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Andrew Bolster
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Gentleman Scientist, and Legitimate Businessman.
Gentleman Scientist, and Legitimate Businessman.

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+Farset Labs got themselves a Vinyl Cutter!

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Sorry I'm not over to see +Rupert Whitehead making the case for a Google Developers Ecosystem in NI at +Farset Labs next week!
We’re pleased to announce that next Wednesday 21st Jan, we’re hosting Rupert Whitehead, Developer Relations Regional lead at Google, responsible for the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands, for an evening of discussion and collaboration around Google’s…

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Get Kids Coding, Designing and Building This Summer with Our Special Four-Week CoderDojo Course

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Luckily enough, I'll be back in town for this: +Farset Labs'  second birthday,  Intel on as corporate members, chance to play with the Galileo Board, and bringing some of my favourite people together as part of an advisory meeting. Brilliant!
Join Farset Labs & Intel for Galileo-Hack: 24hr hackathon with @Intel's latest dev-boards http://ow.ly/unovY

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'Finished' Timelapse of 2012/2013 in Farset Labs

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Managed to get the 2hour long timelapse down to 23 minutes.

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Great looking event from The IET and IAESTE, celebrating 65 years of the great international community.
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Spiffy highlight reel from +Ben Bland from the +Farset Labs +Raspberry Pi Jam last weekend

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Unfortunately can't make it to this one but will be joining up in future!
Tonight is the first meetup of the Liverpool Drones Group at +DoES Liverpool. Free to attend, open to anyone interested in Drones, UAVs, Blimps, Rockets and any other kinds of flying geekery. 

More info and signup over at the website http://www.liverpooldrones.com/

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Great book written by DoES Liverpool majordomos on the #InternetOfThings. Got a chance to scan it last night and it's a brilliantly practical guide to embedded and networked programming. Really accessible too. Highly Recommended!

(Possibly going to have to shell out for a few copies for +Farset Labs  .... Maybe an IoT hackathon?)
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