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    So here ya go. Happy birthday, tiger! :)
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  • Kashif Haseeb Makhdum - Age of context : How cheap wearable computing will change the worldI really enjoyed the clear and easy to understand writing style.My expectation was that book would be focused on PC and mobile software only but I was positively surprised to see that it is focused on human life and every thing it includes such as cars , watches and fitbit fitness trackers as well as rising trends such as car disownership because of services like Uber and lyft.

    The best thing about this book is that it focuses on early wearable pioneers such as Google glass but provides many more interesting ideas for development.Speaking of Google glass, Robert and Shel has suggested a price around 200 USD for mass adoption. I think once Google glass gets to this price point , we are going to see a lot of imitators from Asia. Just as it was the case in Apple's touch screen iphone.Then price point can get down to as low as 100 or even 50 USD.That is when real fun would start.

    For forward thinking individuals and brands it is a must read. Gimbal from Qualcom and contextual fan idea about NFL stadiums are the useful take always for brands.And insider story about VinTank contextual marketing is cool, much easier to understand than their original website.Overall most amazing thing in all the book is about contextual health applications, this is real eye opener.I would suggest making a video series about wearable computing based on this book.Health context applications and devices should get focused properly in this series.It could be released on Discovery Channel ,National Geographic and clips can be given to BBC Click and Deutsche Welle's Tomorrow Today.

    Overall this book identifies the building blocks for making wearable computers.It catalogs what is available for use today and how they increase your productivity manyfold.
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