The Physical Web is a Speed Issue - Scott Jenson

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  1. Designing for the Future, pt 4: The Physical Web, with Scott Jenson | Fresh Tilled Soil

    On this episode we have the great pleasure of sitting down with Google’s Product Lead for the Physical Web, Scott Jenson. We discuss the Internet of Things, how Scott much hates it (the term), and where we think this whole thing is headed.

    http://www.freshtilledsoil.com/designing-for-the-future-pt-4-the-physical-web-with-scott-jenson/

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  2. Native Apps are not the Future with Scott Jenson | The Breaking Development Podcast

    Fresh Squeezed Mobile is Breaking Development’s channel to get fresh ideas out there about mobile web development and design.

    This week we talk to Scott Jenson about the future of mobile, Internet of Things, connected devices, Internet connected toasters and infrastructure policy.

    http://fsm.bdconf.com/podcast/native-apps-are-not-the-future-with-scott-jenson

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  3. CHI 2014 Scott Jensen Keynote: The Physical Web

    Too often when we discuss "interaction" we think of it as a desktop vs tablet vs mobile issue. However, with the plummeting cost of both processing and connectivity, our understanding of a ‘smart device’ is rapidly changing. The challenge is that this new, amazing category of devices will blind side us, requiring entirely new ways of interacting. This talk will discuss the exploding new area of smart devices, how the Internet of things is a UX disaster, and how we are on the verge of an entirely new way of interacting with devices.

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  4. Google - Scott Jenson Interview

    Google’s Scott Jenson, leader of the Physical Web project, on Google’s announcement to move Physical Web from Chrome directly into Android, he shares numbers on Bluetooth activation in Android and deals with concerns about Google controlling the Physical Web proxy.

    For more interviews and articles from the author of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Beacosystem checkout http://www.hhgb.us For the most comprehensive proximity industry directory and report checkout https://www.proxbook.com/reports.

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  5. Introduction to the Physical Web (100 days of Google Dev)

    Scott Jenson introduces the Physical Web. The Physical Web is an extension of the web into the physical world so you can walk up and interact with any device, from a lost dog collar to a zipCar, all without installing an application first. Every smart device links to a web page so things can offer simple information, like a phone number, or more complex interactions like unlocking a car door. With the Physical Web, your phone or tablet can find the things around you and let you interact with whatever you’re interested in.

    More information:

    http://github.com/google/physical-web

    Subscribe to the Google Developers channel at: http://goo.gl/mQyv5L

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  6. Beyond Mobile: Making Sense of a Post-PC World

    Native applications are a remnant of the Jurassic period of computer history. We will look back on these past 10 years as the time we finally grew out of our desktop mindset and started down the path of writing apps for an infinite number of platforms. As the cost of computation and connectivity plummets, manufacturers are going to put ‘interactivity’ into every device. Some of this will be trivial: my power adaptor knows it’s charging history. Some of it will be control related: my television will be grand central for my smart home. But at it’s heart, we’ll be swimming in world where every device will have ‘an app’. What will it take for us to get here, what technologies will it take to make this happen?

    This talk will discuss how the principles of the open web must apply not only to prototocols but to hardware as well. How can we build a ‘DNS for hardware’ so the menagerie of devices has a chance for working together?

    http://2012.dconstruct.org/conference/jenson/

    Scott Jenson used to work at Apple, developing the Human Interface guidelines and working on the Newton, no less. He also worked at Symbian and Google so he knows all about mobile devices of all kinds.

    Scott is currently Creative Director at Frog Design where he has been writing about the coming zombie apocalypse.

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  7. Charles Fracchia on a new breed of biologists - O’Reilly Radar

    Subscribe to the O’Reilly Hardware Podcast for insight and analysis about the Internet of Things and the worlds of hardware, software, and manufacturing. In this new episode of the…

    http://radar.oreilly.com/2016/01/charles-fracchia-on-a-new-breed-of-biologists.html

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  8. Matthew Berggren on making electronics accessible - O’Reilly Radar

    Subscribe to the O’Reilly Hardware Podcast for insight and analysis about the Internet of Things and the worlds of hardware, software, and manufacturing. In our new episode of the…

    http://radar.oreilly.com/2016/01/matthew-berggren-on-making-electronics-accessible.html

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