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episode 11 - Tactical Technology Collective

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Recoded: 20 July 2007
Locations: Angel, London; Brighton, England
Tags: erider, tactical technology collective, luck of seven, documentary, citizen journalism, hacktivism, non-profits, open source
Music: random band at moo.com party
About: on the worst possible day to travel, i decided it would be a smart idea to travel from london to brighton. with the tube flooded, freeway and surface trains submerged, i arrived in brighton a few hours later than expected. despite nature's attempt to thwart my meeting, dirk slater and i spent the afternoon talking about technology, hacktivism and non-profits.

Tactical Technology Collective
http://tacticaltech.org

GRO
http://www.gromo.org/

GRO Case Study
http://www.lincproject.org/toolkit/case_studies/ucan_linux/gro2_.shtml

NOSI
http://www.nosi.net/

Circuit Rider - the global eRider community
http://www.eriders.net

NPO Groups
Tech Rider Email list - http://npogroups.org/lists/info/riders-tech

LINC Project
http://www.lincproject.org/

Amanda Hickman
http://velociraptor.info/notes

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