I love Jason Hope. Not just is he a handsome man. He is also a very passionate, well-versed guy whose drive is motivated by a passion to improve the planet. He spends some of his free time mentoring students. Some may say that his involvement in the community is commendable because it is charitable. However, I feel that his involvement in the community is commendable because it shows that he is someone who is well balanced, knows how to deal with his life and finds constructive outlets for his energy. There are people who don’t find constructive outlets for energy, and instead either do something that is degenerative or nothing at all, wondering why they are so unfulfilled and miserable. If there is something that Jason Hope is not, it is a bum.
Jason Hope spends a lot of his waking hours writing about the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is a revolutionary thing people have already been taking advantage of for years. The concept is very easy to understand, and there is a pretty good chance that you know of it but you never knew what it was called. It has to do with everything being able to transmit information to each other. It is not incorrect to think about wireless technologies, like cell phones, apps and game systems, when thinking about the Internet of Things. All sorts of shnazzy, novelty, many times useful technologies are being developed at the speed of light in the 21st century. It is an exiting new era of technology. Apps are constantly being invented for a variety of different objects. Smart phones, in particular, are the most well-known when it comes to using apps, being connected to things and being able to sense things. However, the Internet of Things includes more than smart phones and computers—it includes anything that can be rigged and hooked up to transmit info.
There are naysayers who worry that the Internet of Things will somehow result in a “Terminator”-like situation where robots rule the planet and kill off humans. However, hopeful people like Jason Hope believe that the Internet of Things is a wellspring of opportunity. It will help the world environmentally, logistically, healthfully and personally. People will be able to better tend to their lives, keep appointments, remember things, give each other services and do whatever else.
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