Do I need to be an engineer to understand these posts?
No. This is specifically designed for non-engineering readers. You have to be an engineer to design for the The Internet of Things. A broad term covering many different applications where "things" are interconnected through the internet., but not to understand the concepts.
Is this going to be a “for dummies” kind of site?
No. It’s for moderately (or more) intelligent, curious people that happen not to be engineers. One way I look at it is that it might cater to the Science Friday crowd, although it isn’t limited to people interested only in science.
How often will new material be posted?
The current plan is once a week.
Can I get an email feed instead?
Yes. You can sign up for a monthly digest of whatever was new that month.
Can I access these posts through social media?
Yes. I’ll be tweeting each article (@MoyerTechTalk) and posting links to Facebook and LinkedIn. You can click on the icons at the top of the page to find me on any of those three This word can mean different things. It may mean a set of infrastructure on which someone can build an IoT device or service. Or it could be a generic piece of hardware that can be used for many different things..
Will the site remain ad-free?
Not necessarily in the future. However, any advertising put in place will be as unobtrusive, unannoying, and, hopefully, as useful as possible.
Will you review specific pieces of equipment?
No. Some kind of capability like that may be in the future, but, for now, it’s just information about the IoT as a whole.