Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Internet of Things – An Introduction

... executives on cigarette breaks sometimes seem to outnumber pedestrians at Goulburne St ...

The highly anticipated award for Australia's Most Hopeless Regulator #AMHR will be announced this afternoon

‘Cultural Marxism’: The Mainstreaming of a Smoking Nazi Trope FAIR

New York Times Reporters Perpetuate Popular Corporate Governance Myths Francine McKenna, Medium

Sydney lawyer ordered to pay back her share of millions over suspicious carbon offset scheme - Daily Telegraph

Hong Kong protester Agnes Chow slams Carrie Lam: China extradition law - NEWS.com.au

The ONLY mentioning of Hong Kong's protest in China's media is by the Global Times. In today's editorial, the paper said the protest was organized by local oppositionists working with Western forces. Neither Xinhua nor Caixin, talked about https://m.huanqiu.com/r/MV8wXzE0OTcxOTQwXzI4Ml8xNTYwMDk3NzQw?pc_url=http%3A%2F%2Fopinion.huanqiu.com%2Feditorial%2F2019-06%2F14971940.html 

Boats, racehorses, planes and art in ATO sights

CRS Report via LC – Internet of Things (IoT): An Introduction, June 4, 2019 – “The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated devices that are connected to a network and/or to each other, exchanging data without necessarily requiring human-to-machine interaction. In other words, IoT is a collection of electronic devices that can share information among themselves.

Examples include smart factories, smart home devices, medical monitoring devices,wearable fitness trackers, smart city infrastructures, and vehicular telematics. Potential issues for Congress include regulation, digital privacy, and data security as discussed below.

A Review of Reema Zaman’s I Am Yours | BREVITY's Nonfiction Blogg

The End of the World As We Know It Joschka Fischer, Project Syndicate
What to Do About China? Brad DeLong, Project Syndicate

  What is a husband good for, anyway? More bad news for Media Dragon and men