Our Cloudy Future

The PC is dead. Rising numbers of mobile, lightweight, cloud-centric devices don’t merely represent a change in form factor. Rather, we’re seeing an unprecedented shift of power from end users and software developers on the one hand, to operating system vendors on the other—and even those who keep their PCs are being swept along. This is a little for the better, and much for the worse.

Jonathan Zittrain: The personal computer is dead

How much computing freedom and personal privacy are we willing to give up for convenience? I’m less and less comfortable with the balance being struck.

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Daniel J. Wilson

I am a designer, drummer, and photographer in Brooklyn, NY.

One thought on “Our Cloudy Future”

  1. It going to be difficult. Technology effects us over time and individually we make a choice. My mom still does not use a computer but she uses a TV. We will have a similar thing going on.

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