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English: FREE BEER is a collection of texts written by speakers at FSCONS 2008 and based on their respective talks. FREE BEER is based on classic communication technology, but with added hypertext protocols for a natural energy boost.
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Source https://freebeer.fscons.org/freebeer-1.2.pdf
Author Rasmus Fleischer, Jeremiah Foster, Stefan Larsson, Mike Linksvayer, Smári McCarthy, Henrik Moltke, Nikolaj Hald Nielsen, Denis Jaromil Rojo, Johan Söderberg, Victor Stone and Ville Sundell.

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