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Let’s look at Wikipedia … “The Internet of Things (IoT) is the concept of a computing network of physical objects (“ things ”) equipped with built-in technologies for interacting with each other or with the external environment, considering the organization of such networks as a phenomenon that can rebuild economic and social processes, eliminating the need for human participation from part of actions and operations. ”
Confused, right? I will try to clarify everything in my own words. People’s Internet We humans, especially over the past 7–8 years, are used to the Internet. The Internet in a person’s life has clearly become more significant than a personal car, than writing in an envelope, than work, than having connections in a society, than a familiar doctor, than enjoying outdoor walks, sometimes than a loved one, etc., a list can go on. Continue reading
What kills the movie? No, not piracy, as some of our film sellers suggest. Computer games and social networks are the true enemies of the wide screen. We can not stretch the day. We can’t increase the number of days in a year. If modern kids hang up in networks or go through another quest, then when should they go to the movies? And it is unlikely that with age their habits will change.
Empty cinemas are killed not only by the inattention of the audience, but also by the predatory policy of the copyright holders, who take up to 90% of the proceeds from the distribution of films. That’s where the studio revenue growth comes from! As a result, cinemas are more and more like a strip bar, where the spectacle is just a way to earn money on a drink. On the other hand, the viewer has become more finicky and demanding. He does not like the ticketed seat in the hall. Continue reading
But it is clear that the West is significantly ahead of Russia in the degree of introduction of Internet technologies at the household level. There is a common occurrence when a family has two or three computers (a large desktop, laptop and tablet with all the functions that are necessary in modern life). Of course, in the family, everyone has an advanced mobile phone that allows you to normally open and watch sites. And against this background, the editors of most paper editions are in a hurry to occupy their niche on the Internet.
This is in many respects very profitable. First of all, leaving the publication on the Internet makes it possible to drastically reduce printing costs. Continue reading