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On the blog (yeah, I'm back!): We need something I call an “Intention Programming”. Something makes “smart” devices smart.
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On the blog: I just wrote about beacons and we have Eddystone now. As Google announced, Eddystone is their approach to beacons and some people claim that this is really a game changer. I don’t agree. In my opinion it’s only evolution and natural step for Google who had to catch up with Apple iBeacons so far. I see also some serious issues that make Eddystone not the game changer.
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On the blog: I would buy chromebooks for our employees in a heartbeat. I like the general concept and a design of some models (i.e. Chrombook Pixel is beautiful as long as we don’t speak about the price). Their big advantage, comparing to windows laptops is its security and effortless management. I admire theirs simplicity which is fine, but not if it comes with overlimitation.
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On the blog: There are a lot of misunderstandings and myths around beacons. But the truth is beacons are pretty simple devices with very limited functionality. I’ll try to explain it in this article.
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On the blog: Geeks love tools, don’t they?

However I don’t consider myself a geek. I’m not even a heavy user. I have only few apps installed on my smartphone. But, when I install an application you can be sure that I use it everyday and this app must be a very, very reliable tool. So what apps, beside standard ones like Phone, Mail or Calendar I use regularly ?
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On the blog: Clear rules make our work more productive and let employees focus on main goals rather than on immaterial side issues. One of our set of rules is concerned with employee’s courses, fairs and conferences. Here they are.
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On the blog: Most likely every company doesn’t fully utilizes employees work time. It’s an obvious and non cutting-edge thesis. The question is how many companies and in what manner do they manage this slack time by design? And most importantly how does it look at KISS digital?
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What can KISS developers do if they have a bit of free time? They can for instance build some internal tools, prepare their own presentations and workshops, learn new technologies, teach etc. But they can also turn their ideas into projects. This is how Runne (just the best calculator for runners) was created.

Get Runne for your iPhone now:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/runne-calculator-for-runners/id974574541?mt=8

Or for Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kissdigital.Runne
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On the blog: According to the news the coming years are supposed to see major change in car industry. The change I’m waiting inpatiently for. The autonomous cars uprising.
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