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The database made for the Google Glasses: @couchbase Zynga is running it already. I talk with CEO. at Rackspace SF

scobleizer with SoundCloud iOS on July 16, 2012 23:22

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    • Alwyn Bull
      Alwyn Bull at 0.00 on March 05, 2013 06:22

      i like the conversation.

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    • sarasalano
      sarasalano at 0.00 on February 05, 2013 13:57

      I thought this was fake.. wow

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    • jeromeross
      jeromeross at 0.00 on February 05, 2013 07:01

      the sound quality is great.

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    • ruthfrmr
      ruthfrmr on November 07, 2012 03:15

      interesting guys. Can't wait to try it my self.

    • lizler
      lizler on November 06, 2012 14:21

      it helps... thanks man.

    • Jlmontes
      Jlmontes on November 02, 2012 03:11

      good stuff. thanks for sharing this.

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    • Beight123
      Beight123 on September 17, 2012 21:40

      its awesome,fantastic and excellent.

    • Mike Roncone
      Mike Roncone at 7.25 on August 15, 2012 08:30

      This time crunch is going to be a huge roadblock. As everything streamlines more and more there is exponentially more traffic coming in. I'm interested in hearing more about how the DB strain is going to be addressed.

    • Chien-Yu Lin
      Chien-Yu Lin on July 17, 2012 00:37

      With respect to the conversation about "seconds vs. microseconds" for processing, wouldn't the common sense solution be that the geo-fencing be distorted as a function of velocity and path to provide more time for database query, analysis and transmission?

      That is ...
      ... (v) identify the velocity (which is done by the phone via an accelerometer or GPS system)
      ... (p) mediate position against a map (which provides context (80 mph on a rail will limit the options provided to only rail stations vs. 80 mph in a car which has multiple freeway exits) → this may also check vs. traffic patterns as cadence affects true velocity
      ... (t) select an arbitrary ETA pre-warning (5 to 15 minutes to offer a person time to make a decision)

      Then the geo-fencing stretch is just a matter of multiplying (v) times (t) from a distance projecting from (p) of the device holder.

      Granted, distortions could be created if the device learned that some "likes" are stronger than others. Ex: there may be a pronounced overshoot of 100 yards if there is a Starbucks past the destination point if the user has designated multiple check-in's to Starbucks via Foursquare.

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