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Developers and @ChrisPirillo Take to the Skies in Ungrounded Hackathon
April 24, 2013 developer

UnGrounded: a hack at 30,000 feet via Chris Pirillo (@ChrisPirillo) — Now here’s something geeky and dam cool from British airways – imagine a hackathon while you jet over the Atlantic on a flight from San Fran to London! Yes indeed, according to the Verge, On a transatlantic flight from San Francisco to London, the airline plans to invite 100 innovators to an 11-hour “UnGrounded” hackathon. A number of high-profile founders, CEOs, and venture capitalists will all participate, with the aim of collaborating to create some solutions to global problems.┬áThe plane departs on June 12th when the developers and innovators will collaborate and dream up some clever apps and services, then upon landing in the UK the results will be presented to a group of delegates from the UN… freakin awesome! Hey, B.A, ping me @gletham if you have a seat with my name on it!

Check out the Ungrounded Hackathon HERE

Source: theverge.com via Glenn on Pinterest

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