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January 11, 2008

Jon Derum has an interesting post on his blog about giving people the ability to post comments on ‘blog bars’ (computer terminals at places of business). We really haven’t seen much of an evolution of this idea. We have a Mac setup at the end of the wickets where anyone can sit down to use it to have Internet access. When people know about it they sometimes use it. Some use it on a regular basis, others don’t bother. It does seem to be an issue of time though. People come in to do their ‘banking’ and are prone to move on once the task is completed. They don’t necessarily come to have access to the Internet or to the point made, spend the time to post a comment.

What is very interesting is to see how this ‘service’ will evolve. Will the ubiquitous iPhone/iTouch change when and how we will comment? Will free community wi-fi sites change usage? What happens when ATM’s become web based? Something is going to change, that is for certain.

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