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What to do about the Internet of Things?

February 17, 2016


Yesterday I attended the Tuttle Club’s What are we going to do about the Internet of Things. This was the first real open space event I’ve attended (more on that in the future), and it was fantastic! The richness of discussion among people who are passionate about a topic was phenomenal – I’m already thinking of places and […]

Consult this. Five consulting firms on the present and future of healthcare

February 12, 2016


Nearly a third of my university friends have, or currently work for a management consultancy firm. Maybe I did the wrong degree, or just fell in with a bad crowd? Either way, I can understand the appeal. The work they do is incredibly diverse: spending a couple of weeks looking at food sourcing for a retailer, […]

Quirky: use cases for the Internet of Things

March 3, 2015


A few weeks back, I wrote about why the Internet of Things (IoT) is a phenomenon still waiting to happen. Admittedly I was feeling a bit disillusioned and struggling to see how the grand idea would actually work for people, including myself. Having lamented the lack of inspirational use cases, I’m feeling a bit more […]