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(keitai-l) Re: (keitai-l) Re: Japan Mobile Info and wearable computing

From: DAVE MCCOMBS, BLOOMBERG/ NEWSROOM: <DMCCOMBS_at_bloomberg.net>
Date: 08/25/00
Message-Id: <200008251014.GAA28248_at_dg50.bloomberg.com>
true, perhaps, but the oxymoronic appeal of the phrase "wearable computing"
should at some point give way to the reality that what is being worn are hardly
computers in any meaningful sense. Rather, the devices are phones, cameras,
music players, address books, televisions, etc. That they happen to run on chips
 changes neither their essential functions nor their fundamental definition. St.
 Nick Negroponte can put that in his pipe and smoke it!
Received on Fri Aug 25 13:09:04 2000