I just read that Hamilton Bohannon passed away on Friday. Thank you for "A Happy Song for You Pt 1", it lifts me up.

Australian water dragon. Our garden animal. Pops in every evening for a blueberry. We know you should never feed the wildlife, so apologies.

Just before an outpour of rain, first in months. On holiday in Brisbane. There's my sister.

Trying to take a selfie with a puppy last weekend. Very difficult with all the moves :).

A hardware version of "airplane mode" - shield bag, protecting your phone from gsm, umts, lte, gps, audio, wifi, etc frequenties. Making bags with material mix of polyester, copper and nickle (HNG100). Sewing machine and gaffer tape in the mix.

Maria, organiser of the 2003 /ETC in Athene, wearing the T-shirt from then!

Workshop Put it on te Map! Visualising data with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In the venue Communitism.

This is the street name in the Greek alphabet. Without the numeral of course.

Next /ETC starts in two weeks in Athens!
The Eclectic Tech Carnival is a gathering of feminists who critically explore and develop everyday skills and information technologies in the context of free speech, free software and open hardware.
I designed the poster and flyers in Python using Flat (xxyxyz.org/flat)

The next electictechcarnival.org is in Athens from 8 - 13 October 2019.
The /ETC is a gathering of feminists, who critically use/study/share/improve everyday information technologies in the context of the free software and open hardware movements.

Halt and Catch Fire!

The Open Call for contributions for the Eclectic Tech Carnival 2019, from 8 to 13 October in Athens, Greece, is now online in English (Greek version coming soon).

We are only waiting to be amazed by your ideas, so please get in touch: eclectictechcarnival.org/ETC20

Aaaaand, I'm 50 now. So I went for a long cycle ride in the midsummer sun :)

Who is up for cycling to #cccamp2019 ?
I'm searching for co-bikers to do (a bit of) the way together.

Through Germany via EuroVelo2


And then by chance I met the person who designed the Critical Mass Karlsruhe's logo, Steffen. I commented on his cool t-shirt, got talking and so on :).

Such a nice way to see a city - joining the monthly Critical Mass cycle ride :).

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