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GLOBAL GEEK TOUR: OS presentation in Bangalore, India

Posted on Thursday, October 25th, 2012 in #liveupdates, Global Geek by DP

Giving a talk on open source hardware to a really generous audience at the Center for Internet and Society in Bangalore.

Watch for live updates of our Global Geek Tour of India on twitter. If you hate the social media craze wait for it to pop on the blog.

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