[Chugalug] weren't suppose to be up 30MB by now
dave at brockmans.com
Thu Feb 7 02:25:54 UTC 2013
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On 2/6/2013 9:13 PM, James Nylen wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 8:23 PM, Dave Brockman <dave at brockmans.com>
>> Odd, that's the first time I've encountered that phrase. Sounds
>> like whoever is spouting that needs an education in what the
>> Internet really is... a whole bunch of networks connected
>> together. Including the one that particular person in question
>> is using. There is no "coming Internet of things", the Internet
>> is already here, and busting at it's original constraints.
>> Enough obfuscation already.
> s/heard/read on Arse Technica or similar sites/
> Anyway the reason I mention that is because I plan on getting some
> wireless chips and leaving some Arduinos around the house that can
> talk to the desktop. I think wireless is good for applications
> like that.
Anything stateless is usually fine. Don't get me wrong, there are
several wireless devices in the house. It streams, I do light remote
work with it, but if I'm moving any serious data, or something
sensitive to disconnects or packet loss, I go upstairs to the desktop.
I see lots of other things being connected to *my* network, but I'm
not carte blanche letting anything and everything talk to the rest of
the world. I can't wait for the first refrigerator hack.... :)
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