[Noisebridge-discuss] LugRadio Live USA
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 26 03:44:30 UTC 2008
For anyone interested, I got an email from Stuart Langridge, telling me that they would like to have hardware hackers at LugRadio Live USA, "showing off cool things to do with technology."
I've copied his email to me, below.
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2008 19:15:15 +0000
From: "Stuart Langridge"
<sil at kryogenix.org>
To: "Mitch Altman"
<mitch at cornfieldelectronics.com>
Subject: Exhibiting at LugRadio Live USA
As you may or may not be aware, the very first LugRadio Live USA in
2008 is taking place at The Metreon in San Francisco. The event will
be happening on the 12th and 13th April 2008, and will provide the
unique atmosphere of the UK event, but in glorious San Francisco.
LugRadio Live has developed a strong reputation for providing a range
of topics about free software, Open Source, digital rights,
and more, a compelling list of speakers, exhibitors and birds of a
feather sessions, and wrapping it all in a unique, fun, loose, social
and inclusive event, which is often described as combining the
atmosphere of a rock concert and a computer conference. LugRadio
itself is a fortnightly online radio show which mainly focuses on
source software and Linux.
I'm really interested in the idea of having some hardware hackers at
the event as part of our exhibition area, showing off cool things to
do with technology. Brian Jepson pointed me in your direction -- with
the LugRadio team being in the UK, it was helpful to get someone who
knows the SF hardware scene. Brian mentioned that you were involved
with SFMicrocontrollers, which sounds like an ideal sort of group who
might be keen on being involved in LugRadio Live. Do you think you or
others in the group might be interested? You can find out more about
the event itself at http://www.lugradio.org/live/USA2008/, and do come
back to me with questions if you have any.
Stuart Langridge and the LugRadio team
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