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experimenting with live telemetry from +c-base spacestation to +NASA OpenMCT: https://github.com/c-base/cbeam-telemetry-server
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Hieno!
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And now I've seen it all. Bacon-pretzel-IPA cupcakes
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Year ago we had just started the sailing trip across the Atlantic
Exactly a year ago today we flew from. Berlin to. Tenerife to depart on a sailing trip across the. Atlantic on the Finnish sail training schooner T/S Helena. The Grid had just reached 10.000 founding members, and it was time to charge batteries before the next big push towards the beta.
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one for the bucket list, thanks for sharing

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There is an #IPFS meetup at +c-base spacestation​ tomorrow. We'll be attending with +The Grid​ back-end team
IPFS Meetup is back in Berlin following the Decentralized and Encrypted conference! This time we will be seeing a continuation of the demos presented at D&E, and hearing from @jbenet (Juan Benet) . Don't miss this opportunity to hang out with us! Join us for an exciting evening of p2p, filesystems, blockchains (bitcoin / ethereum), and apps. Lots of Go and Javascript! IPFS -- the InterPlanetary File System -- is making the web faster, safer, dec...
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Join us tomorrow, May 2, 2016 for the IPFS Berlin meet-up. Starting 7 P.M. aboard c-base.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ipfs-berlin-meetup-tickets-24998261473
https://github.com/ipfs/community/issues/116
IPFS -- the InterPlanetary File System -- is making the web faster, safer, decentralized, and more open. It is a new hypermedia distribution protocol, addressed by content and identities. Think Git + BitTorrent + The Web. IPFS is in use by thousands of developers, for all kinds of things from distributing files more efficiently, to making decentralized chat applications, to giving permanent addresses to content, to hosting content for Blockchains...
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Couple of photos from the #LoganCIJ16  conference where we were demoing the #IPFS  powered USB dead drop system from +c-base spacestation 
Demoing the IPFS-powered USB dead drop in the investigative journalism conference.
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Looks like my Lift Conference +The Grid talk video is now up
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Building a website with the +The Grid mobile app (available for both iOS and Android)
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Went to the Night of the Arts in Helsinki, saw giants
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Hacker and occasional adventurer. Author of Create.js and NoFlo. Decoupling software, one piece at a time
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Henri Bergius is a former Viking based in the Nordic country of Finland. When he is not exploring the cave cities of Georgia or running with bulls in Pamplona, Bergie works on a new generation of web editing interfaces with Create.js and Flow-Based Programming with NoFlo.

After half decade of regular web development, Henri got involved with free software in 1999 when he coordinated the public release of the Midgard content management system. Since then he has been actively working on integrating standards like RSS and Microformats into the system and traveling the world advocating for interoperation between open source CMSs.

When duties allow, Bergie escapes the crunch to explore the hills of Lapland or rides his classic motorcycle. He is also an amateur pilot.

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Helsinki, Finland - Kirkkonummi, Finland - Istanbul, Turkey - Saint Petersburg, Russia
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