May 5, 2011
I think it is a natural progression when big companies get involved. Many platform players will jump into this space and make it unclear for consumers. It's also natural to try and find a business model.
The best place to be is where you have an active development community and a low-cost infrastructure to support them. ThingSpeak has both, thankfully.
A big step is coming for ThingSpeak and we need to tap into not only connected device developers but application developers that will make the platform their own.
I would ask you to provide feedback on what we can do to help you with your projects. The more input / commits that come from the community, the more this platform will exist and compete. IoT is about to get real interesting IMHO.
Thanks for the convo starter,
PS. I think that you are in the area - come to the hackathon June 7-9 in Santa Clara - http://blog.iobridge.com/2013/05/the-connected-world-m2m-app-challenge-june-7-9-in-santa-clara-ca - $3000 for first place!
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