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When Buffalo Bill Cody died on January 10, 1917, The Times wrote, "With the passing of Colonel William F. Cody goes one of the most picturesque characters of America, whose life record is part of the history of the West and whose career linked the pioneer days and the rough civilization to the modern development of that section. He was in turn hunter, scout, solider, Sheriff, showman, ranchman, and actor." split Buffalo Bill was perhaps the most renowned celebrity of his time. His cowboy-and-Indian variety show, "Buffalo Bill's Wild West," was seen across the country and in Europe. From 1883 to 1913, it is said to have toured more than 250,000 miles, entertaining audiences in Paris, London and Brooklyn. Though a prolific inventor of tall tales - a genre that thrived in the West - Buffalo Bill defined the Wild West, and when he died at age 71, his body lied in Colorado's state capitol. President Woodrow Wilson sent his condolences as did the State of California, which said, "in his death that romantic and stirring chapter in our national history that began with Daniel Boone is forever closed."
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Cody Wilson, a self-described crypto-anarchist and rogue thinker, combines the story of the production of the first ever 3D printable gun with a philosophical manifesto that gets to the heart of the twenty-first century debate over the freedom of information and ideas. Reminiscent of Steal This Book by Abbie Hoffman, Cody Wilson has written a philosophical guide through the digital revolution. Deflecting interference from the State Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the story of Defense Distributed -- where Wilson's employees work against all odds to defend liberty and the right to access arms through the production of 3D printed firearms -- takes us across continents, into dusty warehouses and high rise condominiums, through television studios, to...
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Cody Wilson Interview - Is He Any Less Dangerous?
This is my interview with the man Wired magazine considers one of the most dangerous people in the world : Cody Wilson.
3-D-printed guns: Cody Wilson's curiosity might have ...
Cody Wilson settled a lawsuit with the State Department. Now Americans are free to download blueprints for 3-D-printed guns.
3D-Printed Gun Creator Cody Wilson Lands Quarter Million ...
When Cody Wilson published the blueprint for the first fully 3D-printable gun on the web last spring, the controversy around that digital weapon led to its ...
Great showman and famous frontiersman from the Civil War era in the United States of America. This is William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody (February 26, 1846 – January 10, 1917).