When am I going to be able to drive my car home at night, park it near my house, and have it connect wirelessly to my iTunes.
Then it could sync the music library in my car with my PC/Mac ready to go in the morning.
And while it is at it my car could connect to the Internet and download updates for the Satnav and maybe even the ECU.
When I look at my family photographs from the 1980’s I look a lot younger but the photographs look a lot older. So I feel ok.
But when I look at photographs from 2000 I look a lot younger but the photograph looks like it was taken yesterday. Why? because I was given a digital camera in 2000 and so at that point my photographs stopped ageing. Sadly I haven’t.
The disconcerting thing about looking at the photographs of a much younger me in 2000 is that it looks like it was taken yesterday. Which means I feel like I’m ageing very fast. Or put another way, when I see pictures of me looking much younger I don’t get the comfort of seeing this in a faded photograph clearly taken a long time ago.
So my request to Microsoft and Apple is you need to make a filter that overlays an aged photo look to the browsing of digital photos. The older the photo (you know when a lot of them were taken from the metadata) the more faded. I obviously don’t want the original altered but you could place a temporary viewing effect on the photo – please!