Probably because of small hiccup called physics.
Because the caffeine keeps failing to come through
Actually, it was already though of. Remember Wonkavision?
Actually it’s called Wonka vision
It sounds like Gene Roddenberry’s replicator…
Give them time.
They have. It’s called a “replicator”. Makes Earl Grey tea too.
Are we talking Star Trek or Willy Wonka?
Will the coffee stimulate the computer to run faster?
Actually, judging from fantasy literature going back thousands of years, it’s all people can do to keep from thinking of it
Hey Rocky, watch me pull a coffee out of my Awsome-Net?
Oh, people have THOUGHT of it. They just haven’t figured out how to make it happen yet. Once, when I was a kid, I had a dream that someone reached out of the TV and shook my hand. Or was it a photo? That’s what Adam will be wanting next. Reach into a photo to get what you want.
Nature, and shoppers, abhor a vacuum. Unless it’s on sale.
Another small hiccup will probably be economics (the main reason we’re not all using rocket belts and personal aircars)
Thinking of it is the easy part. I thought of E books on small CD’s when fishing locators came out with liquid crystal screens. I thought of maps you could read on a screen in your car. But execution…there’s the thing. Or getting a company to listen to an outside idea…_that’s a whole ’nother thing.
It was called a replicator in Star Trek!!!
I’ve see crazier ideas. However, Star Trek did have the “Replicator” which was pretty close…..
Instant coffee, coming to you soon on the 6G network. (I hate instant coffee!)
A Kindle innovation that I’m still waiting for is YouTube links or embeds within the text. Any subject, but particularly non-fiction, could be greatly enhanced at critical passages by quick glimpses into the treasure trove available there.
Willy Wonka’s lawyers would like to have a word with you, Clayton…
Beer & chicken nuggets, and I’m in too!
Anyone notice that the coffee beaker wasn’t in the previous strip? Clayton’s getting there?
First, one has to solve the tricky billing problem (among others).