Mobile2.0 Universal Availability

    Do you know what has been pissing me off lately? That the people I need are inaccessible. I’m already used to the fact that with the advent of a mobile phone, theoretically you can find a person at any time. It seems that a person can be found (reached) at the touch of a button calling a mobile phone. And when suddenly a person becomes inaccessible and it annoys - “the battery has sat down again”, “in which bunker he (she) is climbing”, “this is all fucking (operator_name)”.

    I can unequivocally say that mobile2.0 will not be such until the end if the problem of the long-term operation of the mobile phone is not solved - after all, constant manipulations with the phone, the same screen backlight is active when you read a book on your mobile phone, play or surf on the mobile Internet, but there are also Bluetooth, listening to songs, flashes in the built-in cameras drain the battery. Well, or to the extreme, alternative methods of charging the phone, such as hand-held dynamos, solar panels with caps, or recharging using the heat of the human body.

    By the way, many probably have seen on the Internet an offer to buy an incredible 3600 mAh battery, for incredibly ridiculous prices - $ 7- $ 9 for a little thing. A couple of people who were led to this, said that they did not notice absolutely no effect in increasing the operating time of the phone.

    And now I want to congratulate us on the fact that the philosophy of absolute mobility, in particular absolute accessibility, is already roaming somewhere among us)). I’m talking about such services that allow you to find out who called when the phone was out of network coverage or was disconnected. Also pleased with the availability of services allowing a subscriber who has disabled calls (and SMS) to inform another subscriber to call him back. By the way, coupled with the latest service provided by some operators, the service of transferring money from one mobile account to another, allows you to quickly return a person to online. So, for example, a friend of mine when his wife used the “call me back” service (the subscriber receives an SMS saying that the other subscriber is asking to call back), he did not call back but simply put money into her account.

    In principle, this also includes services that allow you to determine the location of a mobile subscriber, both for himself and other subscribers with his permission, as well as information about the nearest objects of interest (toilets, hotels, cafes, car repair shops, etc.). Mobile operators charge money for determining the location; however, their location can be determined much more accurately for free if the phone has a GPS module, but it is still extremely rare in modern phones. By the way, it’s very convenient when you make an appointment for a person to send their coordinates to his mobile phone (I recently procrastinated this idea ).

    Summing up on this point, I want to emphasize that for the concept of mobile2.0 it is important to always be available, both for calls and for personal meetings.

    Written by me half a year ago,here .

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