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How much operational efficiency can one expect to be enhanced by building a platform for Internet of Things, for connecting IoT peripherals to form a user-centered ecosystem?Waring the hired spelling and grammer police have not gotten a hold of this answer yet.Really depends on how wasteful the users are in the first place. Let's take your typical apartment in NYC as a base case and work up from there. Also assume that the occupants of said apartment are cloud computing/IoT developers who have a nano data center (3 tower machines). Total power cost between $100 and $200/mo. We estimate a savings of about $10-$20 but the main reason why not $50-$100 is we are already very aware of turning lights on and off and such. So call that between 10% and 50% improvement.Now think of IoT as some magic thing off in the clouds controllinig devices locally it is better to think of devices getting their programming remotely and downloading then executing it. Specifically "classic" IoT advocates pushing the intellegence as far down as possible (I agree in theory) towards the "thing" and away from the internet. This completely ignores the true power of making the things be smart (local device controler plus cloud) or brillian (almost all cloud). The archicture that will really pay of is a cloud centeric one (i.e. rely on the high end non-mobile devices to do the heavy lifting).
A Data Entry Operator has been asked to fill 1000 forms. He fills 50 forms by the end of half-an hour, when he is joined by another steno who fills forms at the rate of 90 an hour. The entire work will be carried out in how many hours?Work done by 1st person = 100 forms per hourWork done by 2nd person = 90 forms per hourSo, total work in 1 hour would be = 190 forms per hourWork done in 5hours = 190* 5 = 950Now, remaining work is only 50 formsIn 1 hour or 60minutes, 190 forms are filled and 50 forms will be filled in = 60/190 * 50 = 15.7minutes or 16minutes (approximaty)Total time = 5hours 16minutes
Has Donald Trump achieved anything signNow (and good) whilst President?I grew up in Germany, and so I am quite aware of its shameful history in the 1930’s and 1940’s. Although I understood the historical events at an intellectual level, I could never really fathom how so many rational people who surely did not want much more than what pretty much everyone wants-peace, fulfillment, happiness for themselves and their loved ones-could be fooled or strung along by such a transparent demagogue.Trump, or rather, his supporters, have opened my eyes. Perhaps this is not signNow, but I think that for me a better understanding of how the world works is an unmitigated good thing, even if I don’t like what I now see. Unfortunately, it does come at a price: a disturbing realization that we are likely only witnessing the beginning of a profound transformation of American Society to unprecedented depths of depravity.All the daily media fireworks ignited by this administration distract us from the stunningly ugly bigger picture: Roughly 1/3 of the population, about 100 million Americans, are perfectly fine with the level of integrity, commitment to truth and fairness the leaders of this country have displayed over the last year. Even once Trump is gone, they will still be around, ready to give their unflinching, unconditional support to someone who is ready to further test and break the limits of ethical behavior befitting the leader of a country, someone who might take America to dark places we cannot imagine, just as we could not imagine Trump’s America a couple years ago.And that is not even taking into account how Trump himself will turn out in a few years. People easily forget that if Hitler had been out of office within 4 to 5 years of being elected chancellor, he would have likely gone into history as a perhaps relatively insignNow leader of a democractic country, albeit with a strongly authoritarian bent. The systematic mass killing of Jews and others in concentration camps and WWII came after those early years.To be sure, even early Hitler did many things far beyond what Trump has done so far to destroy the democratic undergirdings of society, but I have no doubt that if Trump were not constrained by the structure of our government, he would have gone signNowly further in destroying them than he already has, and the GOP would have simply stood by and rubberstamped everything he did, as they do now.As far as I can see, all the forces that operate on a macrosocietal scale to influence the longer-term direction of our society point in a direction of it getting much, much worse. It seems like one giant vicious circle: More money is getting pumped into politics, which means more politicians rise to the top based on a willingness to make the government in accord with the wishes of their rich donor masters, and who, once in office, change the laws to disproportionally favor the superrich at the expense of the middle and lower classes, which leads to more income and wealth inequality and attendant social problems, which causes feelings of frustration and disenfranchisement in the masses, which media conglomerates exploit for ratings, profit and their own political objectives (when they don’t otherwise provide escapist or stupefying entertainment), thereby enriching their plutocrat owners and shareholders who use these profits to dump more money into politics, starting the cycle all over again. As it churns, the cycle creates a hospitable environment for demagogues to gain a following and at least potentially to rise to the top.I would say that at least since Reagan we have already gone through a few cycles already, and what we see today is the direct result of that. With each iteration, the character of our nation as a whole depreciates a little more, and I see nothing on the horizon which will stop it. The Democrats, at least the “moderate” or “centrists” ones, are only slightly less beholden to their rich Donors than the Republicans. They are more interested in maintaining their comfortable positions of power and influence than in breaking this vicious cycle, as the recent firings at the DNC proved.So, I don’t really know where this will all lead to. A substantial minority of the population has been seduced by a demagogue (and is ready and “prepped” to be seduced by the next and worse one) and the majority which hasn’t been seduced is rather impotent to stop the perpetuation of the vicious cycle which led to this situation in the first place. In Germany, it took a cataclysmic event for the minority of Germans who supported the Nazis to seriously start questioning themselves. I really, really wish and hope that this is not what it will take for the roughly 100 Million Americans who have utterly failed at self-introspection so far.In summary, the one good thing that Trump has done for me is to open my eyes, even if what I see makes me want to close them again.
Why would "Trump, when told of special counsel's appointment, cursed and said, 'This is the end of my presidency,' according to Mueller report?"Obviously it was because he thought he was caught. He thought Mueller’s report would present clear evidence of all his crimes: conspiring with the Russians, obstructing justice, campaign financing violations, money laundering for the Russian mob, illegal business activities revealed by his tax returns, and violating the emoluments clause of the Constitution.He was right too. For any that have actually read the full report in it’s original form (unredacted by Trump’s puppet, Billy Bubba Barr), the report spells out in detail all of Trump’s crimes, just as Trump knew it would.But then it got weird and everyone is still trying to figure out why. In the conclusion Mueller states that he could not accuse the President of any crime because to do so would interfere with the President’s performance of his duties. Yeah, I guess it would. The Queen of England would have to visit him in prison in order to have the official State Visit.By the way, if you don’t believe me about the “evidence” you should read the report yourself. It’s available from Apple’s iTunes in convenient eBook format for $1.99. If you don’t have an eBook reader you can get an eBook reader app for your computer for free. If it was really illegal to deliver the full report to congress — as Barr falsely claimed — Apple would be in big legal trouble now because the entire world now has access to the full report. Barr obviously redacted the parts most damning to Trump.LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP! LOCK HIM UP!