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The practical and the prototypes

I have a bit of a split personality when it comes to technology. On one hand,  I love the new and bold: trying out new gadgets and thinking about how technology will impact our lives in years to come.  On the other hand, I love the proven and practical:  getting things done and tips to make life easier.  I decided to include a bit of both "hands" in this post.

The Practical:Hands

If you read Techbits through email, you may wonder who's writing to you right now.  Despite our best efforts, we have not figured out how to include the name of the writer in the email you receive.  But don't despair!  To find out who wrote a post, just click on the title of the post.  You'll see the blog post.  Scroll down to the bottom, find the "Posted by" statement, and you're set!

The Prototypes:

Now on to the wacky and new!  PC World recently posted an article called Hot Prototypes.  It includes pictures and quick descriptions of 12 new mobile computing devices.  It's amazing to think that the netbook that seemed so small in the TechBits video will soon be considered clunky!  My personal favorite:  The Napkin PC.  Do you have a favorite? Share it in the comments!

(Image credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nathangibbs/2382280832/)


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Cario Dashboard Computer is my favorite only because I'd love to read the warnings and disclaimers. This is a liability nightmare. This company's lawyers are probably working overtime.

I've enjoyed guessing who posted, but it's nice to easily see if I'm right. Thanks.
I'd did guess Stef correctly with this one.

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