They'll also do well to consider the experience of Australian chap (and former IT journalist) Dan Warne, as recorded in this Tweet.
Looking at that picture is there a clue therein as to why Dan is now 'former'?
Internet of Things (IoT) boosters have great stories to tell about “scavenger-class” sensors that use solar panels, tiny turbines or even stray energy gleaned from passing radio waves. Amid all that excitement we don't hear much about the fact that sensors in odd places will have other things to contend with, like slugs …
Killer whales to eat the seals, and then Seaworld to mistreat the orcas. Then you install the documentry filmmakers to run Seaworld into the ground, Republican voters to ban undercover filming of animal abuse in industry, deep fried candy bars to kill off the voters, New York City mayors to ban large serving sizes of food and drink… ok, I was kind of making this up as it happened.
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