Neil (nt) wrote,

I have so much stuff I like to carry around now -- PDA, digital camera, reading glasses. In the winter, I can put everything in my coat pocket, but I'll need to come up with something else for summer. I have a fanny pack, but haven't really used it yet.

This problem is only likely to get worse as I acquire more technological goodies (cell phone, portable CD player, GPS). I suppose it won't be long until most of this functionality is bundled into a single handheld device.

Then there's the cyberpunk science fiction idea of a direct interface between your brain and the internet. I wonder if that will ever come about. I think you'd want a really good firewall for that.

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