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Thank You!

Thanks everyone for coming to this years Open Hardware Summit at MIT. The flickr and twitter hashtag is #ohsummit. We will post the link to the archived footage once it is available. Consider supporting Open Hardware and Open Culture all year by becoming a member of OSHWA !! In addition, if you are interested in […]

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Livestream Alt link

We have a livestream alternative link available! http://2013.oshwa.org/stream/    

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LIVESTREAM

is here

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The SUMMIT IS TOMORROW!

Tomorrow at Kresge Auditorium, MIT is this years Open Hardware Summit!  Doors open at 7:45am with Breakfast and Registration, Summit starts at 9am sharp. The complete schedule for the day has been released here. Extensive information on how to get to MIT‘s campus can be found on their website. Overflow tickets will be available until […]

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Schedule

7:45  Doors Open. Registration.  Poster and Demo Set-up. 9:00  Opening Remarks: Addie Wagenknecht, Open Hardware Summit Chair 9:10  Keynote Eben Moglen 9:35  Democratizing Knowledge and Collective Innovations Plenary Session 12:30 Lunch. Poster and Demo area open 1:30  Innovation and Revolution Plenary Session 3:10  Open Ecologies Plenary Session 4:30  Break 4:45  Panel: Open Source Business: Forking […]

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Overflow tickets Open

Due to extremely high demand we have decided to open up overflow ticketing as we have the additional seats available. These tickets might include an e-badge but WILL NOT GUARANTEE A BAG. We will be unable to add in additional food with the caterers with such short notice, so meals will not be included in […]

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Jeremy Blum’s “Exploring Arduino” at this years OHS

Jeremy Blum will be present at this years OHS to speak and sign his new book Exploring Arduino. The book was written for any tech-savvy person of any age who wants to explore using electronics and programming for the first time, or who wants to expand upon their existing engineering knowledge. Its a comprehensive overview on […]

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Ready, Set, Hack!

For the next month, the Summit Chairs will be featuring information about our accepted speakers, demos, sponsors and posters.  If you wish to be featured please email or tweet Addie   Wyolum has made it possible for anyone to edit their badge the day of the Summit.  Justin has already written a program called “wifit” […]

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Nominations for OSHWA board member positions

OSHWA is looking for 5 new faces to join the board of directors for the Open Source Hardware Association. Please fill out this form to become a nominee or forward the link to the person you wish to nominate for them to fill out. The purpose of this form will be to tell voting members a bit […]

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littleBits to demo at OHS!

littleBits is an opensource library of electronic modules that snap together with tiny magnets for prototyping, learning, and fun. The littleBits system consists of tiny circuit-boards with specific functions engineered to snap together with magnets. No soldering, no wiring, no programming. Each bit has a specific function (light, sound, sensors, buttons, thresholds, pulse, motors, etc), […]

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