At IBM's recent SHARE conference, Jenkins, an IBM employee, described
his SOA-based house -- a house three years in the making. This fully automated,
12,000 square-foot abode includes a system that detects (and eliminates with
extreme prejudice) mice in the barn and -- through RFID tags stuck in family
members' shoes -- makes sure that only friendlies are let into the house.
To me, this is like a car with too many options. Instead of driving, you spend
all your time and money fixing seat warmers, power windows, air conditioning
and your kids' stupid DVD players!<
Posted by Doug Barney on August 20, 2007 at 11:52 AM
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