Global Geek Tour New York 2012

Posted on Saturday, September 29th, 2012 in Global Geek, Hackerspace by Ian

The tour begins! Follow the pics live with our twitter feed.

More photos below the fold.

New York Geek tour starts at Hack Manhattan

Makerbot store tour in Manhattan

New Makerbot replicator 2 at Makerbot store

Makerbot spools of material. The New York Geek tour

Makerbot store display

269 electronics on NYC geek tour

269 electronics

Repair station at 269 electronics on NYC geek tour

Geek tour invades RadioShack. Did they find the parts to build a joule thief? Find out next week

Oh noes Leeds Radio was closed. Final stop fail. Onto Maker Faire setup party

Table for 18 at Shanghai dumpling on the NYC geek tour

Biggest Geek tour yet

Hack Manhattan keeps bees!

…on the rooftop garden at Hack Manhattan

Getting ready to start the NY Geek Tour at Manhattan Hackerspace!

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5 Responses to “Global Geek Tour New York 2012”

  1. Arup Basak says:

    No pics of Global Geek Foods!!!

  2. Cameron says:

    I took a picture of a dumpling, slightly eaten:

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