[Lab] Instructables hackerspace update
andrew at plumb.org
Tue Apr 12 09:43:20 EDT 2011
I'd hazard a guess at yes, the projects do. Gotta be in the system to get system benefits! ;-)
On 2011-04-12, at 9:38 AM, Jean-Marc LeBlanc wrote:
> Do the project need to be in instructables format?
> Jean-Marc Le Blanc
> "Do you pine for the nice days of Minix-1.1, when men were men and
> wrote their own device drivers?" Linus Torvalds
> On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 7:40 PM, Laura Khalil <laura at instructables.com> wrote:
>> Hey Artengine!
>> Wanted to keep you updated on what’s going on at Instructables and how we
>> can help you out.
>> Monthly hackerspace events roundup
>> Every month I’m going to be blogging a curated list of cool hackerspace
>> events. Please send me anything you’d like mentioned by April 14th. We’ll be
>> running the post on April 18th, so late April events would be awesome.
>> Also, if your space has finished a cool project recently, send us links and
>> we’d love to feature you separately on our blog.
>> Win MakerBots, Lasers, Egg-Bots and more
>> We just gave away a Zing Laser! Instructables member mJusticz, who is only
>> 15, won the 3rd Epilog contest with his Instructable on how to build an
>> arduino-powered chess playing robot. You can read more about his entry on
>> our blog.
>> We really want to help you outfit your space and make more awesome stuff!
>> Currently we’re running contests to win a MakerBot 3D Printer, a very
>> awesome Egg-Bot from EMSL and a ridiculously powerful 1W laser.
>> If there are specific items you would like for your hackerspace, let me know
>> and we’ll try to make sure those items are included in future contests.
>> Laura Khalil
>> Editor at Instructables.com
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