Mobile devices and wireless networks offer possibilities stationary computers can't.
Foremost: informing us about nearby places - with things that matter - as we run the course of daily life
Earthcomber breaks out from popular yet burdensome carry-overs from big-screen web culture. In fact, Earthcomber makes people and machines trade roles.
Before: Manual searches require key-tapping, result evaluation, and refinement. Machines run algorithms that seek to study people's interactions and conjure up a personality to "target."
After: People create personal profiles with specific tastes, needs interests. Micro-processors run with it, seeking all those desires, all the time.
Result: Flow. Advertisers, publishers, people, places - they all show up perfectly welcome, all day long. And mobile device owners own their stream of opportunities. Now, they don't miss a thing.
This is the system and method Earthcomber adds to applications, media, networks - all those who understand the difference between a rain drop and a rain storm.