The sun is shining, the breeze is brisk, and it’s a good day to be outdoors.
Say what you will about the mobile revolution — and come down anywhere you like about the state of the mobile web in the United States. (Yes, we’re behind. Nations with less invested in fixed wiring leapfrogged, and rightly so.) The real benefit of Mobile Computing with regards to Social Networking is not the shifting of space, but of time.
I write this not from my PC, but from a Blackberry on a mobile browser. It’s a beautiful fall day, and I’m able to bang out a sentence or two in between watching the kids on the playground. I can share my thoughts closer to the time I actually have them. Who knows how many really great ideas evaporated before they were adequately transcribed?
The Mobile Web gives users the freedom to be inspired where the inspirations should emerge – closer to where we live and recreate, instead of where we toil and work.
Raw thoughts can be just that — raw. But I can take it. I’m in a good mood. And I think I’ll move over there to the shade…