Newt Gingrich – We’re Really Puzzled
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[Newt Gingrich – We’re Really Puzzled]
[Newton Leroy “Newt” Gingrich (June 17, 1943)] Source LYBIO.net
We’re really puzzled here at Gingrich Productions. We’ve spent weeks trying to figure out: What do you call this? Ya, I know, you probably think it’s a cell phone, and if I say to audiences: How many of you have a cell phone that takes a picture? 97% of the hands go up. But think about it, if it’s taking pictures then it’s not a cell phone. If it has a MacDonald’s app to tell you where MacDonald’s is, from based on your GPS location – that’t not a cell phone. If you could get Wikipedia or go to Google – that’s not a cell phone. If you could watch YouTube. That’s not a cell phone. Or Netflicks. Think about it. This device is something new and different, I’ve been calling it a handheld computer. But I decided that really was misleading because, you know, while it has the computing power of a 2003 laptop, it’s real power is not internal computation, it’s real power is networking. It’s connected to the entire world of information and the entire world of communications.
[Newt Gingrich] Source LYBIO.net
Now, we’ve been here before when we first developed the automobile it was called the horseless carriage well and it took a little while to get a new word for it. There are times when these brand new breakthroughs and you don’t quite know how to explain it. The reason this is important and the reason I want your help in figuring out what to call this, is, it’s real potential triggers a world of opportunity of breakouts that are gonna dramatically change how we operate, how we solve problems, how we work government. This can be at one level a great health device that allows you to constantly monitor yourself. At another level, it’s a great learning device for placing every text book in the world. And yet, another level it can be a very productive device for getting work done where ever you happen to be. Eliminating the concept of in the office or certainly changing it dramatically, and of course this is just a work in progress. This is – this is this year – the first cell phone call was 1973. The first commercial cell phone was 1978. We have been accelerating ever since in the capability of a handheld device. So we’d love to have your ideas and your thoughts. Please leave a comment. What would you call this? So that we could explain to people that they carry in their hand literally the potential to have a dramatic revolution in how we get things done and how we take care of our own health and how we interact with our government and how we are productive. And I think that we need to have a new conversation about re centering American politics and Government around the kind of breakthroughs that this makes possible. So we looking forward to hearing from you.
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