Communicating the World in Three Inches: The Rosetta Project Works to Build Archive of 1,000 Languages

Written by Jeannette Balleza

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''We hoperepparttar process of creating a new global Rosetta will help draw attention torepparttar 149865 tragedy of language extinction as well as speed uprepparttar 149866 work to preserve what we have left of this critical manifestation ofrepparttar 149867 human intellect,'' declaredrepparttar 149868 leadersrepparttar 149869 effort.

Currently,repparttar 149870 archive contains 760 total languages, 938 unique texts, 5,371 individual text pages and 58 volunteer contributors. If you are a language specialist, The Rosetta Project needs your contribution! The completed Rosetta archive will be available torepparttar 149871 public via an intricately-designed nickel disk, a gargantuan reference book andrepparttar 149872 online archive at

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Can you anticipate the cell phones of the future?

Written by Keith Kingston

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Today mostcell phones come equipped with a digital camera. Remember allrepparttar oohs and aahs when that technology hitrepparttar 149371 market. Well it’s going to get better, you are going to have a true video camera built into your phone, which will be good for 10 to 20 minutes of record time.

Wait, there’s more! Cell phones are going to be able to read RFID tags, which are cheap disposable tags that contain information about a product. Inrepparttar 149372 future items in a store will all contain these tags and your phone will have a built in RFID reader so you’ll be able to quickly access product information. Sounds likerepparttar 149373 day’s of a live person helping you might become a thing ofrepparttar 149374 past.

There is even talk that these devices could make checkouts a thing ofrepparttar 149375 past. Of course that would mean we’ve also become a cashless society. I know we are almost there now. You would scan an item inrepparttar 149376 store, then punch a button to purchase it. Goodbye to long check out line ups.

But wait, they want to take it one step further! Your cell phones going to act as your wallet for electronic style payments. You’ll be able to access your bank accounts, and credit cards withrepparttar 149377 touch of a button.

Currently we’ve got email and some limited web functions available on our cell phones, but that’s all going to change! Your cell phone is about to becomerepparttar 149378 smallest computer ever built. I will allow you to do everything you can do at your desk top, withrepparttar 149379 advantage of mobility.

The list goes on and on. The creative juices ofrepparttar 149380 cellular industry are flowing fast. With wireless systems like blue tooth onrepparttar 149381 market,repparttar 149382 flood gates have opened. Your going to see cellular technology beyond your wildest dreams. Get ready forrepparttar 149383 twighlight zone.

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