As we continue to dive deeper and deeper into this post-PC world, I find myself thinking more about what things we used to find essential about computers that are being tossed aside as we hurdle towards the future. With this week’s news that Apple is working on a keyboard with literally no moving parts, it hit me like a ton of bricks: of course physical keyboards are on the way out. Just stay with me though and let me explain.
Let’s not beat around the bush anymore and start calling the cameras in our phones what they really are, cameras. Yup, they’re just plain old cameras. There’s no longer a need to specify that they’re not a “real camera” anymore. I know it’s semantics, but I think it’s important to realize what these things have become over the past 8 years.
There was a time when pop up advertising was the norm. You had to either deal with it or download a pop up blocker. Over time, pop ups became unacceptable to most people and it eventually became a standard feature of all mainstream web browsers…
If you really are serious about standing up for the average retail employee, stay home this Thanksgiving and don’t buy anything until at least the next day. The odds of you missing out on a great deal is pretty low, so enjoy your time with family and friends.
Google made some headlines this week when they announced that they will be providing podcasts as a part of their Google Play Music service. Podcasters can submit their shows today and the feature will actually go live in the coming weeks.