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Put your name and title of your presentation - additionally a link if anyone wants to learn more.

(we have 10 slots only!)

1. I made a bootleg R O L E X watch face for a Samsung Gear S2. Things I did. Installed Certificates. Made an account on Samsung app store. Turned off CPU VT for the emulator. Reboot the hardware watch after each deploy --SteeleNivenson (talk)

2. Luke Iseman, "DIY shipping container homes." boxouse

3. Lizzie "something about security probably"

4. ESP-LISP - an interactive lisp on 2USD esp8266 ("arduino++") wifi-computer, jsk - https://github.com/yesco/esp-lisp

5. Mitch - ArduTouch Arduino-compatible Music Synthesizer kit

6. Steve Phillips, CrypTag: Encrypted, taggable, searchable cloud storage + Secure mobile and desktop apps for activists, journalists, and you => Data privacy for every Internet user

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FULL - Add your talk to next week's 5mof