Help get a hacker space running in Ontario

Help get a hacker space running in Ontario


Attention makers in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph, New Hamburg, Baden, Elmira, Ayr and anywhere in between: MAKE twitter follower Michael wants to know if you’re in the area an interested in starting up a hacker space:

I’m not only envisioning a shared space where geeks and artists alike would be able to work on their own projects in a shared space (loaded with tools). I’m also seeing a community where people would teach each other, experiment, stretch their boundaries, collaborate on great works of art, and be encouraged to take the results of their work back out to the communities where they live. Such a space could attract and bring together people interested in computers, electronics, woodworking, metalwork, clay, glass, cooking and crafts of all kinds.

Head on over to his site to get it going.

6 thoughts on “Help get a hacker space running in Ontario

  1. Ric says:

    Where do I find the Google Map of Hacker Spaces?

  2. Rob Cruickshank says:

    You might want to check out InterAccess :
    We’ve got a workshop series, as well as Dorkbot and Open Studio nights, where members can drop by and socialize and see projects.

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