HOPE 9 conference live audio/video stream

Posted on Saturday, July 14th, 2012 in conferences, site, talks by the machinegeek

The Hackers On Plant Earth conference, known as HOPE Number 9, is currently underway in New York City. The conference runs through July 15 and features speakers on a wide array of topics of interest to the hacker and open source community. The conference is sponsored by 2600 Magazine and occurs biennially in even numbered years.

The HOPE team is streaming live audio and video from the conference on their Radio Statler website. The site also has an accumulating archive of select conference proceedings so you can check out any recorded presentations you missed. (Note that the video stream is a live feed of the Radio Statler operations, and not live video of the conference presenters; the archives are select audio recordings of talks previously presented and interviews with presenters.)

If you didn’t make it to HOPE this year, you’ll want to keep an ear on the Radio Statler site this weekend!

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  1. This is cool stuff. I am going to watch out.

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