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Dan Raile

  1. Everyman Iron Man: Ekso hopes to bring "human augmentation" to the masses

    Ekso Bionics co-founder and CEO Nate Harding shares some key traits with Tony Stark.

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  2. As US wrestles with regulations, Europe provides friendly skies for commerical drones

    As the US government continues to wrestle with the legality and desirability of commercial drones, our friends in Europe seem to be ahead of the game. The European Commission has today announced it will develop Europe-wide regulations around the use of civic and commercial drones (which they insist on calling “remotely piloted aircraft systems, or RPAS which is no fun at all).

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  3. Special ed teacher evicted over Airbnb use. Not our problem, says Airbnb

    This morning the San Francisco Chronicle took to the inkwaves to tell the story of Jeffrey Katz, a special education teacher who is being evicted because his landlord discovered he had rented his unit on Airbnb.

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  4. Welcome to SF's freespace: Where the upper-crust meets the crust

    Just beyond the daunting loom of Pando Media’s Global HQ in San Francisco’s Mid-Market district a revolutionary incubator project is taking shape.

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  5. Steve makes Case for immigration reform at PandoMonthly

    As CEO and Chairman of AOL, Steve Case spearheaded the mainstream adoption of the internet across the US starting in the early 90’s.

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  6. BuildingEye for the anti-eviction guy (and everyone else)

    In my piece about Tuesday's Board of Supervisors meeting in San Francisco, I mentioned the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, which was created entirely by volunteers from housing rights organizations and a small team of local, presumably self-hating, ‘techies’ (I kid).

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  7. SF Board of Supes Votes Down 'Google Bus' Appeal, Windmill Escapes Tilting Unharmed

    The sluggish pace of implementation of teleportation and seasteading technologies means that there's no end in sight for social division in San Francisco.

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  8. EFF Off: Pando reporter politely, fittingly evicted from anti-surveillance workshop

    Earlier today, I wrote about my experience at the Defend the Bay Area anti-tech protest meeting. I also mentioned that I'd be attending the group's EFF-backed workshop on Crypto Anti-Surveillance Training.

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