Cancer therapy, where poisonous substances are used to kill off tumors, is a typical example where nano technology will allow a more targeted medication to enhance benefits and reduce side effects. Currently chemotherapie resembles carpet bombing with high collateral damage. Nano technology should allow to address those poisonous substances to cancer cells only.
"He pointed out that there’s a lot of “reality” in the virtual, and a lot of “virtual” in our reality. When we use a phone or a computer we’re still flesh-and-blood humans, occupying time and space. When we’re frolicking through a field somewhere, our gadgets stowed far away, the internet still impacts our thinking: “Will I tweet about this when I get back?"
I’m still here: back online after a year without the internet | The Verge
Nathan Jurgenson to Paul Miller from The Verge at a conference called “Theorizing the Web” when Paul disconnected from the Internet for one year to find out whether it was being online all the time that gave him trouble with his life.
"To me, writing is like breathing. The only way to breathe in, is to breathe out."
Stephen’s Web ~ Stephen’s Web
Same with me. Great article on writing daily that Stephen links to.
"With the HTC One, you can have Apple-quality hardware, a Samsung-quality display, one of the most refined versions of Android in the world and an all-around outstanding user experience all rolled up into one single smartphone."
HTC One review (AT&T): The smartphone that changes everything | BGR
There is nothing I could add to this statement. It is absolutely true.
"The One isn’t just the best smartphone HTC has ever made — it can legitimately lay claim to being the best smartphone ever produced by anyone."
— HTC One (2013) review by peter - gdgt