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Robert Scoble on the omnipresent, contextual Internet

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Robert Scoble is a geek’s geek, knows everyone in tech, and in his enthusiastic, relaxed manner, feeds a steady stream of news, views, and developments from the bleeding edge to geekdom through multiple websites and apparently never sleeping. Check his multiple Flipboard magazines on tech, especially Startups, for coverage hard to find elsewhere. He’s also a major Google Glass fan and recently made quite a, um, splash, when he said he’s never taking them off and his wife photographed him wearing them in the shower. Glass is an early example of what the contextual internet will be.

While Rackspace‘s Robert Scoble turned many heads at The Next Web Conference Europe last month due to the Google Glass unit he wore everywhere, but Glass is just part of a trend he joined us to discuss in his keynote talk.

From wearable computers like Glass and the Memoto camera to indoor positioning devices and the explosion in new sensors and database technologies to help us make sense of it all, Scoble took us on a rollercoaster ride through how technology is rapidly becoming more contextual

From wearable computers like Google Glass and the Memoto camera to indoor positioning devices and the explosion in new sensors and database technologies to help us make sense of it all, Scoble talks us through how technology is rapidly becoming more contextual.

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