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Entrepreneurs, Professionals & Investors Network (EPI-Net) (http://www.meetup.com/Toronto/)
Toronto NEW TECH Circle
* EPI-Networking on Mobile Apps #2
Date: 2/20 (Friday @ 7pm)
* EPI-Networking on Social Media & Marketing
Date: 1/9 (Friday @ 7pm)
Cost: FREE (just pay for your own orders)
* For ALL other EPI-Net events not directly relevant to focus of this group, please check Toronto Entrepreneurs (18,000 entrepreneurs worldwide) (http://www.meetup.com/Toronto-Entrepreneurs/)
Dec. 12: EPI-Networking on Mobile Apps & Social Media
Dec. 10: 3D Printing Meetup
Oct. 30: 3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping
New Tech info & advancements:
* Viewpoints in these articles do not represent those of members in this group, circle, or their organizers.
International Space Station’s 3-D Printer
The International Space Station’s 3-D printer has manufactured the first 3-D printed object in space (http://www.nasa.gov/content/open-for-business-3-d-printer-creates-first-object-in-space-on-international-space-station/index.html), paving the way to future long-term space expeditions. The object, a printhead faceplate, is engraved with names of the organizations that collaborated on this space station technology demonstration: NASA and Made In Space, Inc., the space manufacturing company that worked with NASA to design, build and test the 3-D printer.
For the full article, please check http://www.nasa.gov/content/international-space-station-s-3-d-printer/#.VMr-PcZFdKo
Tony Tijan, Chief Executive and Managing Director, Cue Ball Group
Wearables Weren’t Quite Ready: There was much excitement around wearable technology, but practical usage isn’t quite there so adoption has been low. While there were some notable product releases, wide-spread adoption and everyday use is still not at hand. For that to happen, creators need to figure out use cases and applications that genuinely simplify everyday tasks, rather than complicate them. 2015 will feature greater entrepreneurial enablement.
Robofish: Silent Nemo
12 December 2014
"The small and surprisingly dangerous detail the police track about you" by Catherine Crump (TED Fellow)