Boston Linux & UNIX was originally founded in 1994 as part of The Boston Computer Society. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in Building E51.

Our Next Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at 06:30 pm
Online at Jitsi

Doc Searls

Doc Searls gives a talk on digital privacy

Documents and Links From Recent Meetings

Short Takes: Birdbox, The Cult of 5G, Simulating Quantum Computing
21 October 2020; Seth Elkin-Frankston, Bob Frankston, Kiran Thakur
          Bob's slides :: flipbook :: pdf :: pptx
          MobileNetV2: Inverted Residuals and Linear Bottlenecks :: pdf
          Seth's Links :: html
          Kiran's slides :: flipbook :: pdf
          Transcript of Jitsi chat :: txt

Crypto News Review, Historical Vignette, and Transitioning from PGP/GnuPG
16 September 2020; Bill Ricker
          Bill's slides :: odp :: flipbook :: pdf

Building a Box on a Budget with the AMD Ryzen 3, and driving it fast with F2FS
19 August 2020; Brian DeLacey
          Brian's slides :: flipbook :: pdf

You Can Tune a Piano but You Can't Tune a Convolutional Neural Network
15 July 2020; Eliot Eshelman, Kurt Keville, etc.
          Zoom chat :: txt

AMD Ryzen Architecture Overview
20 May 2020; Shankar Viswanathan
          Shankar's slides :: flipbook :: pdf

Low Cost Supercomputing with the Raspberry Pi 4
15 April 2020; Federico Lucifredi
          HOWTO join online BLU meetings hosted on Jitsi Meet :: flipbook :: pdf

Designing and Bringing Silicon to Market
16 October 2019; Shankar Viswanathan
          Shankar's slides :: odp :: flipbook :: pdf

Crypto News, Historical Vignette, and Our Annual PGP/GnuPG Key-Signing Party
18 September 2019; Bill Ricker
          PGP Meme :: png
          Crypto News 2019 :: odp :: flipbook :: pdf

(Here's a complete list)

For information on wearable computing, see R. Paul McCarty's Wearables Central site.

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