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The early years of BOLD fMRI coincided with the rapid growth of both the internet and the open-source software movement. This environment encouraged the creation and dissemination of many neuroimaging software projects, only some of which survived. I tell the story of two of these open-source projects, FIASCO and VoxBo, as well as the interesting links between the commercial MedX software deployed at the NIH and satellite reconnaissance.
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