Death? No. But it might introduce microbes that you would not want to ingest. On the other hand, you did not specify where you dropped it other than on the floor. If that floor is in a radioactive restricted area of Japan I might say Yes!
Truly, there is no better reminder of the frailty of the world than when the Internet stops working on my Blackberry Curve……….
AUTOCOMPLETE DRIVING YOU NUTS?
When in this world of ever-changing methodology it’s easy to get swamped.
What happens when millions of people spend 10 percent less on new things and 10 percent more sharing old things or getting sophisticated deals? It’s easy to say that sharing is good for efficient markets. It’s not so easy to say that sharing is good for a growing economy that depends on new shoppers.
Via Scoop.it – Knowmads, Infocology of the future
Growing up with the Internet gives today’s children a very unique view on the way the world works — one that is vastly different from that of older generations. These kids, the ‘digital natives,” are raised with modern technology deeply…
Social media analysis of politics is going beyond that. A partnership between Facebook and Politico announced today is one of the more far-reaching efforts. It will consist of sentiment analysis reports and voting-age user surveys, accompanied by stories by Politico reporters.
For over a decade it has become easier and easier to find any piece of information we desire, making huge leaps in how we learn, do business and settle arguments in the pub. That process could slide into reverse.
Almost imperceptibly, activity on the web is slipping into silos, behind paywalls and password-protections or into mobile apps.
How do we find the information we want?
More than that – How will people find Us ?
Whoa. Is it a Camera? A Tablet? A Star Trek Communicator?
Polaroid just announced they’ll be releasing a 16MP “smart camera” that’ll run Android on it!
You’ll be able to play with photo apps, connect to WiFi, edit in-camera, and all that jazz.