The next generation of communications systems could be built with a sewing machine. To make communications devices more reliable, researchers are finding ways to incorporate radio antennas directly into clothing, using plastic film and metallic thread. And you’ll be able to POWER your phone and other hand-held devices with your SHOES, just by walking (And Anne Strieber’s famous diet book has a special chapter on exercise titled "The Tyranny of the Body," in which she states unequivocally that walking is the very best exercise there is).
We’re all afraid of "identity theft," and being spied on by our computers and smartphones–and even our toys–is becoming commonplace. If you want to learn how to protect your property, talk to a convicted burglar. If you want to conserve what’s left of your privacy, consult a convicted hacker. Convicted cybercriminal Kevin Mitnick can tell us how to avoid falling prey to hackers like him.
Not everybody is happy about being in debt. People who are looking for a job should be concerned that they are being rated on social media sites. Companies have long used criminal background checks when someone applies for a job, but now they’re checking social media sites to find out what their applicants have been up to for the past few years.