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Bay Area Maker Faire May 18th & 19th, taco crawl

Posted on Monday, May 13th, 2013 in Maker Faire by DP

We’ll be at the Bay Area Maker Faire on the 18th, and 19th of May this year. This is the big one and it’s a ton of fun. If you’re there please drop by and say hi. On the blog we’ll have our usual Maker Faire coverage and a Maker Faire how-to video.

If you’re in San Francisco early please join us for the Dangerous taco crawl from Noise Bridge hacker space through the Mission District on Thursday the 16th. We’ll meet at Noise Bridge on the corner of 17th and Mission Street at about 6pm. A bunch of people crawled last year and it was a ton of fun. If you can make it please give us a shout via the contact form.

Check out our previous Maker Faire coverages.

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One Response to “Bay Area Maker Faire May 18th & 19th, taco crawl”

  1. Dude, you’re gonna miss 3D Thursday at Noisebridge, 7 – 10 PM. And I’m gonna miss the tacos!

    If you wanna get your head scanned in for 3D printing, I’ll be at Noisebridge around 5:45… : )

    Also, AT&T mobile data sucks at events like Maker Faire. You likely can’t get online with that many users around. Be warned!

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