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- McKinsey on the Internet of Things’ potential, very astute: mckinsey.com/Insights/Busin… 2 weeks ago
- SolarCity gets storage competition (good for all): juiceboxsolar.com/home/ 3 weeks ago
- G.E. and the Internet of Things: nytimes.com/2015/08/05/tec… 4 weeks ago
- Very cool IOT app: public lighting fixtures to collect data about traffic congestion, gunshots, full garbage cans… nytimes.com/2015/07/20/tec… 1 month ago
- Just in case you were wondering about Moore’s Law: IBM Discloses Working Version of a Much Higher-Capacity Chip nytimes.com/2015/07/09/tec… 1 month ago
The orbit of ideas
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Innovation Parks: Past, Present, Future
Download a .pdf of SFIP's presentation to the 2009 ASC conference HERE
- Architecture's 2010 Hot Shop Wins A Billionaire Patron August 25, 2010Plenty of architecture's biggest names have been laid low by the Great Recession, as I wrote recently in Bloomberg Businessweek. One partnership has never had it better, however: New York-based Diller Scofidio + Renfro. On Monday, the 60-person shop was named chief architect of billionaire Eli Broad's $80 million-plus art museum in downtown Los Ang […]Michael Arndt
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