about cell phone innovation. The first part describes a very early demo of the Motorola DynaTAC phone in Manhattan. The DynaTAC revolutionized the cell industry.
The second part is a Q&A with an MIT professor, talking about how our cell phones usage can predict our behavior. It’s almost scary – not because cell phones can collect the data – but in how it shows just how predictable we can be. From our eating and sleeping habits to how we act when we’re getting sick.
I found the first part of the article cool – and the second part enlightening. What about you?