Owl: GoodGopher.com Favors Alternative Media, Bans Corporate and Government Propaganda

Categories: Access
Who?  Who?

Who? Who?

Health Ranger launches world’s first search engine that favors New Media while banning corporate and government propaganda: GoodGopher.com

The official beta launch announcement is here! The world’s first privacy-protecting search engine that bans corporate propaganda and government disinformation is now ready for webmasters to submit their sites for indexing. The name of the new search engine? Good Gopher! (www.GoodGopher.com) GoodGopher is the first and only search engine in the world that intentionally favors New Media / Independent Media / Alternative Media websites.

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May 28

Worth a Look: Makers – The New Industrial Evolution

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Amazon Page

Wired magazine editor and bestselling author Chris Anderson takes you to the front lines of a new industrial revolution as today’s entrepreneurs, using open source design and 3-D printing, bring manufacturing to the desktop.  In an age of custom-fabricated, do-it-yourself product design and creation, the collective potential of a million garage tinkerers and enthusiasts is about to be unleashed, driving a resurgence of American manufacturing.  A generation of “Makers” using the Web’s innovation model will help drive the next big wave in the global economy, as the new technologies of digital design and rapid prototyping gives everyone the power to invent — creating “the long tail of things”.

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May 26

Michel Bauwens: YouTube (19:22) Peer-to-Peer

Categories: P2P / Panarchy

Michel Bauwens Full Biography

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May 26

Sepp Hasslberger: MacroFab – The Open Source Hardware Factory

Categories: Hardware
Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

This factory is collecting together and testing all the technologies needed for future widespread local manufacturing of … everything.

Making Hardware Is a Total Pain. But Not in This Factory

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What Church really wanted was for manufacturing to work more like cloud computing, where you can simply request the resources you need through the web. He wanted to be able to upload his designs to a manufacturer, get a quote automatically, and, when the time comes, order a batch of prototypes with a push of a button, instead of having to spend hours and hours going over spreadsheets with sales reps. That didn’t exist, so, along with electrical engineer Parker Dillmann, he started a factory called MacroFab that lets hardware designers do just that.

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May 23