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October 04, 2007



I agree with you, Cody, but I think it extends farther than that.

I think we're not too far away from a disposable computer, or at least semi-disposable. I like to think of it like a digital magazine.

You'd pick one up a magazine at the grocery store for $10, bring it home and download your profile. You specify what you want on each page, and it updates wirelessly. So in effect, you could have a digital Wall Street Journal that is essentially the internet version. Youl could roll it up and shove it in a brief case, put it on the magazine rack in the bathroom, etc.

In essence, I don't think we're too far off from having a new, portable platform for information and connectivity. When this happens, I think you'll start to see cell phones go back to being... well... phones.


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