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Mini Maker Faire and Google You


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NBN petition delivered to Australian MPs by Ian Woolf,
Google You by Ian Woolf,
From the Sydney Mini Maker Faire:
Julian talks about 3D modelling,
Chris Ferman talks about his 3D printed android,
Stuart Bartlett talks about BlueSat,
Janelle talks about making 3D printed Jewelery,
Gavin talks about Robots and Dinosaurs
Presented and produced by Ian Woolf

FTTP NBN supporters lobby Turnbull

A large collection of experiences with Telstra's copper network
Howard and Switkowski allowed U.S. to commence spying on Telstra customers from 29 November 2001 onwards
The Liberal Party of Australia: Reconsider your plan for a 'FTTN' NBN in favour of a superior 'FTTH' NBN

Automated generation of suggestions for personalized reactions in a social network
Automatic generation of content recommendations weighted by social network context
US 8091032 B2

Google patents robot help for social media burnout
Tired of social media? Why not have Google tweet for you


International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance

Sydney Mini Maker Faire blog - Powerhouse Museum
2013-11-24 11.46.54
Julian

2013-11-24 10.38.13

In Moov 3D printed Robot project
2013-11-24 12.31.45
UNSW BlueSat project
2013-11-25
Unellenu 3D printed Jewellery
2013-11-24 13.12.35
Robots and Dinosaurs Hackerspace


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November 25, 2013

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