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The Internet of Things Era (Video)

Oracle has created an inspiring video breaking down the possibilities and challenges which are coming as part of the Internet of Things era.

Some of the concerns they highlight are around big data explosion, security and privacy but these are tempered by benefits its brings for health and medicine, shopping, work and every day living. 

Here are some great stats from the video.


  • 80% of doctors use mobile devices allowing remote patient monitoring
  • Nearly 60% of consumer use smartphones to shop


  • By 2020, there will be 8 billion people in the world and 50 billion connected devices
  • By 2017, 90 million people will live in smart homes

49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards | Las Vegas, NV | April 6, 2014

M2Malletier ‘Fabricca Leather Clutch’ - $1290.00

Taylor is just the latest in a long line of celebs to pick up the 'Fabricca’ clutch by Colombian designers M2Malletier. The sleek architectural lines and the bar handle have been a huge hit with fashionistas and Taylor now joins fellow M2M-lovers Emma Watson, Jessica Alba and Cate Blanchett.

Worn with: J. Mendel gown, Marina B + Jennifer Fisher jewelry and Casadei sandals

View all the times Taylor has attended this event here.


Today’s Technology Was The Future For People in 1978

This week is my birthday. And in proper Gen-X style, I found myself on YouTube searching for videos from 1978 when I was born. I came across this News segment from June of 1978 which featured new technology you may have heard of…..the computer. Crazy right!

You can’t help but watch this video and be in awe of how far we have come. In 1978, the computer used a TV as a display and actual tape for storing data. In 2014, we walk around with a computer light years more powerful in our pockets.

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Well hey
So much I need to say
Been lonely since the day
The day you went away

So sad but true
For me there’s only you
Been crying since the day
The day you went away

The Day You Went Away by M2M (x)