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Apple reportedly working on smart home features for iPhone

Apple reportedly working on smart home features for iPhone | Quantified consumer | Scoop.it
Your iPhone could soon become the key to your smart home. Apple is apparently preparing to step into home automation in a big way, unveiling software that will allow an iPhone to control home...
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Makes sense, since the iPhone is already the smartest sensor one has in ones pockets all the time

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IBM's Nick O'Leary Demos Node-RED for the Internet of Things

IBM's Nick O'Leary Demos Node-RED for the Internet of Things | Quantified consumer | Scoop.it
Nick O'Leary presented Node-RED, an open-source project focused on the Internet of Things (IoT), at the last QCon London. The project, created by IBM's Emerging Technology team, provides a browser-based environment for visually "wiring together hardware devices, APIs and online services in new and interesting ways".
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A tool for interactive automation (the flowchart way). A first step towards automated learning

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New 'Reporter' iOS App Colors Your Quantified Self | CIO Blogs

New 'Reporter' iOS App Colors Your Quantified Self | CIO Blogs | Quantified consumer | Scoop.it
He's a former member of Facebook's product design team and a quantified-self enthusiast. Felton told The Verge he spent 79 hours gathering data about himself in 2012 and made a book on his findings. Reporter is based on ...
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Focuses on the *declared* quantified self.

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Film theory: Cognitivism

Film theory: Cognitivism | Quantified consumer | Scoop.it
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Minerva’s Night Out: Philosophy, Pop Culture, and Moving Pictures. seems like an interesting book about emotions in the cinema

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Why Gadgets in the Internet of Things Must Be Programmed to Die | Enterprise | WIRED

Why Gadgets in the Internet of Things Must Be Programmed to Die | Enterprise | WIRED | Quantified consumer | Scoop.it
Everyone's talking about the internet of things. They talk about smart lightbulbs programmed to glow purple when it rains, and smoke detectors that do email alerts, and routers that network our houses. But there's one thing they're not talking about, and that could be a problem. No one is asking whether these devices should also be programmed to die when they get old.
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#IoT poses a couple of new issues: how to manage the end of a product's life-cycle

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