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Mary Meeker (former Wall Street analyst turned venture capitalist at KPCB ) has released her well-recognized Internet Trends 2011 report.
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The Internet of Things , when real world objects are connected to the Internet, is a trend that we've been actively tracking since early 2009.
Publisher Tim O'Reilly at a recent conference. Photograph: esri.com Perhaps it was the spurious precision of the headline that caught my eye. " Web 2.0 will end on October 1 2012", it said.