Future of Credit Cards and Anti-wifi Laws

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Phillip Torrone writes about the future of credit cards. Oh, I so want one. Patrick and I were having lunch with Tara Hunt, Rachel Clarke, Ernie Svenson Adriana Linares (lawyer tech expert), and Chris Messina. Patrick leans over and says “can I have more money?”

“For what?”

“I wanna buy you a Samari suit.”

I say OK, and proceed to load $35 into Second Life, which gives him 10,000 Linden to spend (the suit was 500).

Maybe I’ll get him one of these new credit cards.

By the way, the other thing we talked about at lunch was the anti-Wifi laws that are put into place in many states to protect the telecom industry. Scary stuff. New Orleans is getting around that law because it’s considered under a state of emergency. But, what will happen when the state of emergency ends?

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Robert Scoble is the founder of the Scobleizer blog. He works as PodTech.net’s Vice President of Media Development.

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