Tag Archives: Predictions

Cells phones – early demos & how they predict behavior

5 prototypes of the revolutionary Motorola DynaTAC phone

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 Continue Reading

Could Free Wi-Fi Be Coming to YOUR Neighborhood?

Free-WiFi spot logo

The federal government is hatching a plan to bring free wi-fi to your neighoborhood – and many neighborhoods across the United States – according to this report by The Washington Post’s Cecilia Kang. The heavenly view is that this would open up a world of innovation, and level the playing field for those who can’t Continue Reading

Will a currently living person live to 300 years?

I hope I can do this when I'm his age. Wait... I never could do that!

Apparently the futurists at Cisco think that somebody who is currently living will live to the ripe old age of 300.  That would *start* to approach the ages that the old testiment described for Noah, Methusela and others.  (Before the days of toxic polution and other threats to longevity.) These guys have some other interesting Continue Reading