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This session was probably the most mind-blowing and entertaining one at DLD10. Eric Johanson and Pablos Holman, professional hackers, showing off their amazing skills in this panel. Using modern technology they are trying to solve problems like Malaria or Tsunamis.

Created: 01/19/2011 • 489058 view(s) • Date of speech: 01/24/2010 • Label: technology,future,innovation • Language: English • City of the speech: Munich See the conference in details



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Pablos Holman

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Pablos Holman is a futurist, IT security expert, and a notorious hacker with a unique view into both breaking and building new technologies. At Komposite, he consults on bizarre invention and design projects that assimilate new technologies. Holman is the designer of a mobile phone thigh holster sold by Seattle-based Tsaya. Previously, as director of software at OQO, he helped build the world''s smallest PC. He also built spaceships at Blue Origin, and AI agent systems for the stock market at Xigo. He is a core member of The Shmoo Group of information security professionals, and helped create the Hackerbot, a WiFi-seeking robot. He deployed the first SeattleWireless Community Network link.

Country or city of residence: Greater Seattle Area
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3ric Johnson

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"3ric Johanson has been a hacker for many years. He's been involved with several successful projects, most of which he can't talk about and never really happened. What we do know is that he has designed and built a system which shoots mosquitoes with lasers. His past work includes excessive voltages, Shmoocon, Hackerbot Labs (A Seattle-based hackerspace), vend-o-rand and rainbowtables. By day, he is a Project Scientist and Entropy Generator at Intellectual Ventures Laboratory

Country or city of residence: Seattle, WA
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