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GROUND LAB Part 2: Open source and the manufacturing shift

 

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The numbers are LEGO/Bricklink identifiers.

When you program open source, you're programming Communism.

For anyone interested in their work being seen by many others, you are being forced into the future--right now. (Explore)

 

You have to decide whether you want to make money, or not.

 

If you don't care about making money from your images (at least at this stage of your life) but want them broadly seen, then you have to label your photos as Creative Commons and get on the open source photography bandwagon.

 

Yahoo!, who owns Flickr, is by far the biggest user of my photos, accounting for thousands of visits a day to my photo stream. It thrills me to think that on a given day my images are being seen by millions of people by (e.g.) being on the front page of a Yahoo! home page.

 

And it's going to get a lot bigger as Getty Images, the leader in stock photography, and Flickr have launched their new joint service.

 

You're in or out--decide now. Open source is the wave of the future.

Pagani Huayra 730s (Design by DerKunzZ)

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These bottles were given away for free (as in free water) at Ars Electronica 2004. What a nice idea.

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Post-processing for OS23 Nikon DSLR Group

open source software company

if the doors of perception were cleansed...

This is the Open Source project my son Ian and I have been working on over the past few months.

 

Features:

• Twin socketed Teensy 3.1 controllers (32 bit Cortex M4 @ 96MHz)

• WS2812s (individually adressable RGB LEDs)

• True polyphonic sound

• RF networking

• BLE (bluetooth 4 low energy) for Android phone integration

• Vishay TSAL6100 long range, narrow beam, high power lensed IR

• Triple Vishay TSOP4856 56KHz IR Sensors

• .96" OLED display

• 3W Speaker for weapons sounds "Pew Pew!"

• Bluetooth earpiece for voice cue sounds "10 minutes remaining!"

• 2 layer PCB with silkscreen and solder mask.

 

It is only in the test phase now, with Ian currently writing the game and communication layers. I'm still building the sound library, with some in-memory, and the rest playing from SD card.

 

I hope to have 4 test units units ready this Fall, with my own 3D-printed gun shells, but for now I am using various Nerf guns since they are perfectly sized for testing.

 

I may even 3D print some large-scale BrickArms, and add the electronics inside.

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My nephew Nandhan @ work with my Laptop.

In my office we talk about OpenSouce every day. I see it now at home :-))

 

Canon 400D Lense:18-55mm

1/15sec f6.3 ISO800

 

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Granny Carpenter's hat, embroidered by Ele Carpenter, 2007.

Collage from a drunken photo shoot. One light on each side of subject's face umbrella and softbox.

Revisión del downloading MP3 tras las declaraciones de Bill Gates sobre Open Source, licencias CC y comunismo. Lo malo es que no recuerdo donde la encontré.

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River Kelvin, Glasgow, Scotland

From an Obama gathering in Silicon Valley:

 

I raised $55 million last month. 90% of that was over the Internet. 50% of the donations were under $50. Many people give what they can, $25 per month, like a tithing. I have 1.3 million individual donors and no PAC or lobbyist money (unlike Clinton and McCain).

 

You’re seeing this phenomenon of ordinary people being empowered politically in a way we have not seen before. It takes power away from PACs, from lobbyists. It takes power away also from institutional players. Endorsements from a governor might not mean as much as it once did. Endorsements from some of the traditional institutional players, even those that are part of the Democratic Party, may not mean as much. That is actually a healthy thing.

 

Even the organizations that I care deeply about, the Democratic special interests, the stalwarts, the ones that share my values, they become dogmatic after a point in time, and they start expecting everybody to check off a list of whatever their pet projects are. And we are starting to break that down. And that’s what I mean about midwifing a new kind of politics.

 

We need to separate money from political influence. It’s an experiment in open source politics.

 

One thing that I am considering, and my advisors might not like this: I may limit campaign contribution amounts per person to less than the Federal limit in the general election.

 

Could Bulgaria's open source law transform government software worldwide?0

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