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it was Google twitter analysis for Hohm over time - barely anything
I read during the week that Hohm was only ever a strategic product so
that Google didn't have the field to itself, which is why it was
dropped so quickly after Powermeter. I certainly didn't have any
success in talking to the Microsoft Developer Evangelists over here
Shame, because they had a far better user interface than Google, had
more things thought through (eg what to do if you don't have a smart
meter, other forms of energy than electricity)
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