[fr] Notes de la conférence Lift11 à Genève.
Live and India-lagged notes from the Lift11 Conference in Geneva. Might contain errors and personal opinions. Use the comments if you spot nasty errors.
Internet of things is a scam. Utopy.
Academia not interested by standards. Industry, yes, to control the web of things.
Example: protocols that are all over the place but we have never heard of.
One protocol to bind them all: http:// — the web.
Physical web, social, semantic, programmable, real-time… all those webs.
“Once upon a time, programming was reserved to the highest class of our society: geeks”
Now we’re all hackers.
Would be nice to be able to use the iPhone as a universal remote, rather than the obscur remote handed to you in a hotel in Tokyo?
Do we really need all these phone-specific apps when we can have web apps?
LIVE Singapore! *steph-note: tune-out, sorry*
Drinking water management (a lot of it lost in transit). Monitoring stuff in real-time so they can react very quickly.
Real-time logistics. epcis network.
- Lift12 Mobile: Nick Heller [en] (2012)
- FOWA: Predicting the Future of Web Apps (Edwin Aoki) [en] (2007)
- Lift11: Chris Heathcote, The invisible communities [en] (2011)
- Happy iPhone Owner: Newbie Tips and Comments [en] (2009)
- Lift11: Dorian Selz, Virtual Organizations [en] (2011)
- Lift10: Printing the internet out (Russell Davies) [en] (2010)
- BlogCamp: Bruno Giussani — Bondy Blog Story [en] (2007)
- Interaction Space [en] (2009)
- Happy iPhone Owner: My Favourite Apps [en] (2009)
- Lift11: Yasmine Abbas, Design for Neo-nomads [en] (2011)