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Fri Aug 24 10:15:00 2012
Using an event graph can help us understand relative connectivity in a decentralized network of event-based applications.
Thu Aug 23 11:19:00 2012
With all the work I've done to set up a thermostat under the control of a KRL program, controlling the thermostat from Google calendar is quite simple. This post discusses the rules that make the thermostat work.
Tue Aug 14 13:22:00 2012
The next step in my KRL thermostat experiment is to start sending the thermostat directives. This post describes a project to set the color LED according to the temperature trend.
Tue Aug 14 13:06:00 2012
Calculating the running average of the data from a series of events in KRL can be tricky unless you let an eventex do the hard work.
Tue Aug 7 13:21:00 2012
This diagram shows the organization of components in the personal cloud operating system.
Mon Aug 6 15:05:00 2012
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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