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It has been reported that Telefonica will shut down Tu Me and redirect its resources in shoring up another service, To Go. People have theorized that compared to competing services from OTTs, To Me has anemic traction with uncertain revenue potential. On the other hand, the reasoning continues, To Go has solid revenue opportunities, since […]

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In a recent post Chris Kranky on the need “to move on” and the need for expediency in wrapping up the first iteration of the API. Personally I would have benefited if the first iteration had been a low level spec. For I could have easily ported a custom Java applet. But given the passage […]

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For many use cases the point of this post may not be applicable. But for the use case where your contact can use a browser to reach you to communicate with you, it is very relevant. So you decide whether to read on further. If you want your contacts be able to reach you from […]

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By now it is quite passe to claim that WebRTC will be a huge disruptive technology. Indeed, there has been a predictable backlash. In all these back and forth, very often we miss to note an important aspect of this technology: there has been a deliberate attempt to avoid specifying any messages and procedures that […]

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Last week during WebRTC Expo we saw enormous activity regarding WebRTC. Even though people list many use cases, most of the demos and announcements were related to Unified Communications (UC). They were all good, but in a way disappointing because they didn’t take full advantage of rearchitecture afforded by WebRTC. Most widely held mindset seems […]

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Some of us strongly believe that WebRTC will usher in a wide variety of innovative services, features and capabilities. At the same time, there are many skeptics dampen the (irrational?) exuberance. I am sure both sides will present their view points during this week’s WebRTC Conference & Expo. In this post, I would like to […]

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NaDa and EnThinnai

A couple of days back, New York Times had a story on a recent research paper that was presented at Usenix Workshop on Hot Topics in Cloud Computing. The idea is to spin a cloud using servers placed inside the homes and use the heat generated by these servers to heat the homes. In the […]

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In an article that was published in July 2010, Bruce Schneier categorizes Social Networking Data into six groups based on (broadly speaking) who generated the data, about whom, what data is that. He further states that each category will have different editorial rights and we will have different access rights in each category. It will […]

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As part of his “5 Myths of Social Software”, Jon Mell dispels a myth that one needs “lots of people for social tools to be a success.” He points to this famous diagram by Chris Rasmussen and his own positive personal experience at a three person startup to conclude that “placing social tools in the […]

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Yesterday I posted about a new class of devices that I would call “micro servers”. These are inexpensive Ubuntu boxes that consume very little electricity that can be used to run different always on applications. Such a device is a perfect fir for EnThinnai. This post is a record of that experiment. EnThinnai is a […]

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