The Future is Now

2016NewsletterHeadlinemarch3.pngBY: LAUREN COSTELLO
LMCOSTELLO@ERICKSON.COM

GREETINGS…from the future! Well…not quite yet. The future is something everyone is always talking about. What are your plans next weekend? Should we book a trip for next year? Should I get the latest iPhone or wait for them to come out with a newer version?

Everyday things are changing. Software systems are constantly being updated, cars are getting the latest and greatest installations, and technology is changing quicker than we blink our eyes. How do we stay up to date with everything that’s happening? Better yet, is it even possible?

On Tuesday, 4 Oak Crest residents sit down to discuss things they think will disappear in their lifetime. The conversation involving the ever popular app, Uber, was brought to the table, focusing on how this app will take off for riders everywhere. Whether you need a ride home after dinner, don’t feel like driving yourself to the airport, or it’s just too cold to walk home from around the block (which I must admit, I have done before…), they believe this app will continue to get new features to increase it’s popularity.

Some other hot topics include constant software updates, using your eyes to obtain or give information, fingerprint scanning instead of credit cards, the increase in 3D Printers, and the use of windmills across the country to preserve the environment.

So what do you think the future looks like? Tune in on Tuesday, March 7th at 10AM, 2PM, 7PM, 9PM, and 12AM to find out! You can also watch the program online the following day at oakcresttv.com

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