- Realizer: Creates real versions of virtual objects for people, from grog tankards to sports cars.
- E-scrubber: Works to undo or minimize the indiscretions that people accumulate on the Web.
- Unrealtor: Creates virtual tourism, adventure and retail destinations.
- Nano-decontaminator: Cleans up nanomaterials now being spread through the environment.
- Deceptionist: Provides tech-enabled deception services for those wishing to disguise their activities.
- Genetic dietician: Creates diets tailored to people’s individual genetic makeup.
- Geoscaper: Makes corporate and private properties look attractive in Google Earth-style aerial views.
- Unplugger: Counselor (or mental health professional) who helps wean people from excessive technology use.
- Eye pilot: Operates small, remotely piloted, camera-equipped aerial vehicles over war zones, disasters and other locations of interest on behalf of news services, nongovernmental organizations and private companies.
But a colleague of mine noted that very few people will want to be known as a “deceptionist.” It’s a hard thing to want to put on your IRS tax return or tell your kids.