What’s in Your Pocket?

After seeing all the new pocket-sized internet devices at IDF, I started wondering what people were carrying in their pockets on the streets of Shanghai. So on the last day of the event, with Josh videotaping and Helen providing the translation, we went outdoors and asked people “What’s in your pocket?” It was a fun way to be blatantly nosey. Take a look at some of the people we met. Oh, in case you’re interested, I currently have a lipstick, a cell phone, and a hotel address card in my pocket. Enjoy.

2 Responses to What’s in Your Pocket?

  1. Lord Volton says:

    Interesting.
    I think this is predictive of what we ultimately must replace – the wallet. It’s really uncomfortable having to sit on it.
    As soon as cell phones can more easily handle financial transactions then the only thing we’ll need to do is coordinate with state governments to create an electronic id card that will replace the drivers license.
    An e-license.