Lots of people are doing lots of cool things today — electronics, carpentry, repairs, and more. Here are some highlights from Twitter:
— John Wilson (@crazybutable) November 23, 2012
— Jan Krüger (@einball) November 23, 2012
Offline to make scarves and blanket strips for Sandy survivors. Not a “high tech” #HackFriday thang, but good enough.
— Doug Philips (@dgou) November 23, 2012
— Fairy God-Tech (@fg_tech) November 23, 2012
— phenoptix (@phenoptix) November 23, 2012
— XNDR (@xndrdotcom) November 23, 2012
— akiba (@freaklabs) November 23, 2012
Keep up the great work, folks! It’s your day — Hack Friday!
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