If you were to log in, you'd be able to get more information on your fellow community member.
>It may take the full 50-year horizon of this chapter to come to pass but eventually there will be a usable wireless Internet. When that day comes imagine Joe Traveler, getting tired after a long day of sightseeing, pulling out his cell phone and saying "show me the nearby available hotel rooms for tonight". The phone company knows approximately where you are, based on which tower your handset has connected, and they ought to have enough marketing clout to establish links with hotel chains' room reservations systems. This is very nearly here in europe as I write this - for example, already (January 2004) I can ask my phone what time the next train (or last train, or whatever or time) will be from the station nearest me to anywhere else. It will also give me live running info for a large part of the rail network.