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A nice 360 photo of the nice folks in the Content session on day one of IndieWebCamp NYC2

Happy IndieWebCamp NYC day 1! Bonding over beers at Top Hops Beer Shop.

Attending IndieWebCamp NYC2

Having a sushi on a Thursday.

She is not a braggart, but I am. So proud to announce that @amyhurst is now an Associate Professor at @UMBC! Tenure powers: activate!

#DWebSummit got me excited about NameCoin. Time to buy some with DOGE … tomorrow after 20GB of DOGE blockchain has downloaded.

Having a nice dinner at Joe Benny with Matt.

Test post from mobile with my computing buddy.

DHF FabSLAM 2016 Wrap-up

The wonderful folks at the Digital Harbor Foundation put on their annual FabSLAM event, where local area youth form teams to identify and solve real world challenges using digital fabrication technologies. This year's theme was "Cities".

I feel very honored to have been selected as a judge for this year's event!

FabSLAM organizers Stephanie Grimes and Shawn Grimes pose with this year's judges

As always, the judges had some time set aside to visit with each team, hear their pitch, play with their demos, ask questions, and review their documentation before the public is invited in to do the same things. We were then locked away for deliberation for almost an hour, which turned out to be just enough time to make some tough choices about rankings.

Congratulations to all the teams that participated!

You can find DHF's excellent write-up of the event, here.

You can find a nice write-up and video by Voice of America, here. Towards the end you can hear a soundbite where I am excited about throwing the winning team's entry into the harbor.

And for good measure, here are DHF's Flickr photos from the event.