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February 9, 2012 AT 5:12 pm

Full Interview: Limor Fried on Open Source Hardware on CBC Radio-Canada

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Full Interview: Limor Fried on Open Source Hardware. Spark – An ongoing conversation about technology and culture, hosted by Nora Young… (MP3 here too).

Making wearable computers? A booster for your iPhone made out of a mint box? It doesn’t get more DIY than this. Limor Fried is the founder an lead engineer at Adafruit Industries. She’s one of the leading forces behind the maker movement – people who like to alter technology to better it, or make electronics at home from scratch. And she’s particularly interested in making hardware that is open source.

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3 Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing, your a good interviewee. 🙂

  2. I look forward to listening. CBC’s Spark is an awesome show, and I have a feeling this episode will be especially great.

  3. Great interview!

    Was Limor in Canada for this? If Limor’s ever in Toronto/Ottawa/Montreal in the future, we’d love to set up a speaking engagement at Artengine (www.artengine.ca) — keep in touch!

    Best,
    Andrew O’Malley

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