Thursday, August 14, 2003

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I noticed that she is also using the gadget. I thought this toy might be good for personal broadcasting..., let's say emergency situation for sudden blackouts. ;) I thought that 1.3mega pixel is not enough for digital camera, you can't print....however, this toy is not made for the snapshot or something what normal camera can do better, I should say this one has much more mobility than each individual tool. If we want to do something better, we need a software that can use each device function. It would be great if this toy could have Wi-Fi so you can use internet software which enables map navigation system in the city, video conference on your favorite coffee shop, streaming radio at the park and so on. In addition, I want to build custom made flash-light that could have fuel-cell bettery pack to keep the light on....


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