If Facebook hopes to remain a relevant player in the digital world, it better figure out how to improve its online experience for smart phones and tablets. It takes so damn long to open and update that it is often useless if one wants to do a quick check of their messages.
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- The Euro – good idea, but not everyone came to the party with the same idea in mind.
- Gasoline only cars – there will still be a plethora of gasoline only cars left over, but within a decade all new cars will be flex-fuel, hybrid electric, diesel, or electric.
- Paper business cards – instead we will have some type of RFID business cards that can be read by cell phones.
- Paper maps – as a map collector this one makes me sad, but I sure am holding on to the ones I have.
- Printed lodging directories
- Mail boxes – to save money, the post office will require everyone to maintain a post office box instead.
- Super-sized cola drinks – what New York City starts will be followed as obesity costs rise.
- Training wheels – as studies start to show they may hinder learning to ride more than they help, off they will go.
- Three-car or more garages – long overdue as starter castles start reflecting reality. Perhaps a separate bicycle door instead?
- Facebook – keep changing things arbitrarily without telling people ahead of time and it will soon go the way of myspace and digg. Hope you didn’t buy the stock.
- The BCS – this cannot come soon enough. Bring on playoffs.