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21 Oct


New issue of Connected is out today!

October 21, 2014 | By |

Connected 2 Cover

We just published a second issue of our (roughly) semi-annual printed magazine Connected.

In this issue of Connected, we focus on a subset of the Internet of Things (IoT): Wearables. Between fitness trackers, health devices and smart watches, there is a lot happening in the space that warrants a closer look at the devices, services and players, as well as at the larger implications on our lives and the industry.

This printed 16-page newspaper features contributions by Josh Clark, Neil Clavin, Gwen Elliot, Raph Crouan, Liza Kindred, Adrian McEwen, Mark Simpkins, Scott Smith, Ashley Tyler, as well as Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino, Ana Bradley and Peter Bihr. It was designed by Tristam Sparks.

You can order your copies here.

16 Jul


Just launched: TICOH, The Indie Conference Organizer Handbook

July 16, 2014 | By |

Cover: The Indie Conference Organizer Handbook


Max Kr├╝ger and I teamed up to write a handbook for indie conference organizers. In fact, that’s the name of the book: The Indie Conference Organizer Handbook – A practical guide to running your very own indie conference.


It’s available for free under a Creative Commons (by-nc-sa) license as a PDF (TICOH, 5.2MB PDF), and in a more e-reader friendly format for a small fee (aka The Support Us Financially Version) in the Kindle store.


The book clocks in at some 13.450 words or 43 pages.


All details over on the book page.

11 Jul


Relaunching ConnectedIOT at

July 11, 2014 | By |


A brief update: Alex and I are taking our print publication about the Internet of Things to the next level. More content, more people, more focus. Find out everything about our new team member, a new newsletter and more at

30 Jun


Interview with The Blueprint

June 30, 2014 | By |

The Blueprint interview


The lovely folks at Shoplocket interviewed me for their (excellent!) publication The Blueprint. We chatted about the Internet of Things, my work, conferences, and (questionable?) life choices. Read the full interview here.