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First, we are connected today. By connected I mean the future projects that were detailed by A-H in their report. The 16th project was crowdfunding, while you could connect that in the end, it is a consumer of connection, not a connected system. That was the missing piece for me that I realized last night. A connected system is what I am looking for. IoT, medical devices and ultimately cloud both specific and personal driving secure containers. In the end it as simple as connected systems.

The complexity lies in the connection itself rather than the systems. In my book The Syncverse I introduced a concept I called the Myverse. A place in the end where I could control the connections to me. A place where my mobile medical records would be stored. Not my complete history just the things a doctor having to perform emergency surgery would need to know (allergies, current prescriptions, and previous traumatic events). My company could share relevant information that I needed for my job into my Myverse. Friends could view things I shared from my Myverse to their Myverse like photos, videos, and other fun things.

I came to realize that the connections need to have a home. That in effect the reality of connectivity is the creation of the interconnections. In order to have interconnections, there has to be a control system and model. For example, my Myverse could include home security, business security, and information about the world around me. I might let Waze or CoPilot publish into my Myverse the traffic that I am going to see. The way I do that is I publish not only my location data but also my calendar to only those applications.

Just-in-time data could appear in my Myverse from my company related to events on my calendar. (You are seeing X customer, here are their last 10 orders). Companies that today provide managed information could continue to do so. Offering subscriptions to the data feed they have would be a great way to move the world of print books to the digital age. The Kindle becoming the digital research device – connected to libraries. Imagine libraries that are no longer buildings filled with books but instead are Wi-Fi hotspots with chairs and couches. They could be much smaller in the end.

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    Do you have a camera connected to your computer?

    • Yes
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    Do you have a printer connected to your computer?

    • Yes
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