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Jason Perlow
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ZDNet Technology Blogger, Food Blogger, Arrogant Wiseass, eGullet Founder
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The combination of positive, visionary #futurism with relevant social commentary distinguishes #StarTrek from every other #sciencefiction #television program that has followed it.
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The specifications for the new #iPhone and #Samsung latest #Galaxy devices are now official. Based on those specs, how do these phones compare for #business buyers?
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Your #tablet and #smartphone can be invaluable tools to help you stay out of harm's way during #hurricane season.
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Circumstances caused me to change to #Android handsets as my daily driver instead of my #iPhone 7 Plus. Now I'm not sure I want to go back.
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Upstream service providers should not be breaking basic web service protocol connectivity.
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Learn from the Crashplan #cloud #backups abandonware experience -- own your #data, in an archive-agnostic format.
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#Hate is back in fashion again. #Tech is no exception when it comes to being the target of our #anger and #frustration -- but this stuff truly deserves it.
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You'd expect better than a sub-Prime support experience from the presumed leader in home automation and Internet of Things. #amazon #alexa
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How #containers will transform #Windows 10 in the next three years
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Back during the holiday #shopping season of 2011, when the iPad and Siri were new, and the #Amazon Echo, Uber and drone deliveries were just a figment of our imagination, I wrote a speculative piece about what the #future of shopping might be like, ten years in the future, from the perspective of a typical up-market consumer, named "Mindy."

With the proposed $14B purchase of Whole Foods by Amazon some six years later I thought it might be a good time for us to see if the technologies and market trends that were brought up in this fanciful but near-futuristic piece are any closer to reality in June of 2017.
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