My bonsai is texting me!

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Messaging looks like a saturated market for Mobile Network Operators.

Actually we should try to look at new messaging opportunities out there.

The internet of things is becoming a reality and the number of objects and applications that can send messages is definitely huge.

In this presentation I will show some of the thing that have attracted my attention recently.

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My bonsai is texting me!

  1. 1. There is a question to be answered.
  2. 4. Who am I?
  3. 5. This document represents personal opinions on the subject, and it is not recommended or endorsed by the Company I work for. This is not a representation of past, present, or future strategy of my Company. All the information and data in this document are in the public domain.
  4. 6. There is a big trend.
  5. 7. What’s in your mind? What’s happening? Share what you’re thinking.
  6. 10. And there is a transition.
  7. 11. S M S
  8. 12. S S M
  9. 15. And recently... Where are you checking in?
  10. 16. X You are here!
  11. 20. It’s not only about the people!
  12. 21. 82 39 30 28 25 Top Five Games April 2010, Inside Network, Inc.
  13. 22. Applications are sending messages.
  14. 24. Objects are sending messages.
  15. 26. No way! I just got a message from your scale!
  16. 28. Hello there! I need some water!
  17. 29. Tweet-a-Watt
  18. 30. Chumby
  19. 31. Arduino
  20. 32. SPIME Bruce Sterling, 2004 SPace and tIME
  21. 33. The Internet of things.
  22. 34. PCs Mobiles Spimes ≈ 10 8 ≈ 10 9 ≈ 10 12 Source: davidorban.com Platform Orders of magnitude
  23. 36. Messages are becoming physical.
  24. 37. Connected Photo Frame
  25. 38. Nabaztag
  26. 39. MIR:ROR
  27. 42. Ambient ORB
  28. 43. iCrocco
  29. 45. All SPIMEs have to be connected.
  30. 47. Temporary Spime Connector
  31. 48. Temporary Spime Connector
  32. 49. Temporary Spime Connector
  33. 50. Augmented reality, augmented messages.
  34. 53. We are not ON the Internet. We are IN the Internet.
  35. 54. Rethink the UX.
  36. 57. Why messages are shown in lists?
  37. 59. http://senseable.mit.edu/trashtrack
  38. 61. Thanks!
  39. 62. Let’s go social! http://facebook.com/alessandro.galetto http://twitter.com/baloss http://www.linkedin.com/in/alessandrogaletto http://www.dotdust.com [email_address] http://friendfeed.com/dotdust
  40. 63. Photo Credits Slide 2 – flickr.com/photos/vox Slide 3 – flickr.com/photos/eerkmans Slide 8 – flickr.com/photos/jcuthrell ...the Internet Slide 13 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/ringai Slide 14 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/libertinus Slide 52 – flickr.com/photos/ozbos Slide 53 – flickr.com/photos/b_g

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