Lightning Talks – Video

Sunday Nov 5:

Matteo Borri – (YouTube) (Internet Archive) (LT- 3d printing wisdom)

Miguel Arroyo – Aletheia – Video (YouTube) (Internet Archive)

Ilya Kremer – Webrecorder –  (YouTube) (Internet Archive)

John Light: A Brief History of Blockchain Name Systems – Video: (YouTube) – (Internet Archive)

Galen Mancino – “Networked Economies” – Crowd sourcing businesses & housing – (YouTube) (Internet Archive)

Danny O’Brien – (YouTube) (Internet Archive)

Alex Peake – Reality Archive w/Internet Archive – making of the Unity Browser – Video: (YouTube) (Internet Archive Link)

Jake Sternberg (YouTube) (Internet Archive) (SecurePollingSystem.org)

 

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5:45 pm: Galen Mancino – “Networked Economies” – Crowd sourcing business and housing for the little guy  – VIDEO HERE

Open Library Lite – Richard

SecureDrop – Jen Helsby – @redshiftzero

Internet Archive RSS changes – Danny O’Brien @Mala

Aletheia – Miguel

Jake – Securepollingsystem.com

Webrecorder – Ilya

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3:10 pm: Matteo Borri – RobotsEverywhere.com – Beyond 3d printing: how desktop manufacturing continues to evolve

Matteo has been a friend and contributor to many of my projects since 2008. He’s been telling me a lot about his latest projects: building a chlorophyll detector for a future NASA Mars Rover, and refining his 3-D printing skills to the point where he is creating his own stronger filaments by adding graphite to common printing material. He’s been teaching robotics and 3-D printing to all the kids in his neighborhood, and he makes complex scientific concepts fun and easy to understand. He readily shares all of his knowledge and open sources all of his designs, and I’ve been wanting to introduce him to this community for quite some time. Don’t miss this talk. :-)

 

3:30 pm: Lisa Rein and Austin Hartzheim – Twitter verified follower scraper

Until I finally launched the website for Chelsea’s commutation campaign, Twitter was all Chelsea and I had to get her messages out to the world. I worked with Austin to develop a tool that used the Twitter API to download all of a persons followers, filter out the verifieds, and throw it in a spreadsheet, that I could then sort by follower count, to see what news agencies and famous people were following us, so I could reach out to them. We hit a few limitations with Twitter’s API that we created workarounds for – just to deal with time outs, etc. We are making the code available today for anyone to use.

4:00 pm: Natalie Cadranel – OpenArchive

4:30 pm: John Light – A Brief History of Blockchain Name SystemsVIDEO HERE

November 4-5, 2017