Any thoughts? Is Ben right?
China is toying with the idea of converting public telephone booths into Wi-Fi hotspots.
The smartphone boom in China has left behind phone booth use in its wake, with most phone booths only being used once per day.
This turns into an economic loss, since these phone booths are regularly maintained. Converting these to Wi-Fit hotspots will help bolster the current patchy and slow 3G network, boosting user experience and creating more headroom for new users.
I like this guy.
… make me happy.
Sure, it’s not anything to go crazy over but I am very thankful for it.
After watching this you can now think of all the neat possibilities that exist for IRL push alerts!
From Torrent Freak:
BitTorrent is a great technology to share files both quickly and efficiently, but like all other P2P-technologies it has an Achilles’ heel.
The download process relies in part on central servers that can crash or go offline for a variety of reasons.
To address this vulnerability the first truly decentralized BitTorrent/P2P client has been developed, meaning that no central trackers, or even BitTorrent search engines are required to download movies, software and music.
This is a huge advancement and I can’t wait to see the technology mature. I think there’s so much about that type of technology and the culture around it that can be redeemed by the Church at large.