Hackerspaces at Maker Faire (Day 2)

Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011 in Maker Faire by Ian

Local (and not-so-local) Hackerspaces had a great presence at Maker
Faire. We picked up a ton of great stamps in our Hackerspace
Diplomatic Passport. We ran into NYC Resistor, who used their robotic
stamp on our passport, as well as Alpha One Labs, Artisans Asylum,
Space Camp, Kansas City’s Hackerspace, and many others. Mitch Altman
and crew gave a great talk on starting your own space, and we made
sure he left with a Dangerous Prototypes stamp in his passport.

More pictures below.

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One Response to “Hackerspaces at Maker Faire (Day 2)”

  1. Philip says:

    ide like to have my own passport! I hope the time will come when there will be hackerspaces here in the Philippines

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