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Ani Vermeulen
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Enginerd. Geek. Space Crazy. DFTBA!
Enginerd. Geek. Space Crazy. DFTBA!

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Happy birthday Foos! :) Sorry I can't make your party this year! :D
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Prepping for the departure of the SA Agulhas II on the 2014-2015 voyage to Antarctica!
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2014-12-03
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Photospheres from HartRAO just outside Johannesburg. We spent a week at the Hartebeeshoek Radio Astronomy Observatory recently learning about Observational Techniques for Radio Astronomy.
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13/09/2014
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Some extra photospheres (from Hermanus cliffs and Sutherland town edge) and a "tiny planet" version of the Hermanus seaside sphere.
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Went hiking and swimming in the prettiest place in Hermanus! Fernkloof Nature Reserve Dam - the "Cherry" Dam 
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Photospheres from SALT & KAT-7. Taken in a hurry so excuse any irregularities! :)
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We visited rAge2013 with a camera and had a ton of fun. Mindset video edit is available :) Enjoy!
The video from rAge 2013. This is also seen on Mindset Learn on DSTV.

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A portion of the recording of yesterday's talk by #CoryDoctorow at #iWeek2013 is available for everyone's viewing pleasure! :) Here he talks specifically about the new e-ID cards for SA.
I attended some of the sessions at iWeek2013 (http://www.iweek.org.za/) this week. Great talk by Cory Doctorow on how "You can’t fix society by breaking the Internet". This clip below records Cory's insightful description of why biometric ID cards are a bad idea. Also got to have a brief chat with him during the tea break this morning.

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