This idea isn't entirely new. Back when Sun Microsystems was borged by Oracle, they had Java terminals that people can roam around, choose an available cube of their choice, slide in their smart card and get their published apps and "virtual desktop" immediately.
Of course, what is new is personalized lighting, room selection and locker check out. Because #IoT?
Bloomberg Business is out today with a big, enamored feature on “the Edge,” a futuristic office structure in Amsterdam that is alternately referred to as the “smartest building in the world,” “the greenest building in the world,” and the “Uber of buildings.” Just about everything in the Edge is linked...
Last weekend, I went to Dragon Con, the biggest geek party in Atlanta, to party it up with other nerds. On Saturday, I took a break to freak out, question my worth as a human being, and cry until I was exhausted. Then back to the party. This is what my life is like with an anxiety disorder.
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