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richard shyduroff
co-founder & co-director of the m.i.t. e-club ...
co-founder & co-director of the m.i.t. e-club ...

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... request for local-to-mit students & alums who have participated in the annual mit-isn-sdc (the soldier design competition, 13th year) to come join us today, tue20oct, at 6pm in 56-114, to share your competition experiences with new and returning students ... send student & colleague friends the reminder bits at: ... and stay after 7pm for our tech start-up seminar ec.074 in 4-402 with myself and joe hadzima '73 ... please forward around the institvte! tnx! ... - r

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... mit isn sdc 2015 launch info session today, 6pm in 56-114. all mit students, u/gs & Gs, join us today, tue20oct, when the mit e-club hosts the institute for soldier nanotechnologies SOLDIER DESIGN COMPETITION first meeting of the year.  alum and club advisor Capt. KURT KEVILLE, usma, course-6, mit-esd, and more, reviews the history of the competition, now in its 13th year, and leads discussions around the sdc's 7 challenges looking for sci, eng & tech solutions to a range of problems faced by the soldier on-the-ground. more: ... - rlds, for the e-club, tech start-up seminars ec.074, ec.075 and more ... <rdshydur at mit dot edu> ...

... reminder: m.i.t. e-club & tech start-up seminar ec.074, meetings & courses, return today with office-hours, 4-6pm in lobby-10; our regular, weekly, tuesday club meeting in 56-114; and our 6-credit tech start-ups at mit seminar, course EC.074, at 7pm in 4-402.  new & returning students, faculty, staff & alums welcome to present new, ongoing & interestingly failed start-ups in science, engineering & technology (all disciplines), plus nfps, ngos, funds & futures, social (but not apps, please), edu r&d, and new, untried b-models (sorry, we don't do b-plans)  - see for particulars and the club pages for scheds & example cases & topics ... - rlds

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... good morning hannibal - i wonder if you wrote this about a different museum or collection and posted it ref'g to the owls head /transportation/ museum, in-error? we have no objects i am aware of that are family histories, ships (or boats, even), and not of native ancestries.  was there a different museum or collection in these parts (owls head, rockland, and vicinity) you may have visited?  yet you assigned us 5 stars! thanks for any clue ... - r, volunteer docent & tinker at, owls head, maine ...

in our mit tech start-up seminar ec.075 this week:

        tue07apr: in-seminar ec.075 PART-2 of our tech start-up
        LEGAL CLINIC with JOE HADZIMA '73 (see details elsewhere in
        these columns) plus tonight's case CarKnow LLC, with founder
        and mit alum JOSH SIEGEL (course-2 phd candidate) (for more
        read about josh in these columns) * 7pm-9pm in 4-402 *

open only to the mit, harvard & wellesley college communities ...



in the mit e-club this week:
        tue07apr: OPEN format meeting, 6pm in 56-114 followed
        at 7:30pm by a talk & discussion with IEEE president elect
        BARRY SHOOP on a wide range of the organisation's current and
        futures work and related activities, plans & programmes * barry
        is visiting campus this week as part of his regular
        ambassadorial role * he'll be sharing his `update on IEEE
        activities, with a particular emphasis on discussing the
        breadth of contemporary methods and research that have the
        potential to transform conventional engineering processes.' *
        e-club host & organiser for this special session is KURT
        KEVILLE * send kurt queries at keville at mit dot edu *


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... no mit e-club 6pm tuesday meeting today - go instead to remember freshman matthew nehring '18 with the community in lobby-10 ...
details: ... 

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'oy mit e-club regulars & followers - today (tuesday) is yesterday's (monday) sched-of-classes, so, sadly, no regular, weekly, tuesday e-club meeting and no tech start-up seminar ec.075 ... this week's suggested readings begin with the current issue of the kauffman foundation's THOUGHTBOOK 2015:

i'll add this, and more, on ec.075's stellar site this morning ...

meanwhile, stay warm + safe + sane everyone ... oh, and, alas,
being still in maine today, no tuesday office-hours for me today
at the edgerton center.  however i plan to be available online
after dark for remote meets ... other thoughts via the usual
lists ... later, - r

... to mit students interested in the law of tech start-ups, on
behalf of sloan sr lecturer john akula, re his `improved' 15.618,
abstract below of what i posted earlier to my own mit seminars'
lists; x-reg'd harvards & wellesleys also welcome, as they are 
in my courses ... (and, btw, my former student & ta (of 5 years!)
josh siegel, phd candidate in course-2 and founder of CarKnow, llc,
took john's course last year and speaks highly of it ... - r

15.618 - Law & Technology Entrepreneurship
John Akula, Senior Lecturer in Law
mondays 4pm-7pm in e62-233 (first class meeting mon09feb)
nb: p/d/f is an option; sloan bidding proc NOT req'd! 
no class size limit - all welcome!
details beyond syllabus at:

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