I would like to extend my sincerest apologies for presenting outrageously pricy gadgets like Motorola Xoom in my previous article. I heard it will cost 800$ with locked wi-fi, which you can unlock only by subscribing to Verizon for at least a month, while the price stays intact!! I hope they do not get away with something like this in Europe. I am quite aware of how much each part of it really costs, while Honeycomb is freer than air, and what Motorola asks
for this is plain ridiculous.
Also, from now on, I will not present or review any device which I deem is not absolutely necessary or is exorbintantly priced. So no Apple products either (perhaps only in some comparative pros & cons reviews).
I will shift my focus on cheap and practical devices, but mostly on scientific breakthroughs that could soon bring about a better quality of life, on both a personal and a global level.
My "Brain-computer Interfaces" and "Let there be light" articles are the most compatible to the
new route I will follow article wise. The reason for this change of heart of mine is this brilliant full feature film I
post below. I had seen the first two Zeitgeist films and had been excited by their ideas, but I somehow failed to understand how the solutions to the current global mess Zeitgeist : Addendum proposed could be practically implemented.
The third part of the trilogy gave me these answers I seeked. You should watch this even if you have not seen the first two, it is semi-autonomus. But if you ignore Zeitgeist films let me warn you; this film will turn the way you view the world upside down. You will feel that all these years you were inside a cocoon and all of a sudden you became a butterfly...