Visions of the future

Paul talks about the state of computing, past, present, and future, in The Ghosts of Online Travel Information, a glorious essay. I skip-read it at first and thought that the “future” section was actually what he was doing at the moment and was deeply envious. The wireless LAN thing and having a blog post automatically happen is entirely possible, and just as soon as I get the money to go wireless and get a new Zaurus (still waiting on the insurance company) I could be doing that. The freely-available wireless travel service at railway stations, however, isn’t quite there yet, but it’d be nice if it were, wouldn’t it? Why can’t I live in a world like this describes, eh? ——-

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