Advertisement Why Sony technology scares me by James Kendrick Jan 9, 2005 - 12:07 PM PDT 30 Comments Tweet Share Post What I found in the kitchen this morning when I got out of bed: Advertisement The really scary part is how Rambo got up on the counter. Advertisement Advertisement 30 Comments jk January 10th, 2005 PA, http://jkontherun.blogs.com/jkontherun/2005/01/first_look_at_t.html PA January 10th, 2005 Did you see’s Terri’s post? http://kytiri.blogs.com/terri/2005/01/vaio_u750p_and_.html She has the latest version of the Aibo with a camera that can be seen on a computer. She has her Aibo sitting in front of her U750P with the Aibo cam on the U750P screen looking back. Both cams are displayed on the U750P…Crazy cool. Mike Cane January 10th, 2005 THAT explains why you bought the U. Don’t you know Aibo contains Sony Influenceware? PS: It also watches you while you sleep! jk January 10th, 2005 Kwon, I am still evaluating EverNote and will be writing about it soon. The most recent beta version is quite nice, BTW. jk January 10th, 2005 Bill and Kwon, my wife gave me the Aibo for Christmas a couple of years ago. She bought it used on eBay. Jorgen January 9th, 2005 Sony have made experiments to see how a(nother?) dog reacts to the Aibo. http://www.boingboing.net/2005/01/10/sonys_parisian_play_.html Jorgen Kwon January 9th, 2005 I meant to ask you, JK, whether you’ve looked at EverNote again. I know you’ve got Tablet OS but the continuous ream of paper metaphor is much like how a blog is run. My own experience has been very positive and I think it would add much to non-tablet Vaios. Also, have you tried any blnetooth headphones since installing it on your U70? Kwon January 9th, 2005 How did YOU justify buying THAT friend to your wife? Bill Kervaski January 9th, 2005 Ha! You geek! I can’t believe you bought a robot dog! I have two of them, (sigh) .. And an ER1 .. Two sumobots .. Astromech R2-D2 .. it’s pathetic, really .. I try to compensate with good looks. Maybe they’ll look past the techno-dork .. jk Bill p.s., If you every programmed Open-R, the transition is complete and there’s no turning back, you’re a geek. Greg January 9th, 2005 It’s the most funny post I’ve seen since I started reading about digital technologies. With regards, Greg Comments are closed.