Imagine the situation: you have been given a suite of mobile-friendly content by your organization. They expect you to learn the content, and then share it with others. You have an Android device, but not one with access to the Google Play Store. You get decent battery life, but not as good when you visit the church, bookstore, or the university. It’s not that you are at those places often, but when you get there and there’s not a workstation, you do use WiFi for a while. You are almost to the end of that content, and now need to start looking at how to share it. What are your options?
- Would you use a flash drive connected to a wireless hotspot?
- Would you install a mobile web server to your mobile device?
- Would you install it to a memory card, then share it to others via Bluetooth?
- Do you use a web service from which you and others connect to it via an application or API?
- Another method?
How would you use the analogy of a server and terminal to extend the reach of what you can do with ministry content? And once you have a point where you/content can be reached, what do you enable?
At Display Week in Vancouver. I wonder how things would differ if same attention was paid to interaction as presentation?
— Bill Buxton (@wasbuxton) May 22, 2013