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I would never take my family to Disneyland or Disneyworld w/out the unofficial guide. We have used it before, several years ago, and followed all the suggestions and got through Disneyland in a day, riding everything we wanted to ride. This year we bought the new one (things are always changing, so you must have the current book) and the plan worked beautifully - again we only had one day, and we made it onto every ride we wanted to go on, some twice. A great help!
I just finished this book and even though I was aware of many contextual examples existing in the world today it opened the door even further to this amazing new age we are heading into. When a technology shows itself to be desirable to both business and customers, doctors and patients, athletes and their trainers, and even employees and their bosses you know you will be seeing many iterations of that technology coming fast. Technology and procedures that make the world Contextually Responsive to our Needs and Desires is what the discussion is about. Think Google Glass, Sensors in Pills, your smartphone and software that takes the data these sensors and many more like them collect and make sense of it all.... then add in prediction and communication and you get context. When you need to be at the airport to catch a plane your phone can now alert you that it is time to leave without setting any alarms, there are many more examples but this one is simply "Google Now" on Android phones and has been released for almost a year already. Many people do not even know that Google Now exists and is trying to help them everyday.... but it is.
After reading "The Age of Context" you begin to realize that most peoples privacy fears are both underestimated and over-reacted to. We are already living in a world full of sensors collecting everything from weather to particle density to imagery and even more are used everyday to get us where we are going and to tell us when we need to do things we would forget otherwise. Some are even wearable sensors to inform us about our health and surroundings. My wife wore the first glucose sensor to hit the public market years ago, it was one of many things that helped her stay alive long enough to get a Pancreas Only transplant and be cured of Diabetes Type I. The technology is not perfect but it helped. Point is that your life will be affected by "The Age of Context" and its bewildering amount of intricate parts. Reading this introduction to the age which we are entering may give you a leg up on knowing where you can get help doing everything from catching your plane on-time to helping you stay on top of a deadly medical condition. Information is knowledge and this book has the insight to help you understand it all in simple modern laymen's terms.
I could not recommend the book more highly . . . I hope I have put that into Context for you.
I don't know why people get the wrong idea about navigation programs. This is so worth it, even if you can use Google Maps or have a GPS. Streets and Trips has much more than just a simply google map. First of all you don't need internet, so if you're phone or your laptop can't get connection, your GPS probably can't either, and then you're stuck in some rural highway with no clue where you are. Right? It's happened to me. This dosn't happen on Streets and trips, as long as you still have battery power on the laptop, you're not going to get lost. And what if you google mapped the way to the job interview in a strange town and then you're forced to take a detour for road construction. Again, you're lost.
This is like that wonderful good old paper map you used to keep in your glove compartment, except with this one, you can log on to the internet and get updates, calculate fuel usage and compare route times and do all types of things you can't do with your paper map, your GPS or the internet.
This program is great!