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  • EVERYTHING ELSE: 4 days and counting to the Open Hardware Summit!

    We've got 4 days to go until the Open Hardware Summit! And it's coming together marvelously. Don't forget to get your ticket!The Open Hardware Summit is a venue to discuss and draw attention to the...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Support the Open Hardware Summit!

    Sponsor the Summit! Sponsorship for the Open Hardware Summit is open! Special thanks to our sponsors who have already donated. The summit is in its second iteration in partnership with MAKE and Makerfaire at the...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Open Hardware Summit 2011 - Call for Submissions

    * * * Please Redistribute * * * The Open Hardware Summit (OHS) invites submissions for the second annual summit, to be held on September 15, 2011 in New York City. The Open Hardware Summit...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Open Hardware Definition 1.0

    Read the official post on the Open Hardware Summit blog! This is an exciting day in opening hardware!Finally D-day is here! We are pleased to announce the 1.0 of the Open Source Hardware Definition.The definition has...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Update Open Hardware Definition

    The Open Hardware Definition has been updated with a statement of principals: Open source hardware is hardware whose design is made publicly available so that anyone can study, modify, distribute, make and sell the design...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Join us for the Open Hardware Summit

    ickets for the Open Hardware Summit are on sale! Follow this link to purchase your ticket:http://www.openhardwaresummit.org/attend/Tickets include breakfast, lunch and cocktail hour at the end of the day. Along with your ticket price, you will also receive...

  • EVERYTHING ELSE: Announcing the Open Hardware Summit

    Bug Labs is excited to announce the Open Hardware Summit in conjunction with MAKE, and Creative Commons, and a little help from our friends at NYSCI, littleBits and Eyebeam! The Open Hardware Summit will be...

  • OPINIONS: OpenMoko, Open Hardware, and Open Discussion

    First let me say that we at Bug are big fans of OpenMoko.  Not only have we benefited from the work that has gone into the product, they have also been a role model for...

  • HOW TO: more on Designing for BUG

    Adding to what Kashif wrote in his post here: http://community.buglabs.net/kashif/posts/55-Designing-for-Bug-LabsI wanted to add a few thoughts about the design approach from a designer's perspective.Since BUG represents a radical departure from traditional CE design in that...

  • HOW TO: Designing for Bug Labs

    As designers, we crave the opportunity to work on cutting-edge products that challenge the status-quo: things that challenge the norm for a good reason.  So when Peter Semmelhack approached ECCO Design, back in 2006, to...

  • MADE@BUG: Cheap Ambient Audio: Round 1

    My first TK project, a wall-wart sized device that plugs into a wall and plays audio from a sd/mmc card to a mono speaker, completely self contained.  No track selections, no LCD, not even a...

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