A few weeks ago, I had the chance to speak with Eli Manning, and as a former NFL player, it was great to hear him speak about the rise of the internet and what it means for the players and the teams.
This was before I had ever even heard of IoT.
As a former player, he’s obviously had his share of ups and downs, but his perspective on this topic has always been one that is worth paying attention to.
The way he talked about IoT, and its role in the evolution of the NFL, was quite interesting.
So, I asked him what it is, what it’s for, and what makes it so exciting for him and what he thinks will be the biggest impact of the Internet of Things.
First of all, what is it?
I don’t know the answer to that, but I do know what it isn’t: I don’t think it’s something that is going to be something that has a lot of applications in the future.
It’s not going to become the future of everything.
I don, at least in the near future, see it as something that will play a role in a very important way.
When I think of the technology behind IoT, I think about it like a little battery pack.
You’ve got a little piece of battery that’s really good at storing electricity.
If you get a little bit of heat, the battery will die.
You could have the battery run for a week or two, but then you’d be dead.
There’s an element of energy in it, and that energy can then be harnessed to power devices, like your car or your home.
In that sense, I would describe IoT as a battery pack, but it’s not like that at all.
What it is is that the batteries have a certain kind of capacity, and if they’re connected together, they’re able to store a certain amount of power.
It will be able to do things like take a battery, or send a message to your smartphone or your computer, and they’re also able to perform certain tasks, like turn on lights or open up your refrigerator.
And there are other things, like turning on your refrigerator, or your refrigerator will turn on your light, and your lights will come on, and you can control your thermostat, or you can turn on the lights or turn off your therampo.
You have to understand, that’s how you talk about it: It’s like a battery that can take a certain voltage and store a specific amount of energy, and the capacity of that battery is dependent on how long it has been there.
So, for example, the amount of electricity that’s stored in a battery depends on how many days have passed since it was installed.
So the amount that the battery can store depends on the number of days that have passed.
And so, if you’ve got an eight-year battery, you can only store about 30 to 40 percent of that capacity.
But you can get it to store much more, which means you can have a lot more energy storage.
In terms of the future, I don´t think there’s a lot we can really predict at this point.
The technology is still evolving, and I don�t think that we can see any kind of significant impact on the way we operate or the way people do business, other than the things that are going to take place in the next few years.
The internet of everything has already started to change how we do business.
We’re going to see the internet connected to everything, from the thermostats to the thermos, to the washing machines to the ovens.
So you have to ask yourself, what does this mean for the people who work in those businesses?
How are they going to change?
How do they plan to adapt?
And I think that is a really exciting time.
As for the impact, the internet is going be an amazing force.
You have a bunch of things that people are excited about, like the smartwatch, the car, the home automation, the smart locks, and now the Internet.
There are all kinds of things where people can take control of their lives.
Thats one of the big reasons we are seeing the internet become a bigger part of everything we do, as well as the ways that we interact with each other.
I think we are going be in for a really big year in terms of this change, but we have a long way to go.
I think we can all agree that the internet has a huge impact on our lives, and it will only continue to