Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2011
About one month ago, I posted the recipe for making my own laundry soap on the Arch Reactor Forums. One of the comments to that post was along the lines of, "I want to try a small batch of this out before I make a huge batch of it." I suggested that this might be a good topic for one of the monthly Show and Tell nights at Arch Reactor. The timing was right as well, since my storage bucket was just about empty from my first batch that I had made over a year ago.
Wednesday, Jul 13th, 2011
I few days ago i got an email from Paul Stoffregen of PJRC offering to donate some cosmetically challenged but fully functional Teensy's for Arch Reactor to create projects with. Yesterday, just hours before our scheduled monthly Show and Tell night...
Monday, Jul 4th, 2011
Daniel's internship at a small web solutions firm translates into a new, better website for Arch Reactor! Find out about the new features he plans to add.
Tuesday, Feb 8th, 2011
Tonight featured a massive turnout of AR members who participated in the elections of the new board.
Tuesday, Jan 25th, 2011
Ryan are Taylor are now officially married, completing the first nuptial proceedings to occur at a hackerspace.

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