Building a Personal Cloud Computer

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Building a Personal Cloud Computer

  1. 1. Building a Personal Cloud Computer Sept 11, 2013 Jeff Kramer @jeffk jeffkramer.com
  2. 2. Not Storage, But Logic
  3. 3. Greetings Programs
  4. 4. What’s Past is Prologue CC Mike Dunn flickr.com/photos/glemak/4640580632/ Wouldn’t you really prefer to run your home and office life with a gaggle of well-trained butlers (to answer the telephone), maids (to make the hospital corners on your bed), secretaries (to filter the world), accountants or brokers (to manage your money), and on some occasions, cooks, gardeners and chauffeurs where there were too many guests, weeds or cars on the road? Nicholas Negroponte The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design (1990)
  5. 5. So What Happened?
  6. 6. http://www.globalnerdy.com/2013/06/17/mobile-is-eating-the-world/
  7. 7. It Solves All My Problems!It’s So Easy!
  8. 8. PC Mobile SaaSCloud Own the Hardware Own the Data Own the Software No Hardware, But Standards Own the Data Free or Own the Software Rent the Hardware Own Some of the Data Rent the Software No Hardware Own Some of the Data No Software
  9. 9. The Personal Cloud Has To Solve Problems CC Julia Frost flickr.com/photos/johnnystiletto/5920632542/
  10. 10. 1 ZB = 1,073,741,824 TB
  11. 11. It’s About You
  12. 12. Your Companion in a World Running at Internet Speed
  13. 13. Your Companion in a World Running at Internet Speed
  14. 14. The Central Terminal of Your Digital Life
  15. 15. A Place To: Think,Analyze, Process, Play, Pretend, Re-Invent, and... Be Forgotten
  16. 16. Embodied As... A Migratory, Standards Compliant, Remotely Accessible API Nexus with Authentication, Application Hosting, Permission Delegation, Managed Updates, Notifications and Dynamic Scaling Capabilities
  17. 17. Sandbox All The Things!
  18. 18. Simplicity First (Maybe.)
  19. 19. Nuts & Bolts
  20. 20. Portable, Pluggable, Scalable Application Containers
  21. 21. Assistive Bots
  22. 22. Collaboratively Enhanced
  23. 23. CC Peter Bihr flickr.com/photos/thewavingcat/8332834421/
  24. 24. Story Telling Bots
  25. 25. A Playground for Procedural Content Generation
  26. 26. API Backups & Intermediaries
  27. 27. Thinking?
  28. 28. CC DG Jones flickr.com/photos/dgjones/3125993197/ xScreen w/Responsive Design & Alternate Input Methods
  29. 29. Glass 2.0
  30. 30. Adafruit
  31. 31. IP On All The Things
  32. 32. API Market
  33. 33. Intelligent Linkage
  34. 34. CC Robobobobo flickr.com/photos/45493477@N05/4178051127/ Meat Space
  35. 35. Enterprise’s Problems Today AreYour Problems Tomorrow
  36. 36. Where Do We Start?
  37. 37. Minimum Viable Product
  38. 38. Just Good Enough
  39. 39. but
  40. 40. @jeffk jeffkramer.com weavrs: weavrs.com Numenta: numenta.org HUBOT: hubot.github.com mashape: mashape.com Personal Clouds Wiki: personal-clouds.org Project VRM: cyber.law.harvard.edu/projectvrm/Main_Page Docker: docker.io Kynetx: kynetx.com Aaron Cope’s Time Pixels Talk: aaronland.info/weblog/2012/12/01/coffee-and-wifi/

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