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A Biopunk Manifesto - Meredith Patterson.
From: rob at robmyers.org (Rob Myers)
Date: Friday, 11 January 2013 - 2:10pm
- A Biopunk Manifesto - Meredith Patterson. Marco Donnarumma
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- A Biopunk Manifesto - Meredith Patterson. Rob Myers
> On another note, it is important to add that "biopunk" does not refer
> only to dna and organism hackers, but includes also the physical body
> hackers, a community within which I'm glad to identify myself.
> Perhaps, without labelling though.
> See: http://www.grindhousewetware.com/projects-1 
Oh grindhouse are excellent! I do wish they'd lose the NC license
module from their project pages though.
Biopunk suffers from namespace collision: it's used by different people
to refer both to DIY biotech and to grinding.
(Grinding is to Transhumanism as Lepht Anonym is to Natasha Vita-More.)