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Hey all, happy to announce that NODE Vol 02 is out featuring 180 pages of articles and interviews about P2P and open hardware projects, with an updated Open Source Directory and new Meshnet Atlas! Download a digital version for free or preorder a hard copy

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Here’s a video of @Famicoman’s “Networks of Philly” talk from this past Saturday:

The video is laggy for the first 10 minutes, but the audio is good. You can find the slides here:

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Join us Saturday, 9/24 at 2 p.m. for 'Networks of Philly,' a presentation by Mike Dank (@Famicoman) on our city's hidden network infrastructure. It's free!

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Low-Tech Magazine and No Tech Magazine are such treasures of the web. I can just loose a couple hours surfing all the super interesting articles on these sites.

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OK OK OK my book The Illustrated Guide to Video Formats and associated website with illustrations+data are both out now!!!

Hey users, I'm considering getting some Field Notes Expedition notebooks but heard they are finicky with what pens will work effectively on them. I've mainly used micron 02 (I think) on my non-waterproof Field Notes and like fine tip but don't know how they'd work on an Expedition. I've heard Sharpies are a good alternative?

Some new after a long hiatus. We have spicy garlic cucumber pickles, spicy garlic honey, and garlic ginger beet kvass with and without dill.

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We’re pleased to announce #MeshJam2022, a two-day celebration of mesh networking at Iffy Books. We'll have mesh talks and workshops all day on Saturday, August 13 and Saturday, August 20. Hope to see you there!

Dear fediverse, I need more rad people to follow. Please give me recommendations!

I haven't seen the documentary yet, but for years now I always take the opportunity to pass by the original Horn & Hardart Automat location at 8th and Chestnut in Philadelphia. It's just a cool-looking building.

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On Saturday, 7/23 at 2 pm, Mike Dank (@Famicoman) will give a talk called 'Networks of Philly' on the hidden telecom infrastructure that shapes our city. See you there!

I think I need to wire a new fuse holder into it but this RadioShack phone is pretty awesome looking even if it doesn't power up yet. I just got the power cable for it today as it uses a 5-pin DIN connector. I'm not even sure if this is supposed to work without the two (yes two!) lead acid batteries inserted but we will see.

I gave a talk about the Networks of Philly project (, which discovers and documents cool in Philadelphia, at @iffybooks this past Saturday. For anyone interested the slides are available here in a few different formats:

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