Wouldn’t it be nice to forget your wallet — permanently?
That day is coming sooner than you think. In the walletless future there will be no credit cards to lose, no cash to carry and no concert tickets to leave at home. Already, with a few taps on the screen of your smartphone, you can order a meal at a restaurant, loan your friend 20 bucks or even unlock the door to your house (so you can lose the keys too).
Here are some details on the most popular services, including Google Drive, to compare them.
Ever since Google announced Project Glass, people have wondered what place the augmented reality glasses could have in everyday life. Some were excited about the possibilites of Project Glass — while others poked fun at their seemingly impractical nature.
We’ve decided to take to Photoshop and imagine what some familiar faces would look like wearing Google Glasses. How do you think President Obama or Lady Gaga would use a pair of Google Glasses?
Passing out business cards is quickly becoming passé
Think again before printing that 2X3 business card.
Chalk up another looming casualty of the Internet age: business cards.
Ubiquitous as pinstripes, the 2-by-3.5-inch pieces of card stock have long been a staple in executive briefcases. Exchanging cards helps to break the ice and provides a quick reference for forgotten names.
But to many young and Web-savvy people who are accustomed to connecting digitally, the cards are irrelevant, wasteful — and just plain lame.