Mitch Altman and Friends Succesfully Rock Arch Reactor's World

The hackerspace swarmed last night with new and beginning solderers. Mitch Altman of TV-B-Gone fame, along with Jimmie Rodgers, full time hacker, and Matt Mets from Make magazine, brought in suitcases full of goodies for attendants to demo and play with.

Among others, toys included theremins, Arduino-compatible LED matrices, infrared-aware LEDs, and several models of the TV-B-Gone, an effective tool for making the world a little more peaceful.

We're still collecting photos to post, so stay tuned for an update.

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  1. Business Meeting

Friday, March 6th

  1. KawaKon
  2. 2600 Meeting
    • Start time: 06:00pm
    • End time: 10:00pm
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  3. First at Science Center

Saturday, March 7th

  1. Make an Insect Hotel
    • Start time: 01:00pm
    • End time: 04:00pm
    • Feb 7, Feb 21, Mar 7 from 1-4pm we will be building insect hotels at Arch Reactor
      An insect hotel is a place for insects to raise their young or hibernate over winter. You can use your insect hotel to attract beneficial insects to your garden to feed birds, eat pests, and promote pollination. The insect hotel can be a attractive focal point in your garden and will provide you with many exciting opportunities to get close up views of the lives of the bees, beetles, and butterflies that call your garden home. Each workshop will include several stations to create different types of insect rooms. Come to all 3 workshops to create the insect resort hotel or just come to one and build a motel. Whatever you can manage your insects will thank you.

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Sunday, March 8th

  1. Hack Something!

Tuesday, March 10th

  1. Laptop Repair Workshop