[dorkbotsea-blabber] seattle hacker discussion on KUOW now...<eom>

Zot dorkbotsea_blabber at mailonly.zotnet.com
Thu Jan 21 14:16:00 EST 2010


You can download play the show:



http://www.kuow.org/program.php?current=WK1

They cover Metrix Jigsaw and Dorkbot and others

The DIY Hacker Fest
Steve Scher 
01/21/2010 at 9:00 a.m. 

Some of us think of hackers as evil computer geniuses who like to break
into our computers to steal codes or send spam or mess things up just
for the fun of it. But that's not all hackers are. There's a thriving
hacker culture in Seattle. There are spaces for people who love to take
electronics apart and put them back together, play with micro computers
and make robots. We'll talk about Seattle's hacker/geek community,
culture and creativity. What new technologies have people been creating
and tapping into? What crazy projects are they creating?

Guest(s)
Matt Westervelt started a nonprofit called Seattle Wireless. He is also
the owner of Metrix Communications, a wireless gear store.

Eric McNeill is an artist and technologist. He is one of the overlords
of Seattle Dorkbot.

Willow Brugh is the director of Jigsaw Renaissance, a makerspace in
Seattle. She also runs a transhuman discussion group.



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