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Rehearsal for @oreillynext – Limor “Ladyada” Fried broadcasting live and more from @adafruit factory

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We think this is will be the first and only HD broadcast at an event from an open-source hardware factory ran by a pink haired lady 🙂

We did a mobile set up to do a factory tour, it went great.

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