"Computers in the future may have only 1,000 vaccuum tubes and perhaps weigh only 1.5 tons" - Popular Mechanics article, March 1949
The above quote amply demonstrates the problems with predicting the future. This is because the future does not al
Microsoft, Google sparring over Twitter? Should be interesting... http://bit.ly/9JbJb
The explosive growth of Twitter has evoked great interest among both Google and Microsoft to acquire the company. For Google this would immediately fill the gap
In news today China Denies Involvement in Hacking U.S. Power Grid - http://bit.ly/Vtab5 The Chinese govt official position is always complete denial - but can you really trust anything that Beijing says or denies ?
The ambitions of the chinese is
College too expensive? Try YouTube http://bit.ly/uFFbo
This is a glimpse of the future of college education and education in general. The convergence of digital multimedia and broadband together with global connectivity is paving the way for a n