Un Arduino, unos solenoides y algunas piezas impresas en 3D han robotizado un viejo Xilófono dándole la posibilidad de tocar a Yann Tiersen!! (Tocando musica de Yan tiersen con xilofono impreso en 3d lo controla arduino....q soye ..
“Alexis Ohanian, the 29-year old founder of social news site Reddit, has partnered with the online advocacy group Fight for the Future to create what they’re calling the “Internet Defense League.” Ohanian describes the project, which they plan to officially launch next month, as a “Bat-Signal for the Internet.” Any website owner can sign up on the group’s website to add a bit of code to his or her site–or receive that code by email at the time of a certain campaign–that can be triggered in the case of a political crisis like SOPA, adding an activist call-to-action to all the sites involved, such as a widget or banner asking users to sign petitions, call lawmakers, or boycott companies.
Two years ago, a Dutch student named Dirk Vander Kooij was designing furniture and preparing for his graduation project when he was inspired by an old 3D printer. So he got his hands on an industrial robot from a Chinese production line and reprogrammed it into a 3D printer to print furniture using recycled materials from old refrigerators."
OK this does not relate to Bitcoin directly, our objective was to make life 'simple' for the user. Complexity has a negative impact on security compliance! it's a delicate balancing act. The best way to ensure security, is to ...
"What is abundance-based money? To describe money as abundance-based, rather than scarcity-based, is much like comparing “free speech” to “free beer.” Like “free speech,” abundance-based money is money which anyone can create. However, to create money, as opposed to empty symbols, it must be possible to convince (or compel) others to accept it as payment. Until recently, this has largely been the preserve of commercial banks, backed by legal tender laws. However, we are now seeing the rise of peer-to-peer architectures for creating money abundantly, without reliance on the banking system. Such systems challenge the notion that money must be scarce and centralised to be valuable.
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