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June 12, 2012, 08:00:42 PM
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Apparently I was fired from ElletSys with out ever being notified as I was kicked from the ElletSys communication channel-- So now I have plenty of knowledge to contribute to the open source community.

I believe in the dream too PocketCoin! No more greedy corporates wasting our hard earned time and money!!!
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June 12, 2012, 08:02:49 PM
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Apparently I was fired from ElletSys with out ever being notified as I was kicked from the ElletSys communication channel-- So now I have plenty of knowledge to contribute to the open source community.

I believe in the dream too PocketCoin! No more greedy corporates wasting our hard earned time and money!!!
lol you were involved with that too?

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June 12, 2012, 08:09:42 PM
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Apparently I was fired from ElletSys with out ever being notified as I was kicked from the ElletSys communication channel-- So now I have plenty of knowledge to contribute to the open source community.

I believe in the dream too PocketCoin! No more greedy corporates wasting our hard earned time and money!!!
lol you were involved with that too?

Indeed for 6+ months.
It was a mess that's all I'm going to say.

I'll be posting a video within the next day or so demonstrating a touch screen (powered by a beagle bone)  sending and receiving bit coins which is research for my pipboy3000 project.
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June 13, 2012, 12:59:53 AM
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You know what would be interesting is if this device had GPS on it and when it was connected to the internet could ask the users smartphone if its within a 30 meter radius -- if its not it will send all funds to a preset fail safe bit coin address...That way someone would have to steal the device and it would have to be turned off before getting to far from the user other wise it will be set to "send bitcoins to address" mode next time it gets an internet connection.
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June 18, 2012, 12:28:13 PM
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take a look at the programmable screens of 4D-systems as well.

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June 19, 2012, 08:12:57 AM
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take a look at the programmable screens of 4D-systems as well.
Oh yeah I played with those, they were a pain in the but to control from a microprocessor
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