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Workshop Update for August 23rd, 2012

Posted on Thursday, August 23rd, 2012 in Workshop Update by DP

Edited Beers in Bunnie’s Workshop video. Please check it out.

Finished the “nixie pile” driver and holder boards, and sent them to Seeed Studio’s PCB service. They’ll be black.

It seems Maker Faire New York acceptance letters went out today, we will be there with Louis from the San Francisco taco crawl and videos, and forum member SQKYbeaver was accepted as well. Hope to see you there!

Speaking of New York Maker Faire – we finally found a place to stay. The main conference hotel at the end of the 7 line in Flushing is close to the Faire but ages from anywhere else. Snoresville. For only 10 bucks more we got a serviced apartment in the East Village near where the Open Hardware Summit will be this year.

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