This week Shannon pops a surprise interview on John, asking all about open source. We talk about what it is, why people do it, and what it means for your cat videos. We round out the show talking about a physics problem that has stumped some of the greatest minds.
- EP 114 – “Chasrismatic Megafauna” (Flyover App)
- EP 177 – “Everything is a few weeks away” Open Drone Map
- Using Open Source Tools to Refactor Geoscience Education | SciPy 2016 | Lindsey Heagy
- John’s Geotech Class
- Open Source Hardware Association
- Embedded.fm 193: AXIOMATICALLY DID NOT HAPPEN
- Railroader’s Memorial Museum
- Arduino vs. Arduino
- Kirchhoff Equations
Fun Paper Friday
- What problem could possibly stump the likes of Feynman? Turns out, it’s spaghetti!
- Audoly, Basile, and Sébastien Neukirch. “Fragmentation of rods by cascading cracks: why spaghetti does not break in half.” Physical review letters 95.9 (2005): 095505.
Shannon Dulin – @ShannonDulin