Most companies have no clue how people use their products. A little covert observation could help.
Construction sites go wireless.
Think thumb keyboards and portable hard drives--not the overhyped notions of cell phone Web browsers and "pen-based computing."
The color-blind Web: a techno-utopia, or a fantasy to assuage liberal guilt?
What terrorist weapon is more destructive than TNT and more available than nukes? It's gasoline.
The trail's the thing: The Web experience centers on the paths we take, not just the destinations we reach
Achievements to date: Internet backbone, Web browser. So when Larry Smarr takes the reins of a new $400 million institute and starts talking about intelligent highways and digital genomics, people listen.
High-speed mobile Net access is on the way.
For big organizations, hoarding wireless bandwidth costs more than giving it away. Smell a free lunch?