Wireless high-speed Internet connections offer the same science fiction Internet services that 3G promises to provide. What’s the difference? Wi-Fi is available today- and you’ll have to wait 2-3 more years for 3G services to be developed.
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The attack on the World Trade Center towers in NY on Sept. 11 has raised security concerns on many fronts. People are crying out in outrage against further security measures- online and offline . This attitude is also echoed by John Perry Barlow, an outspoken Internet rights activist, whom I have cited and respect greatly. Other authors echo this sentiment as well. 
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Approximately 70% of all users only use the applications included in a Palm, that is, the address book and the agenda. Be part of the other 30%. Be productive.
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In the Bible, The Tower of Babel explains why there is such a diversity of languages. Language could become as irrelevant in the digital age as stone tablets were in the Industrial Age.
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Wireless this, wireless that. Wireless what? With all the hype surrounding wireless, you would think we would have seen something by now, right?
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The dot.com boom, the dot.com bust; Andy Grove still believes in the Net, Marc Andresseen still believes in the Net and your garbage-can believes too.
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But do you know who’s there? Without presencial technology it’s like being in a room with the lights off.
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Why have companies turned their backs on strategy? Probably because most of the twenty-something dot.com CEOs weren’t even born when good solid strategic books were being written.
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Modularity works, for one. For several years now modularity has been a key in new product development: Operations-based customer-driven product development.
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Wireless services, 3G, SMS, WAP, Bluetooth, i-Mode. You name it, they’re pushing it out the door. This is an abbreviated version of Palm’s near future.
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