The LIBRARY basement part 11


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Workshop: digital trust infrastructure NL

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Yeh but its ‘New’ Edge - i.e. Chrome/Chromium derivative right? :wink: (Linux a natural fit I guess)

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Developed by Dutch startup, Actinius, the Icarus IoT Board retails for around $100.

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More space junk, collision risk and unwanted stellar occlusions …? Or move to ubiquitous global comms bypassing state censorship or local telco monopoly (ok with latency given round tripping time… not so good for rural gamers;-) )? I guess view will vary with own perspective…

From the article:

At a recent ESTEC event, Mark McCaughrean, senior advisor for Science & Exploration at the European Space Agency, asked attendees to ponder who actually “owned” the night sky amid plans by billionaires to spray Earth orbit with tens of thousands of satellites.

A week later the retraction PR comes out:

“…err, sorry guys my bad…turns out it was actually the transit and occlusion of a StarLink/Fossa-Madrid/Lacuna/other < delete as appropriate! > microsatellite in Low Earth Orbit…” :rofl: (see last post)