Dave asked on Lockergnome if the world would be a better place if we could all read minds… sort of like Mel Gibson could do in the movie What Women Want. This, to me, is an interesting question. I cannot honestly say whether or not I would want to know what people are thinking all of the time. I definitely know I wouldn’t like it if people knew what was rattling around in MY noggin.
Do you think that society would be a better place to be in if we all knew all of each other’s innermost thoughts, dreams and wishes? Would it make life easier – or more difficult?
- Best Buy demonstrates that there is stupidity on both sides of the sales counter.
- Which default iPhone apps still need some work under the hood?
- What would the world be like if we could read each other’s minds?
- Are you a home networking newbie?
- The first lawsuits are being filed against Apple for iPhone 4 flaws.
- Is it possible to cry in space?
- The Google-Facebook war is heating up.
- A study shows that many tweens and teens are clueless when it comes to online privacy.
- Should classic games (such as Mario) return to their roots?
- How do you organize your desk?
- Rest in peace, Microsoft Kin.
- If you were going to build an operating system, what features would you include?
- How the heck can broadband access be a “right?”
- Are you a PhotoShop fanatic?
- How do you keep your laptop cool?
- How can you build a home using a 3D printer?
- You know you’re a blogger when…
- Do you remember your first job?
- Are you surprised at hearing IBM has selected Firefox as their default browser?
- iAds from Apple quietly made their grand entrance earlier today.
- Alan Greenspan feels that the United States economy is simply in a “holding pattern.”
- Are you an Internet junkie?
You don’t have to be a mind reader to know what software and apps you should be getting for your machines and devices.