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The Internet of Things - Taking the Web to the Everyday

mjays
January 24, 2013

The Internet of Things - Taking the Web to the Everyday

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January 24, 2013
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  1. The Internet of Things
    FINHTML5, Helsinki, 2012-01-24
    Taking the Web to the Everyday

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  2. Martin Spindler
    Co-Founder & Managing Director
    Internet of People Limited
    http://internetofpeople.eu
    Strategy Consultant
    Internet of Things | Smart Energy
    http://martinspindler.net
    [email protected]
    twitter.com/mjays

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  3. Martin Spindler
    Co-Founder & Managing Director
    Internet of People Limited
    http://internetofpeople.eu
    Strategy Consultant
    Internet of Things | Smart Energy
    http://martinspindler.net
    [email protected]
    twitter.com/mjays

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  4. My first job at Uni

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  5. “Sure. Let me tell you all
    about electricity.”

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  6. “But how do I find out how
    much I use?”

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  7. About at the same time…

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  8. “Web 2.0 Map” by Markus Angermeier CC-BY-SA 2.5

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  9. “Web 2.0!”
    “User Generated Content!”
    “Prosumer!”

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  10. “Prosumer?”

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  11. Not exactly what the consultants meant…

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  12. “But how do I find out how
    much I use?”

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  13. “But how do I find out how
    much I use?”

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  14. “What happens to ‘Energy’ when we
    think it with Web principles?”

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  15. Impact of
    cat pictures
    on the
    environment?

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  16. Web 2.0 = “The Read-Write Web”
    Smart Grid = “The Read-Write Grid”

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  17. Fukushima Dai-ichi
    Nuclear Power Plant

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  18. “Hacked Geiger Counter in Nuclear Tokyo”, Courtesy of @freaklabs / Akiba

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  19. iGeigie prototype by Sean Bonner, CC-BY-NC-SA

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  20. “The best way to complain is to make things” by Kevin Marks CC-BY-SA 2.0

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  21. “To read a book people will turn to
    their phones. But the web is where
    they will go to complain.”
    — Paul Ford, ftrain.com

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  22. “The best way to complain is to make things” by Kevin Marks CC-BY-SA 2.0

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  23. “The WWW project was started to allow high energy
    physicists to share data, news, and documentation.”

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  24. In short, to create a better document access system.

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  25. “Social!”
    “Mobile!”
    “Local!”

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  26. 10 years change a hell of a lot.

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  27. Transistor Count and Moore’s Law 2011 by Wikipedia User Wgsimon, CC BY-SA
    Moore’s Law

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  28. Graph of computations/kWh from 1946 to 2009 by Jonathan Koomey, CC BY-NC-ND
    Koomey’s Law

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  29. “1992 Laptop PCD-3Nsl by Siemens-Nixdorf” by Ulli1105, CC-BY 3.0

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  30. Metcalfe’s Law

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  31. Facebook Network Graph

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  32. Cost: 㽊
    Energy Consumption: 㽊
    Value: 㽉

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  33. “It’s viable.”
    “It’s feasible.”
    “We have a strong incentive to do it.”

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  34. “The first Internet was a place you went to. You dialed up or
    logged in. It was over there, and you were here. The new
    Internet is just here. It’s all around us. It’s constant, ubiquitous
    and pervasive. We interact with it so naturally that there seems
    to be no user interface at all. The new Internet is in our phones
    and in our homes. It’s in our refrigerators and thermostats and
    cars. It’s on our bodies. We ourselves are actually part of the
    Internet. We’re woven into the very fabric of it.” — Dan Lyons, RWW

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  35. courtesy of
    fuckyeahinternetfridge.tumblr.com

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  36. X10 Powerhouse for C64, 1986
    Thanks to @clurr for finding this nugget.

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  37. “There will be about 15 billion
    devices connected by 2015, and
    around 40 billion by 2020” — John Chambers, Cisco

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  38. GoodNightLamp
    http://kck.st/UEQn6t

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  39. “The best way to complain is to make things” by Kevin Marks CC-BY-SA 2.0

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  40. Arduino Duemilanove and Arduino Nano by David Mellis, CC-BY

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  41. Thank you for your attention
    and have a great conference!

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  42. Martin Spindler
    Co-Founder & Managing Director
    Internet of People Limited
    http://internetofpeople.eu
    Strategy Consultant
    Internet of Things | Smart Energy
    http://martinspindler.net
    [email protected]
    twitter.com/mjays

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