This year, the number of mobile Internet users in the developing world will overtake those in the developed world for the first time. For the mobile Internet, tomorrow belongs to Asia - Yahoo! News
Mobile anthropology is a method and a mindset, not a science, that can be used to make sense of how and why people live their lives in the physical world through a blend of digital connectivity. Follow Sebastian Sjöberg - digital culture maker.
The IoT demands a layered solution, exactly like the Internet. We must first have an open means of discovering every device. Second, we need to be able to interact with each one, openly and across any platform. Third, through RESTful API calls, devices can discover and use each other’s functionality. Finally, and only then, can we build services that tie them all together. It’s not rocket science; it’s just the tried and true lessons we’ve learned from the Internet, but this time applied to physical devices, not servers. Of Bears, Bats, and Bees: Making Sense of the Internet of Things | Blog | design mind
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