July 1, 2013 AT 5:23 pm

Why you should care about your local hackerspace


Why you should care about your local hackerspace.

Open centers of grassroots innovation, hackerspaces offer opportunities to source talent, create goodwill, and push technology forward, writes Open Software Integrators’ Phil Rhodes. ‘I had the good fortune to be able to attend Maker Faire North Carolina this weekend in Raleigh, N.C. … At this local Maker Faire, I was struck by the number of hackerspaces represented. The energy, buzz, and activity around their booths was captivating,’ Rhodes writes. ‘Amid all this buzz, it dawned on me that everyone should be excited about hackerspaces and what they represent, both for their local communities and the world. Although the hackerspace movement is growing rapidly, many people are still not familiar with them, where they are located, or what they do

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