The other day, Paul Taubman (The WordPress Help Guy) commented on my blog. (OK. Not the first time, but this comment is important.)
Yesterday (and the day before that), we spoke about IoT (Internet of Things) and how it is letting our children be the subject of spying. But, even with all those vulnerable toys, we must recognize that there are some 9 billion IoT devices in use right now. And, by 2020, that number will exceed 20 billion. So, we are not just talking about potentially errant toys!
Now, you know about IoT, now that you read yesterday’s blog. And, for the life of me, I don’t see why everyone’s rushing to get these devices integrated into our lives. Do we really need a smart vacuum cleaner? An IoT toaster?
By now, I’m sure you’ve heard of it. IoT. Even if you don’t know the acronym The Internet of Things.
Last week, I got up and began my normal routine. Brushed my teeth, washed my face, and meandered over to the computer I use to review my blog posts one last time before I post them. Read a few blogs from others and help them garner some notoriety (via twitter and Google plus). Except…
I have been saving up this subject for a while. Because I wanted to be able to provide it a unique spin. Unfortunately, the spin is not really the one I was hoping to provide, but it needs to be discussed. But, first, some introduction.