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  1. Anonymous says:

    wished we lived closer!!! my cousin attended and said they enjoyed it. we may have to come up to ann arbor from the the carolinas next year for this faire.
    thanks for posting in make.

    s

  2. Brainiac27 says:

    How could I have missed this?! The closest maker fair/hacking space I hear about is in New York and suddenly I read a post about a faire about an hour away! They better have one next year.

    1. Matt Mets says:

      If you’re in the Detroit area, you should talk to the people at http://www.i3detroit.com/ for a hackerspace, Go Tech (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/notbago/), or YAARC (http://www.yaaarc.org/) for enthusiast groups.

      Otherwise, there is the Pumping Station in Chicago (http://pumpingstationone.org/blog/) and Hack Pittsburgh (http://www.hackpittsburgh.org/), both of which are closer to MI then NYC. You are certainly welcome to visit :-).

  3. youevolve says:

    Do it again! Do it again! Bigger! MUCH bigger!

    ..and publicize more…

  4. cyenobite2 says:

    You know I luv you, but as ‘youevolve’ points out… you all need to publicize these smaller maker faire events. What happened to the Maker Faire in RI? Since that last blog post (couple weeks ago) I see no mention of it anywhere. I just went to the makerfaire.com and again no mention of the RI event.
    Still no maps or any additional information on the http://makerfaireri.com/ site?

    I booked a hotel, and I hope I won’t regret the expense and travel time, if no makers show up. :(

    Beat the drums! Sound the horns!

  5. Erik Meinke says:

    Is there any chance it could be a bit sooner next year? College classes started right after that weekend so I couldn’t attend. I tried to find contact info for the group running the fair, but that part of the website is broken.