“Visionary companies like Apple have better ideas for how we do just about everything relating to computers and media,” Mike Elgan writes for Computerworld. “They know they can invent and build the products. The big problem is convincing us to use them.”
Elgan writes, “I’ve written in this space before about how Google is systematically nudging us to accept less privacy. Now I’m going to tell you how Apple is transforming you and me and softening our resistance to the gadget future they envision for us all.”
1. Virtual keyboards
2. Mobile cable box and DVR
3. Apps on demand
Elgan writes, “Five years from now, your PC will be an all-touch, no-keyboard giant tablet that replaces your cable box and DVR and facilitates the downloading and installation of software one small feature at a time. Apple is already working on the technology. And — don’t look now — but Apple is working on you, too.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “brulek” for the heads up.]