I have started a new Meetup — Internet of Things Pittsburgh (#iotpgh) — this meetup is open to all steel city innovators looks to explore the emerging Internet of Things. Join me as your host on the first meetup on April 9th at 6pm at the TechShop Pittsburgh. In each meetup we will feature the… Continue reading Internet of Things Pittsburgh Kicks Off on the Global Internet of Things Day April 9th
CheerLights is Back for the Holidays #iot – Let’s go Red
For the third holiday season in a row, the CheerLights project is gearing up. The idea behind CheerLights is to show that we are all connected by synchronizing the color of lights around the world. Christmas lights are a staple around the holidays and with Internet-connected lights, the color of your lights matches the color of… Continue reading CheerLights is Back for the Holidays #iot – Let’s go Red
Ziggy Comic – Is It My Tweeting Toaster? #mytoaster #iot
On September 17th, I got a bunch of Facebook messages that said my Tweeting Toaster was now a Ziggy comic. 🙂 My Tweeting Toaster is a step in the self-aware direction for appliances. This Ziggy cartoon made me smile, but it also made me realize the inevitability of social objects and the Internet of Things and then… Continue reading Ziggy Comic – Is It My Tweeting Toaster? #mytoaster #iot
Un grille-pain high tech qui envoie des tweets
More hot toaster action on Presse Citron… Aux Etats-Unis, un petit génie a eu l’idée de lier son grille-pain à un compte Twitter pour que celui-ci publie des status comme « Toasting » ou « done toasting », lorsque son propriétaire prépare son petit-déjeuner.
Boston.com: This high-tech toaster can Tweet #mytoaster
Boston.com says, “This high-tech toaster can Tweet“. A Pittsburgh man has wired up his toaster to his Twitter so that the appliance automatically tweets “Toasting” and “Done Toasting”—and nothing but that—every morning.