Wednesday, Dec 8th, 2010
Tuesday, Dec 7 was this month's business meeting, and as usual a busy schedule was drawn up all the way to the end of January. Check the calendar to get the scoop on what's coming up at your local hackerspace.
Tuesday, Dec 7th, 2010
The Gateway Burners and Arch Reactor Hackerspace will be hosting the Fire & Ice Benefit to fund artists and makers in St. Louis. Come check it out on January 22nd at the Kerr Foundation Building north of the Arch!
Friday, Oct 8th, 2010
glove + various sensors + Arduino + LCD + speaker + clever code A user can sign and spoken words come out of the speaker! And not just finger spelling either, but full-on hand-waving crazy-gesturing sign language. See clokks.com for the full story.
Tuesday, Oct 5th, 2010
October is Bring-a-Friend month. Rather self-explanatory. But of course, we have a whole host of open-to-the-public events to which to bring your friend:
Friday, Oct 1st, 2010
The Release Candidate announcement email I received a couple days ago mentioned some expansions to their Ubuntu One online file storage service, including improved multi-device syncing and music streaming, but now it seems they are taking one cool step more: You'll be able to stream your own music that's stored on Ubuntu One to your smartphone! An Andriod app is already released and an iPhone version is planned. http://lifehacker.com/5652820/ubuntu-adding-mobile-streaming-to-its-ubuntu-one-cloud-service

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Tomorrow

  1. 2600 Meeting
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End time: 10:00pm
    • Arch Reactor is proud to host the only St. Louis 2600 meeting. More details about 2600 can be found at http://www.2600.com

      All 2600 meetings are open to the public. Contact stl2600.org

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  2. First at Science Center

Sunday, April 5th

  1. Hack Something!

Tuesday, April 7th

  1. Business Meeting

Sunday, April 12th

  1. Hack Something!

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