Does anybody use vibrate function of the iPhone to give force feedback? A very short vibrate pulse could feel like a click, letting the user know when ve has pressed a key. It could, I suppose, be just as easily used as a rumble in games.
Confident of monopoly and interested only in short term profit, big Auto in the 1970s ignored the public swell towards small fuel efficient cars. Delaying the inevitable they slowly lost market share; the Japanese won that one.
Electric cars. All the car manufacturers have vested interests these days – delay, delay – but wait its too late, the barrier to entry has dropped, small companies can now make (or modify) cars that you can plug in.
Bring on home electricity generation. Centralized infrastructure bytes the dust.
With my DNA somevody could create the million most likely adult configurations for my brain. Calibrating the simulations against the multi media record of my life – gait analysis, word association, pupil dilation, semantic parsing – it should be possible to fix a probable state vector for everything in my head at some densely represented point in my life.
The more we can help St. Paul the editor the better. The Terabytes chilling in my Ready NAS NV+ are my soul.