A couple of years ago I wrote about a family-aware clock much like the Weasley’s clock, developed by Microsoft – they’ve continued working on it and are ready to have a few families try out the prototype: The Whereabouts Clock. It’s kind of cool – but would depend on family members actually having their mobiles with them, on and charged. Which is probably the case most of the time in many families.

2 thoughts on “whereabouts clock

  1. 2ndhandsoul

    Nah, it’ll just become an implant given when one is born.

  2. Dustin Coates

    That is really cool. I imagine that someone (someone a lot more sophisticated than I), could do something similar with Twitter (though that would mean each person would have to remember to update).

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