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presentTime == pastTime

I somehow never get myself up and running when it comes to writing articles. Why? I asked myself. We are all living in a highly "wired" age. Information has been up for grabs more than ever. We are all searching, browsing the web with our enormous tentacles. All that information can be too much information, useless information, irrelevant information, BUT apparently all of it is absorbable(Is that a word?). That keeps us unnecessarily glued to those boxes, wide eyed, waiting for that response from that nasty fella, who you just slam dunked with you wisecracks. time sinking, I'd say. We all have developed an very strong urge to go out there and meet anyone and everyone. Look at blogging,everyone(including me) is opining. Blogging is part of the technology that has been adopted so quicky and will be soon be dropped. We just created yet another place to say something. AGAIN! I have seen many lovely things come and go, to name a few which have been very appealing to me are
--Mobile communication(telephony,wireless)
--Google(they are the one's to watch!)
--Other things you’d wanna add

Everything that I see happening in the present, I tend to think that it must be so primitive to do it this way. For instance going to work. I need to get into a car and drive through the circus and come to a place which happens to somewhat keep me busy and distracted, anyways too many hurdles to be able to come to a point to actually "do what you were supposed to do".

All the cool technologies today we’re talking about like consolidation,HPC,vanderpool,virtualization,web services, blogging, vlogging(video blogging) are nothing but sort of end points to starting points to other revolutionary technologies that are the present and not this , the past which we’re trying to sell to each other.

I’d say dump that and dig this!

Imagine an Oracle database packed in the hardware ,delivered to you, all written,embedded in those little transistors, memory chips which you can upgrade like picking up a 64G mem card which is solely for SGA.

Imagine that you’d never have to step into that car but just step into that capsule which’ll transport you to the destination in matter of seconds(if not milliseconds).

Imagine where you could transport your thoughts (one on one) across the web! Wow, that’ll be revolution, that’s the present which we’re actually living in, not the past(where I have to retype my blog because webserver threw the tomcat jkoyote error destroying my precious collection of thoughts which I couldn’t recover)


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