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  • n. A place where hackers meet to work on programming projects together, and to share their knowledge.


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  • One go-toph resource for starting a hackerspace are the design patterns and they pretty list out every single step

    NPR Topics: News

  • The setting for this meeting is the result of the conversation we had at the time: Jeff is one of the founders of Tog, Ireland's first 'hackerspace'.

    Irish Blogs

  • : A collective or 'hackerspace' in Kitchener, Ontario where do-it-yourselfers commune.

  • I liked the session on recommendation engines (featuring wacky correlations from Hunch), and seeing crazy hackerspace projects, and Clay Shirky prodding people to think about why we share content, and what that means for those who create it.

    Thoughts on SXSWi 2010 « Dyepot, Teapot

  • The NYC Resistor hackerspace gave birth to Makerbot Industries, a company that produces a 3-D printer kit called MakerBot that sells for under $1,000.

    From Knock-Offs To 'Make-Offs'

  • Even before them, NYC Resistor, a hackerspace in Brooklyn, launched a high-altitude balloon as well.

    From Knock-Offs To 'Make-Offs'

  • This spring the Spacebridge project, organized at a San Francisco hackerspace called Noisebridge, succeeded in their third attempt to launch a high-altitude balloon.

    From Knock-Offs To 'Make-Offs'

  • Thirty-year-old Patrick Buckley is a San Francisco entrepreneur who joined a for-profit hackerspace in Menlo Park, California called TechShop.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business

  • The popularity of the iPad has helped to launch another hackerspace business.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business

  • Soundbite of printing KALISH: The Makerbot is a desktop 3D printer found in virtually every hackerspace on the planet.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business


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