"What I like most about my job is the fact that I’m always alone"
This is cool
Thanks future. Two products which fit a lock to your door which means you can open it remotely with your phone. You can even let other people in when you’re not there. It’ll open automatically if you approach the door with the phone in your pocket.
I’ve wanted this for a while. I want to be able to pay for things with my phone, but not in a lame NFC kind of way, but in a really seamless frictionless way.
I want my phone to be the key to many things, my id, the key to my front door, my passport, and now it can be.
Check out this video from paypal, they’re working hard to make frictionless payments a reality.
“I always had an existential crisis, trying to figure out ‘what does it all mean?’ I came to the conclusion that if we can advance the knowledge of the world, if we can expand the scope and scale of consciousness, then, we’re better able to ask the right questions and become more enlightened. That’s the only way to move forward.”
I only want these.
- “There is nothing made by human beings that does not involve a design decision somewhere.”—
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- vivekpreddy asked:You and the Atlantic miss another major point in regards to Google Maps. When Project Glass is fully launched, Google will have true means to crowdsource imagery of everywhere, including inside buildings. They're deriving meaning from the physical world in much the same way that they derived meaning of the web with the original Google Search, and Glass will give them a gigantic barrier to entry to the project, allowing them to impact mobile in brand new ways. How will Google not win this battle?