Sepp Hasslberger: 3D Printing is Sci-Fi Cool

Categories: Design,Hardware
Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

Here is a real advance in 3D printing No longer is the object made of layer deposited above layer, it’s grown continuously speeding up the process and making the final object more “real”

Incredible New 3D Printing Technique Looks Like Sci-Fi

You’ve never seen a 3D printer like this

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Mar 18

Jean Lievens: Open Networking In, What Next?

Categories: Design,Hardware
Jean Lievens

Jean Lievens

Now that networking’s open, what’s next?

Open-source hardware and software from Facebook’s Open Compute Project offer new options, but most enterprises won’t use them for years

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Skorupa expects a third of all IT shops — including the Web-scale players — to adopt open networking. Another third will stick with the tried and true, and the other third may go either way, he said. Read more.

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Mar 18

Jean Lievens: Open Source Hardware Changing How We Learn About Electronics

Categories: Education,Hardware
Jean Lievens

Jean Lievens

Open Source Hardware will revolutionize the way we learn Electronics

Just like open source software movement revolutionized the way we learn software – this movement will definitely democratize the way we learn hardware. What I see is people making embedded systems – just like they make softwares independently.

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Mar 11

Sepp Hasslberger: FLOSS (Open Source) Laptop with No Mystery Abusive Software

Categories: Hardware
Sepp Hasslberger

Sepp Hasslberger

Finally a laptop geared specifically for open source (free/libre) operating system and software…

Librem 15: A Free/Libre Software Laptop That Respects Your Essential Freedoms

The Purism Librem 15 is the first high-end laptop in the world that ships without mystery software in the kernel, operating system, or any software applications. Every other consumer-grade laptop you can purchase comes with an operating system that includes suspect, proprietary software, and there’s no way for you to know what that software does. The reality is that unless every aspect of your kernel, operating system, and software applications are free/libre and open source, there is no way to know that your computer is truly working in your best interest. Purism is the first to solve this problem. Read more.

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Feb 23