forward thinking about the UI
hrsawyer at gmail.com
Tue Nov 24 17:10:19 GMT 2009
> On Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 9:44 AM, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> wrote:
>> [Shrug] Outside of the USA, I'm afraid the rest of us can't fathom
>> your network squabbles. The rest of the world went GSM about 15-20y
>> ago; all our phones just worked, everywhere, so we have a working
>> world network. The US with its small number of monopoly telcos and
>> broken cell networks is like a museum piece to us. You guys were still
>> using /pagers/ a decade after they were history everywhere else, which
>> is what led to those hateful Blackberry things.
I think this is the curse of being ahead of the curve in technology.
So much money is poured into infrastructure while technology is taking
the baby steps, then it is hard to get reinvestment.
During the 70's I got to enjoy great TV in Europe and we are just now
getting the HD now. I still haven't updated my TV's as I am not big
on TV. So I am still in the stone age there. If I were younger, I am
sure it would be more important.
My grandson thought it was cool looking at HD UTube on my laptop, though . . .
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