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Neil Hendrick
Worked at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Attended F.S.U., Tulane, Hard Knocks
Lives in Jamaica Plain, MA
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Wiring:  Use FTDI with 3V3 output. If you face problems with it under Windows check this link: Unbrick FTDI 232R Burning LuaFirmware Download Coolterm like app but much cooler) Check that your ESP8...
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Drone flying on the Southwest Corridor Park, among the glorious Autumn leaves, with a significant amount of Barking from Juice Box, who hates robots of all kinds.
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First Snow of the Season.
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Yes, it's the best of both worlds, both cold and rainy.
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I'm wondering if I can use Field Trip while I am travelling in Europe and don't have 3G access? of course, I will have intermittent access to WiFi while I am at hotels, etc. Does Field Trip have the ability to Cache maps and information for when you are not connected?
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Good question. I'll be in Europe in August. 
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The Kit has arrived!
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This is our Galileo powered data monster in progress.
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Nice! Can't wait to see more.
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The Boston Cyberarts Festival is the first and largest collaboration of artists working in new technologies in all media in North America, encompassing visual arts, dance, music, electronic literature, web art, and public art.
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Now I live in Boston. How about that?
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Great. Been a while since we met in Monrovia November 2011. Hope to see you next time I am in Boston to compare notes. www.ecohomesliberia.com is coming along.
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fantastic! I'll tell Lucas about this. :)
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  • F.S.U., Tulane, Hard Knocks
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Primum nihil usquam operatur
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I was raised by wolves in the Canadian Yukon. A Mayan shaman once told me I would be eaten by sharks, so I'm not really worried about anything that happens on dry land. I know both Kung Fu AND Voo Doo. 
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Have hiked the Himalaya and dove the ocean deep
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Mobile Technology Developer, Research in Human Rights
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  • Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
    Mobile Technology Developer, Research in Human Rights, 2012 - 2014
  • University of California
    Mobile Technology Developer, Research in Human Rights, 2012
  • Blue King Studios, Tulane University, International Criminal Court, Berkeley Human Rights Center
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Jamaica Plain, MA
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Tampa, FL - Sarasota, FL - The Hague, Netherlands - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala - Girdwood, Alaska - Tokyo, Japan - Taipei, Taiwan - Florence, Italy - New Orleans, LA - Gulu, Uganda - Monrovia, Liberia - Amman, Jordan - Bangui, Central African Republic - Tripoli, Lybia - Port au Prince, Haiti
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Great Chinese restaurant by any measure, the food and prices are great. Additionally, though, there are many Gluten Free options, and the menu is expanding to include even more. The proprietor was so friendly and welcoming,, even though we showed up late, rather than hurry us out, she spent time talking to us and making sure that we had a wonderful meal.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
This is part Dog Park, part Kid's park. There is a large fenced area where dogs can run and play. Several picnic tables for ownders to relax on. There is also a seperate area for kids and families. A well maintained though smallish jungle gym type set-up for kids to climb around on, there is a basketball court and a covered picnic area. This is a small but pretty park tucked away in a residential area, mostly used by the locals to walk their kids and dogs.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The worst place I have been for a meal in a long time. Stopped in with friends for a long dinner, with plenty of time and no worries about price, just hoping for a nice dinner. It took us more than three hours to get out of there. Our drinks took forever, our food took twice that long. When the food arrived, 2 out of 4 plates were completely the wrong food. Coconut crusted Grouper showed up as a piece of fish with no seasoning or crust of any kind. When asked, the waitress said "Oh yes, that's coconut crusted" It was like we had to prove it to her to have it taken away. Another dish was supposed to be conch picatta, but instead IT had coconut crust and wasn't conch at all, it was some kind of flaky fish. There was no picatta sauce. So, we sent half the food back, shared what we had. Our food was OK, nothing special. My scallops ($22) came as three scallops on a bed of mostly beans. No other sides. So we shared our food, finished it, waited and waited. It went on so long that I asked to see the manager (waitress was apologetic, but it didn't help). We waited. Asked to see manager again. We waited. Asked again. Waited. He finally showed up easily half an hour after we had asked to see him. He was very very nice, genuinely sorry, and offered to take a significant portion off of our bill. Our food finally arrived and was very mediocre. Our last round of drinks took 25 minutes to make it to our table and had to be brought over by the manager. We were there so long we drank 4 rounds of Mojitos, so I can also tell you that the drinks are weak, so weak that we didn't even bother with the plan to take a taxi home, but drove home unencumbered by the drinks. The manager was nice, but I'll never go back to that place, no one should.
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
These mechanics are rip-off artists. I went in for an estimate on brake repair. They gave me an extremely grim song and dance and a lot of technical talk about all the things that had to be replaced in an emergency. They gave me an estimate for $560. I took the estimate and called a few other places to get an estimate for the same work. I had the repairs done at Big Joe's in the same neighborhood for a total of $219. That's $341 difference. It's crooked and they are taking advantage of people. Everyone should know that they will wildly overcharge you for parts and labor.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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This tea shop is closed. The website is dead. The phone number is disconnected.
Atmosphere: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Big Joe's is a no-frills repair shop that repaired my brakes at a much cheaper rate than I got at Tire Kingdom. I got an estimate from Tire Kingdom for $560 and Big Joe's did the same work for $219. They saved me $341 and were nice about it.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
Love the delivery, fast and inexpensive. Food is always good, big fans of "Lemon Chicken" and "Mixed Vegetables".
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago