Thanks to the cloud, there’s basically no reason to lose important data ever again. Photos, phone numbers, videos, music – not only can you now store it out there in the ether but, in doing so, you open it up to a whole new world of possibilities, collaboration and accessibility.
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/83346641@N00/4617759902] I never thought the Fitbit would exactly change my life – indeed, I bought it over the competition precisely because it was the cheapest way to dip my toe in the water of the ‘quantified self’ [https://plus.google.com/107128067330174980092/posts/jDpJV4S5Hyw]
Day in day out we’re bombarded with companies telling us how important it is to remove the barriers between us and our information. The iPad, for instance, offers to put the web in the palm of your hands. No browser, no operating system, no hardware, just the web, flopping