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Get Ready: What You Need to Know About the Internet of Things

Written with A. Crosser I was talking with my good friend Sheryl Sleeva last week and discussing that there will be a day in the not so distant future where your refrigerator will re-order food for you automatically. Out of Honest Tea and So Delicious dairy free ice cream? No worries, it arrives in less than three hours. At 4pm, your thermostat goes from 65 to 72 degrees.
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