Originally Posted by Disconnect
Splash top uses tons of server-side infrastructure to make that possible. They even proxy for connections (like mobile) that don't allow incoming. How would you connect to a guru that has no outbound net connection? Totally different from the guru, although I agree they should have built all the graphing etc into the device directly..
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In my world, if you like a function that another has programmed, you buy that function along with the obligation that they integrate it into the whole. BBQ Guru could have paid $8K for the function, or employed the programmers. Instead, BBQ Guru executives decided to do neither, with the result as you see.