American Pi: details of the Raspberry Pi hackspace tour. Updated info! Liz writes –
Rob Bishop, our tech evangelist, developer and all-round good egg, has been finalising his itinerary for the first Raspberry Pi Hackspace Tour (previously discussed here). Here’s his updated schedule:
18th September – Make.SI (Staten Island, NY) – Evening event, starts at 7pm – Sign-up
19th September – NYResistor (Brooklyn, NY) – Evening event, starts at 6pm – Sign-up
21st September – MakerBar (New Jersey, NY) – Afternoon event – Sign-up (3pm), Sign-up (7pm)
22nd September – HackManhattan (NYC, NY) – All day event – Sign-up (10am / 2pm)
23rd September – Alpha One Labs (Brooklyn, NY) – All day event – Sign-up (12am / 3pm)
24th September – Hive76 (Philadelphia, PA) – Evening event, starts at 7pm – Sign-up
26th September – HacDC (Washington DC) – Evening event, starts at 7:30pm – Details
29th September – Noisebridge (San Francisco, CA) – All day event – Details
30th September – Hacker Dojo (Mountain View, CA) – Afternoon event, starts at 1pm – Details
1st October – Stanford SVI (Stanford, CA) – Evening event, starts at 7pm – Sign-up
2nd October – Nullspace Labs (LA, CA) – Evening event, starts at 7pm
3rd October – 23b Shop (Fullerton, CA) – Evening event, starts at 7pm
4th October – Crash Space (Culver City, CA) – Evening event – Details
6th October – ATX Hackspace (Austin, Texas) – Evening event, starts at 6pm – Details
You can see all this data as a Google map – which I’m not embedding properly, because a bunch of you complained that it crashed your browsers last time. (Stop using IE and move to a proper browser.) Here’s a screengrab of the map, which you can click on to visit the map itself.
NYResistor – Adafruit Industries: our good friends from Adafruit will be on hand to join in the Pi hacking and will be giving away this giant Raspberry Pi-looking back pack filled with awesome electronics and more. (They’re adding a new desirable thingy to the back pack every day, so it’s worth checking the link frequently.)
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