Apply TCP-IP to All Things

This is in continuation of the write up earlier called a new OS. All peripherals should have a URL, all components like keyboard, mouse, harddisk, CDROM drive, monitor also should have URLs, like mouse can be /mouse then harddisk can be /hdd. if you need two mice then /mouse1and /mouse2.

All except the cpu are peripherals, a harddisk bought from the market will be just tcp/ip enabled no drivers, no software, place it on the desk and log in with your /hdd from your /keyboard. the hdd will allow unlimited optic lan logins. The cpu can be a no connector crystal ball like device with ferrite underside for power. and will be at the corner of the desk looking like a paperweight and do the job of a smart router. Most of the devices will be talking to each other even without the cpu being aware of that.

Apply TCP-IP to one and all - y2k

The peripherals will be same for any OS any Hardware, you can even keep one cpu running linux and another win2k beside each other and all work seamlessly. In case you need more view get a tcp/ip optic monitor from the next table and log on and you will have double the view area, and while you are at it the guy from the next table will take back the monitor you would not even notice.

You are low on budget ? to start working all you need is an optic tcpip keyboard and an optic modem, you are online, a two line boot LCD screen on the keyboard will enable you to send email and see them, the basic vt100 is simulated, then you buy a /hdd and throw it beside these, the hdd is automatically available, 0 setup. You now can download a 100mb file into the hdd, look no cpu. (in fact special cpus will be in all these peripherals, even now ms mouse has a pic chip and the keyboard has i think 8051/8749 like cpu.). Now what i downloaded was a mp3 file (only as an example, i like only the *.mid format midi). now i need to play it i get a tcp/ip multimedia optic box and roll it on the desk, a silly command on the keyboard or a hotkey the mp3 is on the speakers, look no cpu.

Now i decide to browse and buy a svga tcp-ip /monitor1 or borrow it from a friend. I can browse images and files on my hdd, still no cpu. Then you get a cpu and organize and manage all these peripherals and use a GUI for that, use an os of your choice, limited only to the cpu. Switch OS every 10 seconds if you want, by just swapping the cpu. or spawn a OS of your choice from the HDD for that session.

Just forget about all that, buy a handheld with a jerky patchy LCD and sit in a supermarket and browse a site, and while you are looking at the hour glass indicating a chance of you seeing that site, a smart guy on the next bench will be checking the balance of your high security ssp456/gt23c encrypted bank account. The pygmies of africa are still happily dancing around the bonfire. You wanted technology now you have it.

Ideas of delabs 1998 to 2008 - First Recorded around 1998 - Part of my Y2K Notes
delabs Technologies.

2015 - These Ideas of mine are as old as 1998, Echoing now as IoT or the "Internet of Things" today.

(Serious professionals should avoid it, it has the power to reconfigure your cerebral bios firmware)

Everything will be on the Internet Protocol - TCP/IP -  Around 2010

The Television of the future may just be connected to one Broadband Cable, it could be Optical Fiber termination. The Smart TV will be fully Web Capable, Browser, Apps and Games.

The Satellite Program download and streaming will be a job of the Broadband Access provider. He will have the programs stored at nodal points and stream to the TV that demand it.

Any tablet at home will be able to move from TV to Computer mode, by the Fling of just a Browser. All will be connected on the home WiGig network.

The Mobile Phones and SmartPhones will be things of the Past, just like the Gramophone. Netbooks, Nettops and Tablets of different sizes will be available to suit any function.

Communication by Voice, SMS or Video Chat will be possible on any Tablet or the TV or the Mini-Tablet Communicator in your pocket. The Phone Connection and Service will be on VoIP on the same WiFi, WiMax indoors or Outdoors. These will be achieved by a chain of modular mini WiMax relays. The need for Towers will be only in the Far Suburbs and Rural Areas. Then they also will be WiMax Towers.