Writing for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Byron Spice has an awesome article about the future of mobile computing.
According to Spice, people in the future will say "'Just think, people actually used to carry their computers around with them!' In this future, computers are so ubiquitous that the idea of lugging your own will seem as odd as someone today carrying around their own TV. With computers everywhere, why bring your own?"
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He talks at length about some Intel research called Internet Suspend/Resume and the recent popularity of virtual machines.
Even though Citrix is not mentioned in the article, this idea fits perfectly with Citrix's "Access" message (which frequent readers of this site know I like a lot). I personally really like the idea of never having anything of value on any client device. If Internet access is really ubiquitous in a few years, then why couldn't this idea take off?