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Maligayang Bati…
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March 5th, 2008 by Jeremiah Abraham

Maligayang Bati… (4)

… Now you know how to say “Happy Birthday” in Tagalog!

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The popular photo sharing website turns 4 in a few days. To celebrate, Flickr is hosting a photo “pin-up” event in San Francisco. People can walk up to the public exhibit and add their best, printed photo from Flickr. These pictures (if approved) will be scanned and adorn a wall during their celebration’s event space. You can apparently also start your own exhibit if you’re too far away. Where’s the LA collage?

http://www.flickr.com/groups/flickrturns4/

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  • Siti on December 12th, 2015 at 8:06 pm

    Shaun, thank you for your comment and ththugos on Local Motors and thank you even more for inviting us to join you for the SMW event! Antone, what a good question you asked during the panel. I’ve given some thoughtful consideration to two points: first is safety, second is IP. In the case of safety I like to be very clear that while a car is a complex piece of machinery, we have been building them for over 100 years and we know how to do it well, and we know how to make them safe. Our first customers understand what makes cars safe, so they assess the safety of the vehicle based on how it is built, which components it includes, as well as the experience of the people engineering and building. A vehicle is either safe, or not. While liability is shared for the sake of market entry, we must sell safe vehicles in order to exist. Customers will test out just how safe the cars are and word will spread. Now a shorter thought on IP: our community is a tight-nit group which is in the habit of self regulating. Designers keep tabs on other designers, and they know the work of their peers. They call one another out for plagiarism, so it rarely happens. The same goes for unique engineering ideas.Thanks again for the writeup and for taking the time to catch up with us!Ariel

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