Whizpool would like to take that argument one step further and suggest that Software = Dematerilization.
To fully understand this, we have to visualize two worlds. One world is the reality we know and live in where matter makes up everything--a material, static environment. The other world is composed of a
fabric of data that is malleable and always changing.
These two worlds, disparate, parallel reflections of each other.
Introduced during the 60’s, mainframes were the first step in connecting our “material”
PC’s connect the fabric world to our homes. The internet connects the fabric world to our social environment. Mobile devices connect the fabric world to our everyday movements. Google glasses, 3d printing and nanotechnology are examples of where the two worlds continue their race.
API’s through Apps, like Vevue, silently weave their way into our material world, directly attaching us to the fabric. We are on the verge of becoming one with, seeing and organizing the fabric world. This step will witness the realization of Andreessen’s argument--software will consume our world.
If you have an idea and are looking for development, now is the time to get proactive. The fabric world is making a forceful, indelible push into our material world. No industry, government or movement will stand in its way. It’s up to us to create the final tentacles of software that dematerialize every last particle, and
make us one with the fabric world.
It has never been cheaper or easier to take an idea and turn it into a business. Crowdfunding has helped and will continue to help pave the modern entrepreneurial way. Whizpool will help you create and develop your project, and get you on path toward raising your first million through crowdfunding!
To make your contribution in this merger of two worlds, contact Whizpool today!
Be sure to check back at Whizpool.com for part 2 of this article; Dematerilization = Enlightenment and the coming Singularity