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CubeSpawn in the NASA TechBriefs Contest (UPDATE)

Letter to the P2P communityI've been all over the web this week, blogging, posting comments on technical boards, chatting in IRC and the like. So far its paying off - I'm 7 votes from being #3 out of over 400 entries in the contest - I am shooting for #1 which will require 31 additional votes as of today - but its a moving target - I'd like to invite any and all to cast their votes for this project. The process takes about 5 minutes. The contest ends on the 30th of June.You can Vote Here: …See More
Jun 27, 2011
James Jones commented on James Jones's blog post CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!
"Oh and BTW, many thanks for the attempt! I hope their difficulties don't sabotage this effort..."
Jun 21, 2011
James Jones commented on James Jones's blog post CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!
"I saw that on a co-workers attempt as well - but she was able to vote some minutes later - not sure what that is about... As to personal information - I have a throw-away email for just this kind of internet hazard and my birthdate,  address,…"
Jun 21, 2011
Sepp Hasslberger commented on James Jones's blog post CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!
"I tried to vote but the site doesn't let me register. I do the registration, no error message, but on login it says wrong username/password. (filled out the form twice, both times I got the same result.... and by the way it took me a while to…"
Jun 21, 2011
A blog post by James Jones was featured

CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!

For those that have followed the developments in CubeSpawn: I'll give a brief introduction to the current request for support, For folks new to the concept: I'll give a short overview and describe what I see as the benefits to this approach over the current, unstructured approach to Open Source Hardware My Request:I have placed an Entry in a NASA TechBriefs contest and at…See More
Jun 19, 2011
James Jones posted a blog post

CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!

For those that have followed the developments in CubeSpawn: I'll give a brief introduction to the current request for support, For folks new to the concept: I'll give a short overview and describe what I see as the benefits to this approach over the current, unstructured approach to Open Source Hardware My Request:I have placed an Entry in a NASA TechBriefs contest and at…See More
Jun 19, 2011
A blog post by James Jones was featured

P2P Etiquette

I am hopefully not breaking P2P etiquette here, but my Kickstarter project funding seems to be stalled.If I am to make further progress this year, I need to make this work.So, I am requesting that you consider 5 or 10 dollars for the project, its is less about the amount, than about attracting a show of interest and support. This is a reasonably small sum, and you'll all have access to the full plans when they are published in march 2010. Equally important is for interested people to attract…See More
Jan 3, 2010
Michel Bauwens commented on James Jones's blog post P2P Etiquette
"If you can formalize your text here a little bit, we can republish it on the regular blog, which has a lot more readers, Michel"
Jan 3, 2010
James Jones posted a blog post

P2P Etiquette

I am hopefully not breaking P2P etiquette here, but my Kickstarter project funding seems to be stalled.If I am to make further progress this year, I need to make this work.So, I am requesting that you consider 5 or 10 dollars for the project, its is less about the amount, than about attracting a show of interest and support. This is a reasonably small sum, and you'll all have access to the full plans when they are published in march 2010. Equally important is for interested people to attract…See More
Jan 3, 2010
A blog post by James Jones was featured

Observations on "Open Everything"

I was finally able to slow down enough from catching up on things and do a little exploring of the P2P site. And so, had the chance to watch Mr. Bauwens TEDx “Open Everything” presentation .I was most taken by the observations about the shifts between periods of acceptable norms in society, and their reflected effects on the structure of governance. Especially as it relates to the current transition.A more concise analogy might be that small independent bubbles form at the bottom of the pan…See More
Dec 28, 2009
Michel Bauwens commented on James Jones's blog post Observations on "Open Everything"
"Thanks for the bubble metaphor, it is indeed very apt!"
Dec 28, 2009
James Jones posted a blog post

Observations on "Open Everything"

I was finally able to slow down enough from catching up on things and do a little exploring of the P2P site. And so, had the chance to watch Mr. Bauwens TEDx “Open Everything” presentation .I was most taken by the observations about the shifts between periods of acceptable norms in society, and their reflected effects on the structure of governance. Especially as it relates to the current transition.A more concise analogy might be that small independent bubbles form at the bottom of the pan…See More
Dec 27, 2009
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This is an open project with the goal of catalyzing strategic confluence among related projects.Confluence: ‘a coming or flowing together, meeting, or gathering at one point’… ‘the flowing together of two or more streams’See More
Dec 24, 2009
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Dec 23, 2009
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Dec 23, 2009

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About Me:
I am currently building an Open Source, Flexible Manufacturing System to attempt to accelerate the adoption of open source manufacturing practices.
How did you come across this network?
via mutual connections at the openhardware google group
Website:
http://www.cubespawn.com

James Jones's Blog

CubeSpawn in the NASA TechBriefs Contest (UPDATE)

Letter to the P2P community

I've been all over the web this week, blogging, posting comments on technical boards, chatting in IRC and the like.

 

So far its paying off - I'm 7 votes from being #3 out of over 400 entries in the contest - I am shooting for #1 which will require 31 additional votes as of today - but its a moving target - I'd like to invite any and all to cast their votes for this project. The process takes about 5 minutes. The contest ends on the 30th of…

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Posted on June 27, 2011 at 20:23

CubeSpawn Needs Votes to Get Funded!

For those that have followed the developments in CubeSpawn: I'll give a brief introduction to the current request for support,

 

For folks new to the concept: I'll give a short overview and describe what I see as the benefits to this approach over the current, unstructured approach to Open Source Hardware

 

My Request:

I have placed an Entry in…

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Posted on June 19, 2011 at 4:54 — 3 Comments

P2P Etiquette

I am hopefully not breaking P2P etiquette here, but my Kickstarter project funding seems to be stalled.

If I am to make further progress this year, I need to make this work.



So, I am requesting that you consider 5 or 10 dollars for the project, its is less about the amount, than about attracting a show of interest and support. This is a reasonably small sum, and you'll all have access to the full plans when they are published in march 2010. Equally important is for interested… Continue

Posted on January 3, 2010 at 2:00 — 1 Comment

Observations on "Open Everything"

I was finally able to slow down enough from catching up on things and do a little exploring of the P2P site. And so, had the chance to watch Mr. Bauwens TEDx “Open Everything” presentation .



I was most taken by the observations about the shifts between periods of acceptable norms in society, and their reflected effects on the structure of governance. Especially as it relates to the current transition.



A more concise analogy might be that small independent bubbles form at… Continue

Posted on December 27, 2009 at 20:00 — 1 Comment

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