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BigOrange had to go into the shop to fix the door latch 😥 sounds like the shop sees that prob often 😕
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Great PBS video interview with Xenex explaining why their work is so important and urgent
Here’s a frightening fact: One of the most dangerous locations for exposure to germs and viruses is in a hospital. It’s estimated that hospital-acquired infections affect one in 25 patients and kill nearly 200 people every day in the U.S. But help is on the way, in the form of Xenex Germ-Zapping Robots.
Direct link to the video here: http://video.klrn.org/video/2365708093/
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Raspberry pi 3 and a BladeRF working together to emulate a GSM cellular tower – little freaky that anyone can do this 😵
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Congrats to Prager and his crew!
Rev3 Founder David Prager forms new fund, Monstro Ventures, to back early-stage tech startups
The team behind Monstro is launching a new microfund called Monstro Ventures, according to co-founder David Prager.
For the unfamiliar, Monstro is an ad agency with headquarters in Oakland and another office in Los Angeles that specializes in video creative, including videos that get hype going around crowdfunding or launches of new tech products.
Prager is best-known as the founder of Revision3, acquired by Discovery Communications in 2012. Rev3, as it is sometimes called, was an early player in Web TV, whose programs then and now cover niche topics in tech, gaming and other areas of pop culture.
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More color on the story behind why the fund was started:
THE STORY BEHIND MONSTRO VENTURES
“Maybe you should start a venture fund based on this. You might be one of only about five people in the world qualified to do it”.
These words came out of a close investor friend’s mouth as I sat down to speak with him last year at his office, somewhere inside of the WeWork facility at the intersection of Jones and Market Street in San Francisco. They would be pivotal. Last year I, along with two of my closest conspirators, realized that our combined experience as early adopters, as tech vets, and as storytellers gave us the unique opportunity to start something new. This is my story about how Monstro the creative agency and Monstro Ventures the venture capital firm came to be.
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Why the World Needs a Germ-Zapping Robot:
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Time to exercise the 458 in this kick’n weather… Hopefully I won’t get slowed down by a horse (‘cuz ya know – rodeo trail ride in town) 🙅 🐎
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The new RX may not be super fast nor super furious but I bet it will run for miles and miles and miles
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