- Upload your bike so you never have to walk anywhere
- Upload a can of gasoline so you never have to worry about running out of gas
- Store your sunglasses so you’ll always have them when you need them
There are hundreds of uses, but you have to ask yourself, “What’s the catch?”
This sort of service doesn’t come cheap. Topeka is committing highway robbery with this service, charging a whopping $.10 per kilogram.
If you uploaded everything in your home, you’d likely end up spending close to $30. Seriously, who has $30 in this economy?
Topekans Topekanites, if you’re reading this, please price your service for the masses! I’m going to go out on a limb and say that the convenience of having everything I own at my fingertips whenever I’m online is not worth a one-time payment of $30.
I guess this is one more technology that will be reserved for the super rich. Topeka – you’ve let me down.