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9,564 views Featured in: Technology A definition: Hackability : (or ability to tinker) Ability, for a tool or device to be modified in a way that was not intended by its inventor so that users can invent new ways to use it. See also: ... A definition: Hackability : (or ability to tinker) Ability, for a tool or device to be modified in a way that was not intended by its inventor so that users can invent new ways to use it. See also: Generativity. Hackability - What it means, why it’s important
The United States of America is going out of business! But here at the U.S. Department of Homeland Graffiti, we want to turn this moment of national embarrassment and hard times into real savings for you and your family. From June 4th through the 28th, the U.S.D.H.G and the Graffiti Research Lab are liquidating all confiscated, high-tech graffiti artifacts and tools, expunged evidence, court exhibits, redacted documents and office furnishings, priced to sell. So grab a handful of Euros or Mao Bucks (U.S. currency still accepted while supplies last) and head on down to Gallery Anno Domini located between U.S. Routes 101 and 280 in Silicon Valley, California. Graffiti Research Lab
Gambiociclo é uma festa ambulante Our Mobile Broadcast Unit is a three wheel party* * Evan Roth GRL BR no Duelo de MC’s Nosso primeiro projeto de 2010 é uma versão gambiológica do Digital Blackbook . Graffiti Research Lab Brasil
Extreme activities in cyberspace. » Hackerspaces, members and involvement (survey study)
Hackerspaces are community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects. This website is for Anyone and Everyone who wants to share their hackerspace stories and questions with the global hackerspaces community. Regular Events Call-in - Call-ins provide an opportunity for existing hackerspaces to provide an update and highlight upcoming events, and new/planned hackerspaces can ask questions. First Sunday each month.
Hackerspace Infos - Noisebridge
The United States of America is going out of business! But here at the U.S. Department of Homeland Graffiti, we want to turn this moment of national embarrassment and hard times into real savings for you and your family.
NASA Hack Space
Last year we wrote about building HID Proxcard RFID tags with attiny85 microcontrollers (based on Micah’s avrfid.s code). The C version only supported classic 26-bit cards, but I recently needed to support the “secure” HID Corporate 1000 35-bit format. Based on Daniel Smith’s writeup on the format and some digging around, I figured out that the MFG_CODE for this format is 10-bits long with the value 0x005.
c-base Wikipedians from Berlin meet at the c-base c-base e. V. is a non-profit association of about 515 members located in Berlin, Germany. The purpose of this association is to increase knowledge and skills pertaining to computer software, hardware and data networks. The association is engaged in numerous related activities.
Metalab Metalab in Vienna, Austria. The Metalab is a hackerspace in Vienna's central first district. Founded in 2006, it is a meeting place of the Viennese tech community, hosting events from culture festivals to user groups. It has played a catalyst role in the global hackerspace movement and was the birthplace of several internet startup companies.
Front door to our space at 2169 Mission Arduino for Total Newbies Workshop at Noisebridge A space to learn and create neat things
A hackerspace (also referred to as a hacklab, makerspace, hackspace or Men's Sheds) is a community-operated workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, machining, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialize and collaborate. Activities Many hackerspaces participate in the use and development of free software, open hardware, and alternative media.
The UK Hackspace Foundation is a non-profit, community organisation dedicated to coordinating hackerspaces in the UK. Hackspaces are places you can visit to meet people, learn, socialise and collaborate. A place to make your own projects a reality or help others with theirs. There is a rich tradition of hackspaces worldwide, in January 2009 The Hackspace Foundation was formed in response to the lack of hackspaces in the UK. Hackspace Foundation