iMobile.com.au - QCommand Provides Universal Mobile Communication System
QCommand Provides Universal
Address - Q
14 November 2000
By Daniel Cheung
In a World where people
change email addresses, phone and fax numbers, and even their homes as often as
they change clothes, it is not hard to lose touch. Seeing
this social trend as a business opportunity, QCommand has come up with a
solution where people could have an easily accessible (and editable) repository
for their current contact information - the Q.
has created an Internet space where people could publicly post and update as
much (or as little) of their contact information as they see appropriate.
For instance, you could include personal contact information such as your
residential and work addresses; phone numbers (home, work, fas, pager, mobile);
email addresses; and even web sites / home pages. To access this
information, users simply enter their Q - a number that acts as a universal
address. This Q actually is an online address which in turn stores all
your other addresses.
this idea catches on, do not be surprised to see a Q or two on someone's
more information on QCommand, visit their web site: www.qcommand.com.