Mobile Savings: Time, Energy, Money
We all know that the mobile phones we use today are constantly bringing us new ways to save time. We are able to get near instant information from people and even online resources from around the world. They allow us to textually, audibly, and visually express ourselves as well as experience other people's adventures in the same ways.
Never has humanity been able to "get things done" than right now. The technology is currently available to enable people to do just about any job from just about anywhere in the world. It truly is amazing to see how far we've come over the years in terms of being more productive because of the advancement in mobile devices and services.
Everything from the vast multimedia communications services such as Facebook to mobile coupons from companies like Cellfire are saving people so much money it's ridiculous. And we have grown so used to these services that we begin to forget that not long ago, free and cheap services like these once were sold at a fairly high cost, or hadn't even been thought of yet.
Sure, our current economic climate is quite volatile, but it's conditions like this that bring about some of the most ingenious ideas and being mobile is an important ingredient for individual success as well as the progress of large organizations.
The sweetest part about all this is that if all we did was save ourselves time, money, and energy it would be great just to know we were more efficient, but that's not were it ends. By using less resources, less energy, and saving time that can be spent elsewhere, we are also doing a greater good to our environment and the health of the world we live in. I couldn't begin to tell you how much paper is saved every second, or how much pollution is eliminated by saving the trips downtown by telecommuting.
There are just so many ways mobile tech has, is, and will change the world, it boggles the mind to step back and look at the whole picture and then focus on each individual piece that makes the system work. We have yet to begin combining the plethora of current and future mobile technologies in even more creative ways.
I have to say, it sure will be fun doing the world some good again thanks to mobile tech.