Gearing Up for Wireless Revolution

Written by Richard Hsu

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Those who miss wired Internet boom, should stay focused and take advantage of emerging wireless Internet. It is a business opportunity that any wise businessman should not miss.

Here are a few recommended sites to learn more about WAP technology and setting up a site quickly and easily. -presenting users and developers with information related to WAP technology. - offering a visual software tool for WAP site construction . - providing frequently asked questions and answers regarding to WAP.

Richard Hsu is the president and founder of eMobiNet !. eMobiNet! ( offers one-stop mobile link service for wireless Internet users, WAP developers and business.

Electronic Disconnects! – Which way are YOU leaning?

Written by Ib Hagsten, Ph.D., CAC, Dpl. ACAN

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The microchip is only a 30-year-old technology, yet todayrepparttar chip doubles in capacity every 18 months (atrepparttar 133586 same or lower price level). When Henry Ford developedrepparttar 133587 automobile enginerepparttar 133588 US population went from horse and buggy to 90% of households having a car in only 30 short years.

No, I don’t have to be onrepparttar 133589 net. However, if I don’t get there soon I will probably berepparttar 133590 only “caveman” left who is not working from home, buying from home, being educated in my home, communicating electronically all overrepparttar 133591 globe, and livingrepparttar 133592 “web-lifestyle.”

My wife’s aunt at 92 asked me if she “could mangerepparttar 133593 rest of her days without a computer.” I assured her she would be fine. What I did not know then isrepparttar 133594 fact that next week she will celebrate her 99th birthday and continue to be mentally alert, inquisitive, yet not able to walk. Maybe I did her a dis-favor by seeing onlyrepparttar 133595 present, and not focusing onrepparttar 133596 future and what could have been … had I had some vision and foresight.

In summary,repparttar 133597 “webolution” is here to stay, to increase in speed, and to invade our lives. Are we going to have an open mind, and an inquisitive mind.

Dr. Hagsten is an international management consultant, who specializes in people motivation, technology adaptation, public speaking, and writing. He lives in the Kansas City area of USA and has travelled to 31 countries.

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