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Make Tokyo Meeting Nov. 20 & 21

Posted on Saturday, November 20th, 2010 in conferences by Ian

Tayken will be at the Make Tokyo Meeting happening this weekend. If you’ll be there give him a shout:

I will be attending the Make: Tokyo Meeting 06 on November 20 & 21st at Tokyo Institute of Technology, O-okayama Campus. If you manage to come, just drop by Tokyo Hackerspace table (shared with Hackers on a Plane) and lets share ideas!

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4 Responses to “Make Tokyo Meeting Nov. 20 & 21”

  1. MichaelZ says:

    Wish I had been paying attention to this. Japan is just the next country up the globe. Miss another excuse to go to Japan.

  2. MichaelZ says:

    THS? Not sure maybe in EU or USA then.

    • tayken says:

      Tokyo HackerSpace. :) Well, there is the possibility that there might be a “reverse” Hackers on a Plane, group of hackers going to US from Japan and Asia.

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