The future of the tech industry: Could it move everyone to the top of society?


A Digital Earth delivers a new level of personal and company success when it adds today’s missing pieces and combines them. Active Knowledge knows you and serves up the best (optional) guidance and choices in real-time, as you do things. If that directs you to a resource, always on remote control connects you to the best electronic devices, and connected Internet of Things items, to succeed immediately. Then a universal, adaptive interface makes the online world’s resources clear and easy to use.

That’s a different kind of Digital Earth. One where you and everyone can perform at the world’s best levels, and use the world’s best resources. All the time, making it normal for you to be the best in the world at everything you do.




Think of all the different pieces of electronics that you use today. Now multiply that by all the connected devices in the Internet of Things (IoT). They were all designed by different people, each for its own purpose.

If you want to use them simultaneously, very often that just isn’t possible.

At heart, though, they’re all just digital devices. That’s it. Nothing more. The devices find, open, display, fast forward, edit, store, communicate and all that. The IoT devices sense, compute, communicate, store, respond and all that.

But with Remote Control Teleportaling (RCTP), you can harness your different machines — and others’ — and get them on the same page. Or rather, on the same Teleportal screen (or Virtual Teleportal screen).

It’s just as we had it with the Language Translation. RCTP acts as the electronic translator for devices and allows them (forces them, actually) to get along with you.

Sounds elementary, but could that change the future of the tech industry?

Imagine if you could use the electronic world and no longer had to buy a ton of separate devices, a ton of separate pieces of software and a ton of, oh, goodness, content like movies or books — paying only for use when and if needed.

Wouldn’t it be very slightly liberating if our digital world’s resources could be visible, shared by everyone, and even the device and content owners could be paid? Wouldn’t it be totally liberating if adaptive interfaces fit the digital world to each us, so using it became easy to do, consistent and clear —a universally useful Digital Earth?

Wouldn’t it be a different world if digital access means everyone can use the world’s best devices, tools and resources? And wouldn’t we be different people if everyone could use Active Knowledge throughout that digital world to perform at the world’s best levels?

The eventual result? Billions of people could move to the top of the world by using the best devices, software, content, tools and resources — with Active Knowledge so they use this connected digital world effectively.

Here’s one more small disruption.

Just as the tech industry’s devices plus the Internet disrupted so many “pre-digital” industries, Remote Control Teleportaling might mean a few speed bumps for some tech hardware, software and content companies. Their sales and payment systems will evolve when everyone starts using the world’s best resources, and those vendors still get paid for their use.

Because revenues will increase when everyone — billions of consumers — share a continuous Digital Earth worldwide, compared to selling one new customer at a time.

Will we hear tears, or a global sigh of relief?


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