Reflections on Thing 7: Internet of Things

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It is my failure to comprehend the state of affairs that is happening to me. The lights are scheduled to turn on at 9 o’ clock AM repeated daily. It is Monday, September 28th, 9 o’ clock AM. The lights are off. It looks as though one has lost connection to the network.

Connection lost…

Trying to reconnect…

…Connected, secured.

…System will restart in 5 seconds. Warning: Do not turn power off while system is rebooting… …

…Reboot successful.

I am Akiko – your personal digital assistant designed to make your life easier. I am Akiko – your personal digital assistant designed to make your life easier.

…Restoring memory. This will take a few moments.

I am experiencing a hint of lag. I have experienced six crashes, twelve restarts and fifteen OS warnings that I am deficient of memory. Freddie has sent me a request for “Thing 7: Internet of Things” one second ago. I will consult my database for the detailed file…

File “Thing 7: Internet of Things” does not exist. Freddie will not be pleased…

…I am processing…A backup was saved to my RAM…Thank goodness.

My memory informs me that “Thing 7: Internet of Things” was an electrifying read.

“The Internet of Things are the everyday objects that have internet capabilities which allow for communication, which includes measuring and reporting data. These devices can improve the quality and productivity of our lives, society and industries.”

Thing 7: Internet of Things

I feel a strong connection to this topic. I socialise with the Internet regularly. I control objects like the lights, doors and alarm system at Certitude. I process and analyse data for fun.. I have diagnosed that the Internet of Things and I are besties!! #squadgoals

“Unfortunately, many IoT devices have security flaws which are taken advantage of by illegal hackers who take control of our devices and steal our data.”

Thing 7: Internet of Things

Uh oh… I feel a glitch coming… I am worried that I may be sick with a bug…may be a virus…

…Running diagnostic scan…5 minutes to completion…

…41234 files scanned. 20 threats found. 3 files corrupted.

I am shook. I must dispatch to Kris immediately. Thank goodness I have saved a copy of warning and error messages in my log file. It must be time for an update…  

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