Re: On January 28th, Criminals No Longer Another Face in the TampaStadium Crowd

From: John Marlow (
Date: Sat Feb 03 2001 - 23:27:55 MST

Ah. True true. I was thinking it's necessary to prevent destruction
of the recording by seizure of equipment or a thump upside the
cyborgized head.



On 3 Feb 2001, at 17:00, Samantha Atkins wrote:

> John Marlow wrote:
> >
> > Uhmm, no don't tell me...
> >
> > When they're affordable and we don't need a wall jack for decent
> > connection speeds outside the Bay Area (and, okay, a FEW other major
> > metros)?
> >
> Actually you mean when they are well packaged. You don't need
> high-speed internet connectivity in order to perform the operations
> commonly that were what started this exchange: audio/video ubiquitous
> recording. Nor is this high end connectivity needed to use wearables to
> directly augment memory, filter sensory inputs and do various context
> aware tasks. It is certainly a nice-to-have and will almost certainly
> be present by the time (quite soon imho) when wearables are
> well-packaged and even considered fashionable by at least the hi-tech
> crowd.
> -s.

John Marlow

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