“My first week of wearing the Apple Watch has transformed my thinking about the direction of mobile and wearable computing,” Mike Elgan writes for Computerworld.
“It has become clear to me that we’re all becoming cyborgs,” Elgan writes. “A cyborg is a person whose normal human abilities are enhanced or magnified by technology. This is different from a person who uses technology as a tool.”
“While becoming a cyborg sounds unappealing, it’s actually going to boost health, happiness and prosperity,” Elgan writes. “In my week of wearing the Apple Watch, I have experienced three epiphanies about what the wearable revolution has in store for all of us. Here’s what I’ve realized.”
• Spontaneous knowledge
• The personal-area network
• The joy of becoming a cyborg
Elgan writes, “Resistance is futile, but only because the wearable revolution will be far better than we ever imagined.”
The three bullet points above discussed in detail in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: We’re currently on Day 18 with Apple Watch and we say “Bring it on!”