[Noisebridge-announce] Five Minutes of Fame - September 16th, 2010 8pm
aestetix at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 06:42:15 UTC 2010
We are pleased to announce the monthly "Five Minutes of Fame", scheduled for
this Thursday, September 16th, at 8pm at Noisebridge. Bring yourself, your
friends, your pet alien, and ping dong balls to throw at the speakers.
All speakers have been notified, and the current schedule is as follows*:
Dr. Martin Luther King:
"Hands Free Technology" (Doug Engelbart)
"On Transparency in Activism: Why being Anti-Craigslist is Anti-Justice"
"Growtracks: Open Source Community Garden Bots." (Azimandis Satori)
"Overview of Internet Routing" (Nils)
"Getting Bus Predictions, Faster." (James Young)
"Noor Cities: the city of the future, built for humanity." (Daniel Farnan)
"Controlling Flame Effects with MIDI and the Web: A Case Study" (Jesse
"Hacker Space Build Up at Tzajala, Chiapas, Mexico" (Frantisek Apfelbeck)
"Staggering SPI performance on Arduino" (Dan)
"The Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment AKA the Videogame museum" (Alex
I want to extend thanks to all the speakers, but especially all the people
who have been showing up and make this event a success. Without all of you,
it would not be able to happen.
*schedule is subject to change, although the date/time/location will remain
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