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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 20 Oct 22

OpenCollective is a financial & legal toolkit for grassroots communities. It’s awesome! We’re using it to transparently collect & spend money in the Microsolidarity Network.Anyone who contributes to our fundraising is welcome to join our monthly members meeting. Until today, whenever a new member joins the Collective, I have had to send them a calendar invitation manually. But today, I learned how to automate that connection (woohoo!).So here’s a technical blog, about how I used Zapier to automatically invite new OpenCollective members to a recurring Google Calendar event.You can copy the 4-Step Zap here. I’ll take you through each Step in turn.Step

OpenCollective is a financial & legal toolkit for grassroots communities. It’s awesome! We’re using it to transparently collect & spend money in the Microsolidarity Network.Anyone who contributes to our fundraising is welcome to join our monthly members meeting. Until today, whenever a new member joins the Collective, I have had to send them a calendar invitation manually. But today, I


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 4 May 22

In August of 2021, Elon Musk revealed the Tesla Bot at the company’s “AI Day” event. At the time the announcement was so unexpected that some journalists, pundits, and analysts believed it to be a joke. But Musk subsequently clarified not only that the humanoid robot is a real product in development, but that the Tesla Bot, nicknamed Optimus, “[has] the potential to be more significant than the vehicle business.” On a recent earnings call, Musk said, “I was surprised that people did not realize the magnitude of the Optimus robot program … The importance of Optimus will become apparent

In August of 2021, Elon Musk revealed the Tesla Bot at the company’s “AI Day” event. At the time the announcement was so unexpected that some journalists, pundits, and analysts believed it to be a joke. But Musk subsequently clarified not only that the humanoid robot is a real product in development, but that the Tesla Bot, nicknamed Optimus, “[has]


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