Many of us have heard or read about the refrigerator of the future that tells you when you're low on milk. No biggie, right? But things are starting to accelerate when it comes to technology adapting to our lives in meaningful and almost scary ways.
A new book just out, "Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy" is full of key insights about how "wearable computing" and a sensor laden world of objects is going to, and IS, changing the world in which we interact (or rather, the way we experience that world.)
Betaworks believes in the power of the real-time social web. We also believe in real world socialization. Every month we host a brown bag speaking series and invite our friends in the tech community to participate in the discussion and network. Below are videos of some of the great people that have visited betaworks in this series.
Scoble and Shel Israel are 2 For 2, September 30, 2013 This review is from: Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy (Paperback) I was fortunate enough to receive an advance copy of this book and was literally unable to put it down. Yes, it's that good.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful Phenomenal. Period., September 24, 2013 This review is from: Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy (Paperback) The first time I saw the internet. The first time I saw the iPhone. The first time I wore Glass.