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kq4ym
kq4ym
5/27/2016 2:34:25 PM
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Re: Happy IoT Day!
And once we get billions of IoT devices entered into the mix, it going to be not so easy to go on a "fast." Our devices all around us (and maybe in us) will be as necessary as food and sleep. Maybe we should think about that one a bit before going too deep into making devices a necessity of life?

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batye
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4/27/2016 3:45:45 PM
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Re: Happy IoT Day!
@kq4ym it depends on the point of view, plus quality of technology... but each day we are getting more and more connected... new reality now....

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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
4/17/2016 12:00:14 PM
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Re: IoT Day
Thank you, Mike! The problem is that ideas that stay dormant for too long may go nowhere. Almost gone, but have a lovely Sunday! :) -Susan

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mpouraryan
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4/16/2016 7:59:18 PM
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Re: IoT Day
Thanks @Susan--Google had the original idea "kind of" with the modular Phone & Project ARA--it appears to be dormant, though--the last update on it on Twitter was from 4 months ago--and as for Yahoo, it is a lesson that all of us who are in the Tech Space in one capacity or another need to take stock of.

Have a fab weekend!!
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Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané
4/16/2016 10:41:49 AM
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Re: IoT Day
Hey, Mike, thanks for the links. :) Blocks sounds really good. I agree with you that it will present some interesting challenges for the many others in existence. I like the idea of choosing the blocks that are useful for you only. 

And Yahoo. What can I say that I haven't said before for years. Yahoo has been dead for a long time already. 

-Susan

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kq4ym
kq4ym
4/15/2016 3:02:42 PM
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Re: Happy IoT Day!
The addiction to stimulations is probably not such a good thing for our brains. Now think about when there's "thinking machines." If they get addicted to stimulation, what possibly could go wrong? I'm beginning to think we not only need a media fast but to think without the stimulation going on all around us.

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dcawrey
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4/13/2016 9:40:43 PM
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Re: Happy IoT Day!
I'm positive most people could not handle a media fast. Most of us digest so much media everyday we're hooked. It's almost like food now - little morsels of information feed our brains with stimulation. 

Is this what the internet was really designed for?

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/13/2016 1:55:20 PM
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Re: IoT Day
What is clear in the evoling "New IP" is that companies like Pebble have to be better than the big players to survive.   This is especially as Pebble laid off 25% of its' staff.    There is also evolving players like "Block" for instance that will present challenging prospects:http://www.chooseblocks.com/

There is also the broader question that is so eloquently noted here..and I couldn't disagree with a single syllabus here:

http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/yahoo-proves-that-even-the-biggest-internet-giants-decay-and-die-20160412-go45sl.html?eid=email:nnn-13omn625-ret_newsl-membereng:nnn-04%2F11%2F2013-technology-dom-technology-nnn-smh-u&campaign_code=13ITE007&promote_channel=edmail&mbnr=MTA3MTMwMzc

 

 

http://www.chooseblocks.com/http://www.chooseblocks.com/

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
4/13/2016 1:49:49 PM
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Re: Happy IoT Day!
A privilege to join you @KBode especially on the political front--Especially as I have seen estimates of over 2 Billion Dollars in Free Media has been given to it.   We have more challenging things to deliberate for sure. :))) 

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mpouraryan
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4/13/2016 1:47:42 PM
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Re: IoT Day
We have a lot of interesting ideas all the time--no question.   The challenge is to harness it and not feel overwhelmed by it.   I am "kind of" dealing with it with my own startup....:))

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