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Dangerous Taco Crawl pics 2013

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Thursday before Maker Faire is the Dangerous Taco Crawl through the Mission District, starting at the Noisebridge hackerspace.   Follow the pics live with our twitter feed. More photos below the fold. (more…)

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Workshop Update for May 18th, 2012

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Today we're is setting up our booth at the Bay Area Maker Faire, and digesting all the tacos from yesterday's Dangerous Taco Crawl 2012. Firmware for the Part Ninja is making progress. It is now capable of figuring out the part, and its pinout, with consistency. There's still some calibration...

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Dangerous Taco Crawl pics

Friday, May 18th, 2012

Thursday before Maker Faire is the Dangerous Taco Crawl through the Mission District, starting at the Noisebridge hackerspace. Many will start. Not all will finish. Huge thanks to Zach, Jaren, Vin, Fin, Kieth, Josh, John, Louis, Chris, and Jeff. Twelve hackers conquered the taco crawl in 2012. Saturday starts MF2012....

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