Notes

Chapter 1

1. Gajar ka Halwa—An Indian carrot based dessert.

2. Amazon patent for anticipatory (2014).

Chapter 2

1. Wu (n.d.).

2. Gibson (1984).

Chapter 3

1. Rudder (2014).

Chapter 5

1. Ashton (1999).

2. Porter and Heppelman (2014).

Chapter 11

1. PSD2 regulation (n.d.).

Chapter 12

1. Home Depot Settlement (2014).

2. Sony Pictures Data Breach (2014).

3. Experian Hack (2020).

4. Talk Talk data breach (2015).

5. VTech Toys Hack (2015).

6. Cyber warfare leaves fingerprints (n.d.).

Chapter 13

1. Dubravac (2015).

Chapter 14

1. Slywotzky (1995).

Chapter 15

1. Metlife Wall Project (2013).

Chapter 17

1. Note that ripping (making digital copies of audio files from CDs) has been under legal scrutiny, and most countries will allow personal copies to be made, but sharing of these files is illegal in most places.

Chapter 19

1. Urban (2015).

2. Kelly (2016).

3. Kahneman (2013).

Chapter 20

1. Granovetter (1973).

2. Barabasi (2003).

3. Gladwell (2001).

4. Johnson (2013).

Chapter 21

1. Agile Manifesto (2001).

2. Syed (2019).

Chapter 22

1. Charan (2015).

2. Gates (1995).

3. Erickson (2012).

Chapter 24

1. NHS Funding Gap (n.d.).

2. NHS Funding Gap (n.d.).

3. Reminder services for healthcare (n.d.).

4. Waire Health (n.d.).

5. In the US, this could be up to 27 million by 2020. Companies such as MD Live are specialists in Telehealth and have been running for years, offering consultations that cover allergies, flu, or panic disorders, just to name a few.

6. Syncrophi (n.d.).

7. Deep Mind in the NHS (n.d.).

Chapter 25

1. IBM-eConsultancy Survey (2016).

Part 6

1. Pathadisha used for Metro passes (2020).

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