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The best ebook reader app ever, for Mac, Linux, Android, Windows etc. I repeat: best. And free, as in beer.
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Watch this if you think about the future and your job. #future #jobs #robots #scarcity  
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Amazing! The future is here, it's just unevenly distributed! #p2p #openhardware #abundance  
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“Labor is prior to, and independent of, capital. Capital is only the fruit of labor, and could never have existed if labor had not first existed. Labor is the superior of capital, and deserves much the higher consideration.”  Abraham Lincoln.
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How To Start A Hackerspace
http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2012/11/12/how-to-start-a-hackerspace/
http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2012/11/12/how-to-start-a-hackerspace-part-1/

A fantastic new series on +Adafruit Industries by +Eric Michaud 

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Hi, I’m +Eric Michaud 

From the first time I visited a Hackerspace, I knew that I had to do everything I could to get Hackerspaces everywhere. I first experienced Hackerspace C-Base in Berlin, before there was an NYC Resistor, a Noisebridge, or a HacDC. I came back to the United States and found community with like minds – and then I co-founded Washington’s first Hackerspace HacDC and founded Chicago’s first Hackerspace, Pumping Station: One. Since then, I’ve been traveling full-time, fundraising for Hackerspaces with College of Lockpicking.

This How To Start A Hackerspace guide is for you, for everyone who has felt like I have and wanted to have a space to hack, to find community, to learn, to break things, to make things and to have a place to do it. Read How To Start A Hackerspace and find out everything you need to know to get started – including learning from the trials and tribulations of myself and my co-founders – and how to make a successful Hackerspace a reality.

Share this information widely, because we will have great hacks, hackers, and Hackerspaces when everyone can set up their own Hackerspaces.

Now, let’s get started.

In this “How To” I’ve broken it up into several parts listed below:

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 1
What is a Hackerspace, and who do you want as your core crew to build your Hackerspace?
http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2012/11/12/how-to-start-a-hackerspace-part-1/

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 2 – A Place To Hack All The Things
What requirements does your Hackerspace need to meet?

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 3 – A Home For Your Hackerspace
Where to locate your Hackerspace, and things you’ll need to consider.

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 4 – Get It Done
Make a task list and delegate responsibility to the core crew.

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 5 – Money and Resources
How to bring in resources to get the tools and materials you need.

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 6 – Get Your Space Ready
What to do, and where to put everything in your space once you have it.

How To Start A Hackerspace: Part 7 – Launch
What to do when everything is set up.

Got that? Awesome!

As you read How To Start A Hackerspace remember that Hackers are people who push the boundaries of their form and art, in whichever discipline that is. A Hackerspace is just a physical resource that is empty until you fill it up with tools, people, and projects. Check out what other hackers have done at global resource hackerspaces.org, and find shared info and wisdom at hackerspaces.org/wiki/Documentation.

http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/

+hackerspaces.org #hackerspaces  +Eric Michaud 
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+Adafruit Industries takes up the +Electronic Frontier Foundation's call-to-action to keep 3D printing open! The EFF is trying to help us, let's help them!

1) Go dig around in the US patent applications and see if you can find anything that's 3d printing related.
2) Find some prior art. It's most likely already out there, in forums, blog posts, wikis, flickr, etc.
3) Report it to the EFF.
4) We all win. (AKA "profit," but less corporate.)

http://appft1.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html
Here’s an important call-to-action from the EFF who are encouraging the 3D community to help them identify and challenge “patent applications that particularly threaten growing 3D printing technologie...
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http://kune.ourproject.org/faq/ #kune #collaboration #P2P #opensource  
We thought you might be interested in the new release of the collaborative federated social network Kune: Kune codename "Ostrom" http://kune.cc/ Kune is focused in real-time collaboration (not just communication), in building (not just in sharing). This new release is fully multi-lingual, supporting 12 languages, and with multiple improvements. It is coined "Ostrom" as a homage to the Nobel Prize of Economics Elinor Ostrom, who demonstrated how the Commons can be managed by their communities in a better and more successful way than how the State and the Market manage them.

Kune aims to be a free/libre decentralized social network, so you would stop using Facebook. It provides real-time simultaneous collaborative edition of documents so you can stop using Google Docs and wikis. It allows you to communicate in discussion lists, so you stop using mailing lists and Google/Yahoo/MSN Groups. It provides group calendars so you forget about Google Calendar. It provides chat compatible with Gmail/Jabber chat accounts of your friends. It allows galleries of images, videos, maps or any rich contents, so you can stop using Flickr/Youtube. It provides multiple other tools for collaboration such as polls, doodles, or add-ons (same way as the Firefox add-ons). It is an advanced mail inbox so you use less and less your classical e-mail. And eventually, it will allow publishing contents to the general public so you would be able to create your own customized group web-pages without needing any CMS (WordPress, Drupal, etc).
Welcome! This site is a Kune node. Kune, which means "together" in esperanto, is a network of interconnected sites like this one, where you can communicate, share, collaborate with others and create y...
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