Lamar Morgan 954-603-7901
If you ever wanted a way to manage your personal contacts - including your social media contacts - the best way to do it is via "cloud computing." And, that is really what those silly little Poken flash drives do. You touch hands between Pokens and they glow. Then, the information has been transferred back-and-forth. You stick the flash drive in your computer and send the info up to that Poken cloud and you may never have to concern yourself with updating contact information again. I think that is quite remarkable.
More recently I learned about a software program called Dropbox. What Dropbox does is updates all your data between computer appliances. No longer do you need to transfer documents between devices. What's on your desktop can be automatically transferred to your laptop and cellphone or smartphone. No flash drive required. And, what about using a library computer? No problem. Dropbox has its own webserver. Therefore, you can always access your data wherever you have access to the Internet. And, you can always be sure that when you update data one place it updates it everywhere you have a Dropbox account.
This changes the whole motivation behind having a back-up hard-drive. Dropbox may actually be more awesome than what Poken offers. But, make no mistake, the two together are a wonderful package.
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