Tracking via mobile phone scares the guilty and innocent alike
IN AMERICA and Britain getting hold of a pre-paid mobile phone or SIM card (which gives a phone its number) requires little or no paperwork. For a small fee, customers can make calls, send texts and access the internet anonymously. Efforts to register users’ names and addresses have stalled. Privacy trumps claims that anonymous phones are tools of terror and crime. The Economist
Meanwhile, I walk by the ocean and watch the waves roll in, exactly as they have done for millions of years. Unperturbed by our human loves and frailty, our strengths and pain.
Meimei Fox in A Meditation on Impermanence.
More cofee, less creativity?
Instead of having to adopt an entirely new input device, Fogale Sensation, a small engineering startup in Geneva, has come up with a way to integrate gesture control into existing touchscreens.