Wired has put together a list of designs for the developing world. It includes a gravity fed drip system for farming, a passive vaccine cooler and no waste/no spoilage milk jug for dairy farmers. I... Read More – ‘The politics of design for the developing world.’.
We’ve just started a mini-project called Bad Data. Bad Data provides real-world examples of how not to publish data. It showcases the poorly structured, the mis-formatted, and the just plain... Read More – ‘Bad Data: real-world examples of how not to do data’.
I was honored to speak at the recent launch of Yellowwood’s white paper on transformative innovation in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Here’s my talk. Introduction I used to be a... Read More – ‘On transformative innovation with Yellowwood’.
This article was originally written by Steven Seidenberg and published on the site Intellectual Property Watch. IP Watch requires you to create an account to read their CC BY-NC-ND licensed articles.... Read More – ‘US Supreme Court Declines Review Of Controversial Copyright Ruling’.
I have been helping some mechanical engineering students from the side-lines with a project to make an open-source rapidly-erectable communications tower, with internal space for comms gear and... Read More – ‘Open-Source Collapsable Communications Tower’.