Charlie Chaplin Time Traveler Device Perfect For Branded Apps
If you're not one of the almost 5 million people who haven't seen the George Clarke video in which he shares his discovery of what he claims to be a woman talking on a cell phone in some 1928 Charlie Chaplin archive footage, then watch it now.
Time travel? Totally ludicrous, right? Well, that's besides the point. What matters is the potential for branded applications! Fuel Industries' Sean MacPhedran explains, saying, "Our working theory is that if this woman was/will be able to travel through time, she has a handset that can communicate through time as well. Most likely using some form of Quantum Entanglement to instantly communicate with her service provider, at a continuous rate of time from the point at which she left. This provides incredible potential for branded applications."
We've been wondering for years when mobile was going to make a big splach. Now we know it all began in 1928.