Enlaces almacenados durante esta semana en el repositorio de enlaces de entramado.net
- The Almost Completely Open Source Laptop Goes on Sale [WIRED]
- Wanna Build a Rocket? NASA’s About to Give Away a Mountain of Its Code [WIRED]
Forty years after Apollo 11 landed on the moon, NASA open sourced the software code that ran the guidance systems on the lunar module.
Next Thursday, NASA will release a master list of software projects it has cooked up over the years. This is more than just stuff than runs on a personal computer. Think robots and cryogenic systems and climate simulators. There’s even code for running rocket guidance systems.
This NASA software catalog will list more than 1,000 projects, and it will show you how to actually obtain the code you want. The idea to help hackers and entrepreneurs push these ideas in new directions — and help them dream up new ideas. Some code is only available to certain people — the rocket guidance system, for instance — but if you can get it, you can use it without paying royalties or copyright fee
- Intel Releases $99 “Minnowboard Max,” An Open-Source Single-Board Computer [TechCrunch]
- Mapas históricos [New York Public Library]
- Bauwens: Use a Peer Production License to Foster “Open Cooperativism” | David Bollier
- Samsung toma la delantera en la fabricación comercial del grafeno [Xataka]
- The fabricated plastic dinner plates of the 1960s [BruceSterling]
- How to Become Virtually Immortal [The New Yorker]
Laura Parker on the newest entry in the e-death industry, a start-up called Eterni.me: http://nyr.kr/1dU8VgL
“Developmental psychologists often talk about the importance of leaving a legacy—something tied to who we are that will outlive us. But this is usually something obvious, like having children or writing a novel. An avatar with an approximation of your voice and bone structure, who can tell your great-grandchildren how many Twitter followers you had, doesn’t feel like the same thing.”
Illustration by Dadu Shin.
- USAID y Cuba, otra idea “estúpida” [GUERRA ETERNA]