quemener.yves at free.fr
Wed Dec 5 00:55:50 CET 2012
Our messages crossed each other...
It is very interesting! My understanding is in that paper 7 doctors
collaborated and two of them (Clifford Smith and Larry Trowell) cited
Freeside Atlanta as their lab, right?
Can you give us a bit more details? Was that part of their professional
work or was this done on their hobby-time? Are there any specific
implications for them or for Freeside Technology Space? Do you think it
could have been done without the support of "official" universities and
Sorry for the many question, but this is exciting.
PS : oh and an optional question that is a pet-peeve of mine : why on hell
do people not consider it important to put the date of publication or
redaction in their articles?
On 05/12/12 10:30, Dr. Glass DPM wrote:
> On the topic of research, yes.
> Freeside Atlanta is a hackerspace in downtown Atlanta, GA, USA, and we have
> recently published a peer reviewed manuscript in the "Journal of Foot and
> Ankle Surgery" using 3D printing for pre-operative planning. We don't
> regularly publish peer reviewed publication material, but I would be happy
> to talk about the publication potential of hackerspace's, etc.
> I've attached the article itself if you have any questions.
> Email me (off list) if you need the document attached directly,
> Nicholas Giovinco
> Dr. Glass DPM - Video Podcast
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> On 4Dec, 2012, at 6:26 PM, Yves Quemener <quemener.yves at free.fr
> <mailto:quemener.yves at free.fr>> wrote:
>> On 05/12/12 10:12, James Carlson wrote:
>>> This wiki talks more about the formation and operation of a space at a
>>> detailed tactical level--we approached it from dealing with the common
>>> questions we get from spaces in the Space Federation, questions like "How
>>> do I incorporate?" which are of a different character than the Design
>>> Patterns are meant to accommodate.
>> The tactical level will be different from country to country. Be sure to
>> not just assume that your audience lives in the US.
>> If you are interested, I can provide you with the non-profit statuses that
>> we used to register two hackerspaces in France (The LOG in Grenoble and the
>> LOL in Lyon). I'll just have to blank the spaces for the name and addresses.
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