Entries Matching: Innovation
Last month the world of Open Source Hardware descended on Washington as part of OH/DC. The goal of the event was to begin to introduce policymakers to the Open Source Hardware movement. Enthusiasts, educators, businesspeople, and academics came together on panels and during demonstrations to explain just what Open Source Hardware is all about.
If you could not make it to the event, you can catch up below with pictures, video, and audio.
On today's podcast we explain OH/DC: Open Source Hardware comes to DC. We also discuss problems that new iPad users are running into on 4G networks (and issue Public Knowledge has focused on for some time).
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Mark your calendars. Last year Public Knowledge introduced the wonks of DC to 3D printing at 3D/DC. This year we are bringing another round of cutting edge technology to the nation’s capital – open source hardware – for OH/DC. RSVP now.
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But now, on to this week's podcast!
One of the benefits of the FCC's often-laborious process of rulemaking is that it allows new issues to be discovered and resolved. This is what has happened in the Commission's proceeding on a seemingly-arcane issue: "encryption of the basic tier."