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Slashdot Visits Metrix Create:Space in Seattle (Video) 27

Posted by Roblimo
from the from-oscilloscopes-to-ceramics-and-back-again dept.
Metrix Create:Space is full of people busily making electronic gadgets. And shot glasses. And everything in between. Some of them saw the street-level sign and stopped in out of curiosity, while others are long-time createspace scenesters. It doesn't matter which you are, says Metrix founder Matt Westervelt. Come in and make something. Need new skills? They have workshops. And lots of great tools.
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Slashdot Visits Metrix Create:Space in Seattle (Video)

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  • by Mark Atwood (19301) on Tuesday February 21, 2012 @03:29PM (#39114687) Homepage

    If only there was some sort of worldwide network of computers full of information. And if some organization would regularly read all that information into their own computers, and then index it, and give us some sort of simple UI where someone could type something like "hackerspace cleveland" and get a list of all the hackerspaces in Cleveland. Or maybe just one of the computers in that big worldwide network could have a name like "", and someone could connect to that machine via some protocol designed to carry hypertext, and find documents about hackerspaces in each city.

    That would be great.

    Too bad there is nothing like that.

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