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Robert Steele: DEPLATFORMED by PayPal — Am Striking Back — Checks Are Best Way of Donating

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By the grace of God, donations by check and wire offer me the Armor of God against unethical abusive companies among which PayPal is now assured of front row standing.

They know full well of my strong history as a Patriot and as having a Gold Star rating as a non-profit. This is a Deep State attack, perhaps without the knowledge of the CEO, but our top ten law firm will make sure the CEO knows about this on Monday.

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Article: API3 and Open Bank Project team up for decade-long blockchain venture

API, Money, Open Governance, Open Infrastructure

API3 and Open Bank Project team up for decade-long blockchain venture

Developer AP13 has entered into a 10-year development partnership with Open Bank Project to connect more than 400 banking and open banking APIs directly to blockchains. The partnership brings about an historic opportunity to merge open banking data into Web 3.0 in a highly secure and trustless manner via API3’s Airnode, all housed under open-source code.

Open banking is a practice by which banks provide authorised third-party providers with access to banking data through the use of application programming interfaces (APIs). Perhaps the most well-known open banking initiative is the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2) – an EU regulation passed in 2015 that requires banks to create mechanisms that enable third-party providers to work securely, reliably and rapidly with the bank’s services and data on behalf and with the consent of their customers.

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Article: Deutsche Telekom Invests in Public Blockchain Network Celo

API, Money, Open Governance, Open Infrastructure

Deutsche Telekom Invests in Public Blockchain Network Celo

Deutsche Telekom is investing in the future of the decentralized financial economy – with a significant purchase of Celo’s native asset (CELO). Celo is an open-source blockchain ecosystem focused on making decentralized financial (DeFi) systems and tools accessible to anyone with a smartphone. Deutsche Telekom will be the first telecommunications company to join the global Celo Alliance for Prosperity.

“Our investment in CELO, combined with infrastructure operated by T-Systems, allows our company to take a strategic approach to participating in a public blockchain network. We are able to secure the Celo network with our investment and our own cloud infrastructure while facilitating user onboarding and use-case development on top of the Celo network,” says Adel Al-Saleh, Member of the Board of Management of Deutsche Telekom AG and CEO of T-Systems.

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Article: Flying on Mars fueled with open-source software

Code, Free, Innovation, Open Software, Open Space

Flying on Mars fueled with open-source software

For the first time in history, we’ve flown an aircraft, the mini-helicopter Ingenuity, on another planet. Opens-source software backed up its engineering. A small miracle happened at 3:31am ET on Monday morning. Ingenuity, a tiny NASA helicopter, became the first powered aircraft to fly on another planet, Mars. This engineering feat was done with Linux, open-source software, and a NASA-built program based on the Jet Propulsion Laboratory’s (JPL) open-source  (pronounced F prime) framework.

At 11-light minutes from Earth, there was nothing easy about this. True, Mars has only a third of Earth’s gravity, but Mars’ atmosphere has only one-hundredth of the density of Earth’s air.

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Article: Singapore is building a ‘forest town’ with abundant green spaces and underground roads

Cities, Energy, Innovation, Open Provisioning, Open Space

Singapore is building a ‘forest town’ with abundant green spaces and underground roads

In an area of Singapore once home to a brickworks and military training facilities, a vision of the future of urban living is taking shape.The country is building what it calls its first smart and sustainable town, promising 42,000 homes in an environment where people can be “at home with nature”.

The Tengah project will consist of five residential districts on the 700-hectare site in Singapore’s Western region. Named Garden, Park, Brickland, Forest Hill and Plantation, the areas are designed to improve residents’ health and wellbeing and give them a better quality of life. How? With smart buildings, greenery everywhere and a prioritization of walking and cycling that routes motor vehicle traffic underground.

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Article: Top 5 ways AI and data are powering the smart cities of the future

Cities, Innovation, Open Space

Top 5 ways AI and data are powering the smart cities of the future

The world we live in is becoming more and more urbanized by the year. According to a 2009 study by the United Nations, 1.3 million people move into cities every week, and by 2040, 65% of the world’s population will be living in cities. The growing pains felt by these urban centers can be seen across several indicators, from rising crimes rates to increased traffic. With more dense populations and a need to maintain a higher quality of life, cities are looking to leverage advancement in technologies to make themselves safer and more efficient.

Smart cities have positioned themselves as the answer to our urban woes, doing so by collecting information from a variety of sensors to manage assets and resources more efficiently than ever before. One of the largest focuses for smart cities is reducing crime, securing public spaces and safeguarding residents from threats. At the center of it all is data, which is continuously being gathered, analyzed and utilized to better address the issues large cities face.

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Article: Open & Agile Smart Cities partners with AWS to help cities share open data

Cities, Innovation, Open Space

Open & Agile Smart Cities partners with AWS to help cities share open data

The cloud platform provider becomes the latest company to join the network’s Enterprise Partnership Programmed to implement its interoperability mechanisms.

The Open & Agile Smart Cities (OASC) global network of cities and communities is collaborating with cloud platform provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) to implement its Minimal Interoperability Mechanisms (MIMs), which enable cities to exchange solutions and share open data. AWS is the latest company to partner with the organization under its Enterprise Partnership programmed.

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Article: Amazon Forks Elasticsearch Rebranding It as OpenSearch

Access, Document, Open Decision-Support, Research

Amazon Forks Elasticsearch Rebranding It as OpenSearch

Amazon recently announced the release of OpenSearch, a fork derived from versions 7.10.2 of ElasticSearch and Kibana. OpenSearch is licensed under the Apache License, V2 (ALv2). Elastic recently made adjustments to their Elastic License to simplify the usage of their code for non-commercial purposes.

The product team behind this release calls the OpenSearch project a “a community-driven, open source fork of Elasticsearch and Kibana”. They continue to explain that: “Our goal with the OpenSearch project is to make it easy for as many people and organizations as possible to use OpenSearch in their business, their products, and their projects”

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Article: The Smart Skeleton: an open-source, interactive tool for teaching muscle actions and joint movements

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The Smart Skeleton: an open-source, interactive tool for teaching muscle actions and joint movements

Over the past decade, the open-source hardware movement has allowed nonexperts to create complex electronics and computing projects. Generally, an open-source hardware project combines ready-made microcontroller boards, sensors, actuators, and software with collaborative online support.

These resources allow designers to combine hardware and software for a variety of purposes, including the creation of educational tools (13). This paper describes an open-source tool intended to help Anatomy and Physiology students test their knowledge of muscle actions and joint movements. These topics can be difficult, as they require students to visualize motion in three dimensions.

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