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  • n. Plural form of hackerspace.


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  • Workshops for people to share tools and ideas -- called "hackerspaces" -- are popping up all over the country; there are 124 hackerspaces in the

    Bre Pettis Blog

  • Hackers on a Plane: American hackers tour European hackerspaces ...

    Boing Boing

  • KALISH: The cooperative atmosphere of hackerspaces is enabling tinkerers and entrepreneurs to let their imaginations run wild and sometimes even develop commercially viable products.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business

  • LIANE HANSEN, host: Last week, we broadcast a story on DIY hackerspaces.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business

  • LIANE HANSEN, host: There are no hackerspaces on Beals Island, Maine but that hasn't stopped residents from tinkering with a holiday institution - the Christmas tree.

    A Christmas Tree Fresh From The Sea

  • Dozens of for-profit and non-profit hackerspaces are currently being planned around the country.

    A Space For DIY People To Do Their Business

  • The highly anticipated BarCampCanberra event happened yesterday, with a large gathering of smart and passionate folks from around Canberra, Yass, Wollongong and Sydney discussing interesting topics such as Government 2.0, social innovation, collaboration, typography, hackerspaces and more.

    BarCampCanberra #3 - it’s a wrap —

  • Does the USA or another country need to fund hackerspaces? News

  • In the future, I plan to talk to more and more of these hackerspaces worldwide and learn about their inventions, their hacks, their elegant solutions to real problems and sometimes, to plain old fun stuff like you'll find at the many Maker Faires popping up all around the globe. News

  • Lulzsec have grabbed headlines with their mischievous hacks of personal information from Sony, News International and governments, hackerspaces have quietly focused on creating alternatives to the things they see wrong in society: secretive government, unfettered corporate power, invasion of privacy.

    The Guardian World News


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