Amid a wide range of new platforms to manage streams of data from the Internet of things, a simple version emerges that anyone can use. Read David Talbot’s report on MIT’s Technology Review
With a new service called Freeboard, Bug Labs is giving people a simple one-click way to publish data from a â€œthingâ€ to its own Web page (Bug Labs calls this â€œdweetingâ€). To get a sense of this, visit Dweet.io with your computer or mobile phone, click â€œtry it now,â€ and youâ€™ll see raw data from your device itself: its GPS coordinates and even the position of your computer mouse. The data is now on a public Web page and available for analysis and aggregation; another click stops this sharing.