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                    nodeStorage and the Personal Cloud Application Architecture

                    Dave Winer has released a new, general-purpose app backend called nodeStorage. I'm very bullish on this model.
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                    What Happens to the Data

                    Metromile offers per-mile car insurance based on an OBD II device that plugs into the car and reports data about how the vehicle is used to the insurance company. This raises questions about where the data goes, how it's used, and who owns it. Even more important, it's a business model that promotes the creation of data silos.
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                    Building a Universal Silo

                    The Internet is being ruined by corporate silos that take away our personal freedom in exchange for services. Some think what we need is a universal silo that we can all be part of. There are different approaches to achieving that goal that will have very different outcomes.
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                    The CompuServe of Things

                    On the Net today we face a choice between freedom and captivity, independence and dependence. How we build the Internet of Things has far-reaching consequences for the humans who will use—or be used by—it. Will we push forward, connecting things using forests of silos that are reminiscent the online services of the 1980's, or will we learn the lessons of the Internet and build a true Internet of Things?
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                    Fargo and Personal Cloud Application Architectures

                    Fargo, a new outliner from Dave Winer is an excellent example of what I call "personal cloud application architectures" (PCAAs). PCAAs have benefits for users and developers alike and are cheaper and easier to build than traditional Web 2.0 applications.
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                    10-4 Good Buddy! Vehicle to Vehicle Communication

                    V2V systems will soon be sending all kinds of information about your car to other cars and highway infrastructure. This raises legitimate privacy concerns as well as intriguing possibilities.
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                    Fundamental Features of Persistent Compute Objects

                    Persistent compute objects, or picos, are powerful, general-purpose, online computers that can be used to model people, places, organizations, and concepts. This blog post describes the fundamental features of picos.
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                    Imagining Trillion Node Networks

                    The video and slides from my keynote address at OpenWest on May 2, 2013
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                    Introducing Forever and Personal Cloud Application Architectures

                    Personal clouds give rise to a brand new application architecture that gives people more control over their data and breaks down data silos to provide greater network effects. We've built an evergreen contact application called Forever that demonstrates this new architecture to developers and provides people with an online contact database that is never stale.
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                    An API for My Lights

                    By building an API for my lights, I can hide the implementation details of the various connected lighting systems I own and make the job of controlling them—programming them—easier.
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                    Using CloudOS From Anywhere

                    Want to use CloudOS to build your Web application but don't want to learn KRL? I've got a deal for you.
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                    Some Benefits of Decentralized Design and Modeling

                    Some of the problems we face online, like privacy, control, and access to data are solved when we consider decentralized approaches. This blog post discusses several benefits of decentralized design and modeling.
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                    The CloudOS: Connecting Hue Lights and Insteon Controllers

                    The Internet of Things will provide connections to most of the things around us in our lifetime. Will those connections allow my things to work together on my behalf? Only if they are connected to general-purpose programming environments under my control. This post demonstrates how the CloudOS supports connectivity between two systems from different manufacturers using different protocols.
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                    Building a Blog with Personal Clouds

                    Thinking about event-based persistent data objects (PDOs) might be used to build a blog is a useful exercise in understanding how groups of decentralized objects can work together to accomplish a specific purpose.
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                    Programming the Cloud With Persistent Data Objects

                    People ask me all the time why I decided to create my own language, KRL, rather than using an existing one. This is my latest thinking on that score.
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                    Forgetting to Water the Christmas Tree? How Personal Clouds Saved Christmas

                    A personal clouds with a cloud-based operating system provides an easy way to take water level signals from an Electric Imp to automatically notify a homeowner via SMS that his Christmas tree needs to be watered.
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                    A General Architecture for Personal Clouds

                    A public response to an architecture for personal clouds posted by Johannes Ernst on this blog.
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                    Building a Webfinger Client for my Personal Cloud

                    This post shows how the Webfinger client for the Kynetx CloudOS allows you to link two personal clouds. The post also shows how the client was built.
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                    Subscriptions in the CloudOS

                    The CloudOS service provides a means for one cloud to subscribe to another. This blog post describes the subscription protocol and how it is used.
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                    Personal Cloud As Personal Assistant

                    Personal clouds can help remove some of the drudgery of dealing with your insurers and healthcare providers. This turns your personal cloud into a personal assistant that automates many of the mundane tasks we face in the information age.
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                    The Layers and Components in a Cloud OS

                    This diagram shows the organization of components in the personal cloud operating system.
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                    Services in the Personal Cloud Operating System

                    The personal cloud operating system will need a set of consistent services. This post begins to flesh out some of the details behind the roadmap I published last week.
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                    Buying a Motorcycle: A VRM Scenario using Personal Clouds

                    I'm interested in understanding how personal clouds and personal channels can be used to bring intentcasting scenarios to life. This post describes a detailed scenario involving a motorcycle purchase that includes three phases: finding the bike to buy, connecting with the seller, and buying the bike.
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                    Personal Channels

                    Drummond Reed and I have just release a whitepaper describing how personal clouds can be linked together in a decentralized relationship network to create a sharing architecture that has tremendous power and extraordinary benefits.
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                    A Smart Bike

                    Personal clouds can make every thing, even a bike smart. A smart bike has apps and data, just like a smart phone. What would you like a smart bike to do for you?
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                    From Personal Computers to Personal Clouds

                    From Personal Computers to Personal Clouds is a whitepaper that explains why the future of personal clouds will be very different from what you have imagined. As more and more of our interactions move online, we increasingly have need of an online place that operates for us. That requires an operating system so that developers have a framework to work within. Operating systems provide a core set of services around identity and data as well as a programming model.
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                    Federating Personal Clouds

                    One of the most important aspects of personal clouds, as we envision them, is their ability to federate. Without federation, personal clouds are as interesting as a computer without a network connection. Federation turns personal clouds into automated assistants.
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                    A Programming Model for Personal Clouds

                    Personal clouds, running a cloud OS, with location-independent, semantically correct access to personal data from around the Web, and running applications that interact with other online services for the owner's benefit promise to usher in a new Web of unprecedented power and convenience.
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                    Data Abstractions for Richer Cloud Experiences

                    A Cloud OS (COS) for a personal cloud will need a data abstraction layer analogous to the kinds of data abstraction that a traditional OS provides. Unlike a traditional filesysystem, however, the COS data layer must deal with a multitude of distributed APIs.
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                    An Operating System for Your Personal Cloud

                    A personal event network is like an OS for your personal cloud. You can install apps to customize it for your purpose, it can store and manage your personal data, and it provides generalized services through APIs that any app can take advantage of.
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                    The Second PC Revolution: Personal Clouds

                    Cloud computing and big data are the mainframe ideas of our time. What happens when there's a personal cloud revolution to match the personal computer revolution?
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