Huh. I’ve been developing, strategizing and writing about connected devices for more than a decade, and we’ve all been hearing about the Internet-enabled refrigerator since 1999… and yet, as I finished a full kitchen remodel in my home, I realized that there isn’t even ONE connected device within it.
Why not? With connected food . . . → Read More: What’s Holding the Connected Kitchen Back? – Connected World August 2015
“Not Your Father’s Platform – How to Connect the Internet of Things” was the subject of a joint presentation Laurie Lamberth and Allison Jones, Software Engineer for machineshop.io, gave to the Denver/Boulder chapter of Women Who Code (WWC) on February 3, 2015. WWC is a non-profit organization hosts technical study groups, demos, hackathons and . . . → Read More: Teaching Women Who Code How to Connect the Internet of Things – February 4, 2015
“151 Advisors isn’t afraid to roll up its sleeves and do the dirty work by helping clients implement new strategies. These folks are more than just a consulting firm; they are true business partners who want to see clients succeed as much as the clients do.”
– Peggy Smedley, Editorial Director, Connected World . . . → Read More: 151 Advisors Named to CW 100 List in Recognition of Service to M2M-Internet of Things Sector – Connected World Magazine, September 2014
Laurie Lamberth’s first-ever newsletter is now available! Titled “2014 Mobile and Ad:Tech Forecast,” the article addresses four big trends Laurie sees for 2014 including: The Internet of Things is Finally Here, Fragmented Value Chain? That’s an Understatement!, All Networks Eventually Become Advertising Channels – or – How I Started Out in Mobile and Wound Up in Mad Men, and Multi-Screen is Where it’s At and Mobile is a Huge Part of the Mix. To read the full newsletter, and/or subscribe to receive further issues, read on! . . . → Read More: 2014 Mobile and Ad:Tech Forecast – Lamberth Q1 2014 Newsletter
What is your trash saying about you? “Smart trash” — RFID-tagged items going into RFID-enabled trash bins — poses new threats to personal privacy. Explore the implications of connected trash with Laurie Lamberth in her October/November 2013 column for Connected World Magazine. Trash pulls have long been used by spies, cops and jilted lovers to uncover personal details. What if your trash stream could be mined for information, or for marketing purposes? . . . → Read More: Talkin’ Trash: What Your Trash Says – Connected World, October/November 2013