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I've read Robert Scoble's and Shel Israel's new book with great pleasure.
The authors take you on an exciting journey through the contextual world, which is beyond just augmented reality.
You learn almost everything about contextual technology and how it will change our lives in many ways. The authors obviously did a lot of research about what is already possible today and what will be possible in the near future. They give us very detailed examples about many little high-tech gizmos, which make our lives easier, safer and more transparent (the latter, of course, is a double-edged sword).
But the book is not limited to sensors, it's about five forces in the contextual age: mobile, social media, data, sensors and location.
According to Obi-Wan Kenobi (Star Wars) "the force" is an energy field created by all living things. It surrounds us and penetrates us. It binds the galaxy together (well, that's far far in the future).
I understand, after reading "Age of Context", that the force is already here to a certain extent, we just have to learn to see , to use and to master it -- to avoid the creation of Skynet/Matrix scenarios. I miss a deeper discussion of this last issue (the possible danger of self-modifying collaborative sensor/data networks), but at least the authors were tangent to the danger of data misuse and the loss of privacy.
Overall, the book is easy to read and not only understood by geeks in the fields of the five contextual forces.
Since personal experiences were used heavily, the book turned out to be a successful mixture of scientific literature and a science fiction novel. I recommend reading "Age of Context" to everyone between 12 and 120!
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The last time I watched a Sade concert was in 1985, taped from a TV broadcast.
With Bring Me Home, I was floored from beginning till the end. Sade has upped the ante and it shows. The stage set is simple and yet absolutely stunning. There are moments where the stage is covered with a translucent curtain affording a mysterious peek a boo game with the audience. In one number, a pillar rises from the stage with Sade on it. Breathtaking. Sade also dances in this show, a surprise for me, considering the laid back tempo of her music.
Sade still wears her hair pulled back into a ponytail. She looks amazing, like she hasn't aged a bit.
For the set, Sade performs 22 of their best known hits and some material from Soldier Of Love. From the 80s (Your Love Is King, The Sweetest Taboo) to 90s (Kiss Of Life, No Ordinary Love), 00s (By Your Side, King Of Sorrow) and post 00s (Soldier Of Love, Skin)
Bring Me Home is an absolute scorcher and is everything a concert should be.