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Open hardware words in neon
A tutorial explaining the making of CubiKG, a Holter monitor-like device for heart and activity tracking. This detailed how-to walks you through each step to guide you through the building process.
0 comments Posted 22 Jun 2015 by Hugo Silva Feed
Gadgets and open hardware
Physical computing has the Arduino and its successors and predecessors as stepping-stones, whereas physiological computing poses a set of challenges that the DIY hardware community is tackling in novel and creative ways.
2 comments Posted 2 Apr 2015 by Hugo Silva Feed
A couple of years ago, I needed an oscilloscope for a fun electronics project I was working on: a 500W Tesla coil. I'd already spent quite a bit of money importing a kit of parts for the project from the United States, so the budget for the scope was pretty tight.
3 comments Posted 10 Jun 2014 by Bryn M. Reeves (Red Hat) Feed
open up book review
Following up on the recent review of the Maker's Manifesto, I ran across the book Makers: The New Industrial Revolution by Chris Anderson. Anderson is a former Editor in Chief of Wired and no stranger to the economic paradoxes of peer-production and open source. He has written about both in... Read more
4 comments Posted 17 Mar 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed
open here
My experience tells me there are a lot of people interested in trying open source, but they don't know where to start. And the perception that you have to write code to contribute to is a barrier to that curiosity. So, I've outlined 10 ways that anyone can get started with open source—no code... Read more
8 comments Posted 29 Jan 2013 by Jason Hibbets (Red Hat) Feed
Teacher Learner
This year I made a New Year resolution to foster a more open education at home by joining a growing subculture of society. To start, I began replacing some commercial household products, such as toothpaste, with 'open source' ones. After all, there is no patent on or trademark for baking soda (2/3... Read more
3 comments Posted 28 Jan 2013 by Carolyn Fox Feed
open hardware
The maker movement is gathering steam around the nation and around the world. To help bring makers and DIY enthusiasts together in the Washington D.C. area, the D.C. Public Libraries has announced a free DIY Fair that will be taking place in the Great Hall of Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library... Read more
0 comments Posted 9 Nov 2012 by Phil Shapiro Feed
Louis C.K. and the DIY DVD experiment
The answer to stabilizing content and price is letting artists retain greater control of their work. Louis C.K. likes to do things himself. He likes having control over his work and being able to share the process and proceeds however he likes. It seems to be successful. In December, he made more... Read more
2 comments Posted 28 Feb 2012 by bascha (Red Hat) Feed
Britta Riley: A garden in my apartment
"Interdependence is an extremely powerful social infrastructure that we can actually harness to heal some of our deepest civic issues, if we apply open source collaboration."  --Britta Riley in her May, 2011 TED talk Britta is an artist and technologist from New York, and owns a company called... Read more
0 comments Posted 22 Dec 2011 by Beverly Pearl Feed
In part 1 of our interview with Glen Moriarty, CEO of NIXTY, he talked about the importance of open education. In part 2, he addressed the community's involvement and NIXTY's challenges. We have just one question left: How do you see NIXTY empowering open education?
0 comments Posted 22 Oct 2010 by Mary Ann Bitter (Red Hat) Feed

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