Tagged: iot


Some kind of commoning thing

Last Friday I was doing my “chronique” at CIBL and I spoke about the article Urban commons have radical potential – it’s not just about community gardens which goes along a conversation I’ve been having with Jon and Josée about a potential project to “surface” more of the ideas and discussions around the commons broadly […]

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IoT Future and UX

Two excellent slidedecks about the Internet of Things. First by Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, one I would say is foresight and business oriented. The changing nature of things: the present and future of connected products. from Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino And the second by Claire Rowland, about the complexity and challenges of designing IoT products. UX for the internet […]

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The (IOT) Revolution Will Not Be Televised

My friend Alex has an excellent set of slides which serves as a great intro to the Internet of Things (IoT) and covers a lot of ground. (Her whole Slideshare account is a gold mine of IoT stuffs.) The (IOT) Revolution Will Not Be Televised from Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino

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