From Ad Age:
"The brewer and IPG Mediabrands today announced a new suite of connected home services called "Miller Lite On-Demand" that will allow consumers to stock their fridge using a voice-activated Amazon Alexa command, or by using a programmable button known as AWS IoT that is based on the Amazon Dash Button hardware. The delivery requests will be fulfilled within one hour by Drizly, an online alcohol ordering platform, according to the agency and brewer, which have partnered on an incubator program aimed at testing such technologies."
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
No free bridge: Why public–private partnerships or other ‘innovative’ financing of infrastructure will not save taxpayers money: Engaging the private sector in infrastructure procurement and management does not provide a fiscal free lunch. Substantial costs and risks must be taken into account to fairly compare the costs and benefits of public–private partnerships relative to traditional infrastructure financing and procurement.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Silicon Valley likes to "move fast and break things." What happens when it makes cars? https://t.co/906rfNttCH via @voxdotcom— Dr.Steven D.Sanders (@DocEngineering) March 21, 2017