The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It – or ubiquity

Wired’s Article is interesting as it acknowledges we’re about to enter the ubiquitous computing age.

We won’t care much about the computer devices themselves since we’ll be more focused on the world of information

Our interactions with computers is about to change. We already flick between maybe 3 or 4 different computers throughout the day. Laptop to Phone, to iPad, to desktop PC all the time consuming the same information (Twitter, Facebook whatever) just on different OS’s different platforms each becoming less relevant to the us as the information we’re trying to consume.

The interesting piece now will be what other shapes and forms can computers morph into to allow us to consume the information?

When You’re Constantly Checking Your Email, You’re Putting Your Needs Behind Everyone Else’s

I found this interesting and read it on Readability

As we noted last week, email is not the problem—we are. And it’s not just the productivity drain or the antisocial effects of constantly checking our phones and computers for new messages.…