Open Source isn't just about software, and it's nice to see an open source hardware product getting publicity somewhere as mainstream as the New York Times. They've written up the Neuros OSD, an open source video recorder. With a "Hackers, welcome!" message on their website, the makers of this hardware recording device have based it on Linux and made all the hardware documentation available, hoping to harness the OS community to drive development and improvement in the product. Smart stuff. [via O'Reilly Radar]
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