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From sand to silicon chips, openly



On Sun, 25 Mar 2018 00:09:00 +0000
Steven Schear <schear.steve at gmail.com> wrote:

> Its one thing to have open CPUs but what about the rest of the
> hardware you need to build actual products? The best answers today
> are probably only be found in Shenzhen.
> 

      > https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=SGJ5cZnoodY

Some interesting, anti IP thoughts in there. ^^^^^

here's more stuff from bunnie huang more
	
ed2k://|file|The%20Hardware%20Hacker_%20Adventures%20in%20Making%20and%20Breaking%20Hardware%20-%20Andrew%20_bunnie_%20Huang%20(No%20Starch%20Press;2017;9781593277581;eng).pdf|31906259|1ADD4CA296098F73CB070E31FA2FB863|/


	" every January,
	instead of going to the frenzied Consumer Electronics Show
	(CES) in Las Vegas, I rented a cheap apartment in Shenzhen
	and engaged in the â??monastic study of manufacturingâ??; for
	the price of one night in Las Vegas, I lived in Shenzhen for a
	month. I deliberately picked neighborhoods with no English
	speakers and forced myself to learn the language and customs
	to survive. (Although Iâ??m ethnically Chinese, my parents pri-
	oritized accent-free fluency in English over learning Chinese"
		



> 
> 
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2018, 9:13 AM Steven Schear <schear.steve at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> 
> > http://parallel.princeton.edu/openpiton/open_source_processors.php
> >