(Fortune Magazine) -- Imagine a machine with the ability to manufacture anything. Now imagine that machine in your living room. What would you build first? Would you start a business? Would you ever buy anything retail again? According to MIT physicist Neil Gershenfeld, it's not too early to think about these questions, because that machine, which he calls a personal fabricator, is not so far off - or so far-fetched - as you might think. CNNMoney
This is fascinating stuff, can you imagine the possibilities?
The opportunities to store your life are becoming more real by the second. Check out this story Fast Company. There are a number of new ventures that are dedicated to making you last forever. Well in multi-media that is.
With a terabyte becoming the norm in storage, it is easy to think that one could catalog there life; the good the bad and the ugly! It jazzes me to think we could one day leave our full blown lives to view for our children and our children's children.
Came across this interesting subscription based service. They take relevant news articles and or items and imbue them on t-shirts and mail them to you about every six weeks. At 32USD a pop, I think I will stick to water-cooler conversation starters like Bloglines. Nevertheless an interesting concept. T-Post