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Exciting news from Hacklab NorthBoynton!
“We were just approved by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit org!!”
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How Makerspaces Help Local Economies http://buff.ly/1bdN4Rq
New technologies like 3-D printers and laser cutters have boosted entrepreneurial activity in American communities.
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An impressive bit of hackery: "Plugging a 1986 Mac Plus into the modern Web" http://buff.ly/1xuJoEI
Reviving an old computer is like restoring a classic car: There's a thrill from bringing the ancient into the modern world. So it was with my first “real” computer, my Mac Plus, when I decided to bring it forward three decades and introduce it to the modern Web. It's a lowly machine, my Mac.
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Press Release – DOT and FAA Propose New Rules for Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems http://buff.ly/1vQi4ju
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Hack and Tell is back for 2015! http://buff.ly/1CjTK7o
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3D Printed Shelby Cobra proves rapid innovation will soon be possible in the automotive industry. http://buff.ly/1ITTNJq
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This is a VERY interesting development. "CHIP - The World's First Nine Dollar Computer"
Built for work, play, and everything in between! \(•◡•)/
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.Spark has put together a nice blog for bringing prototypes to mass production. Must read! http://buff.ly/1GoE34L
Prototype to Production Because hardware is hard.
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Jeff Hawkins presents "Reverse Engineering the Neocortex" http://buff.ly/1CRpqTq
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Lego Small Mechanical Loom By Nico71 - YouTube http://buff.ly/1D5d87s
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This looks like GREAT fun! Teenage Engineering designed a sweet pocket synthesizer. http://buff.ly/1CZ1qg1 /via The Verge #sequencer
Swedish hardware designers Teenage Engineering have made a name for themselves by building some of the most unique and creative musical gear on the market. But devices like the gorgeous,...
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We'll be hanging out this Sunday, Jan 7th (only) at Fort Lauderdale's own maker festival. Come on out! "Makers@MODS" http://buff.ly/1Dxsrrr
Come join us for the second "Makers@MODS" celebration of DIY tinkerers, makers, fabricators, companies and schools at the wonderful Museum of Discovery and Science in downtown Fort Lauderdale. This incredible event will be a showcase of the latest maker technologies, enhancements, and people who ...
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Hackers are people who solve a problem with a not-so-obvious solution. Hack and Tell is the place to share them!
Introduction

So who is a Hacker?

In a nutshell, they are anyone who solves a problem with a non-so-obvious solution with only the resources available to them. MacGyver was the quintessential hacker! We think everyone has a little MacGyver in them. If you've created some improvised pressure cooker, or maybe turned your computer into a central home management system, Hack and Tell is the event you'll want to show your hacks at!

Hack and Tell?

We're a group of technophiles and hackers! We organize engaging events to share discussion on all things programming, robotics, advances in tech research and current events. We originally started putting on regular events for hackers to show off fun projects they've been working on. We had excellent projects shared and are still looking for more. We also regularly get together to talk about the latest technology trends and events....over beer (and sometimes BRUNCH!)

Sounds great! Now what?

Then RSVP to our next event!! If you're thinking about presenting something but haven't finalized your plans, feel free to email the organizer, Mike (that's me), and I'll help answer any questions you have. This doesn't commit you to anything! We will email you to get details or help get your presentation from brainmatter to paper if you need it.

Hack and Tell is in other cities, too!

Visit http://hackandtell.org for more info.