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Mar 6, 2012 by rgbiv
Recently returned from visiting his wife’s family abroad, TX/RX Labs’ RGBIV brings us a look into HackBo, the Bogotá hackerspace, and the striking similarity of experience that can exist among this distributed, transparent and leaderless (not to mention global) movement. You say “hackerespace,” I say “hackerspace.” Just a short walk ...
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Dec 6, 2011 by rgbiv
In the last nine months, our student body and our membership have more than doubled. It’s time to move to a larger space. Help us build the community workshop, education center and startup incubator that the Space City deserves.
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Dec 5, 2011 by rgbiv
Impervious to lightning and blue shells. Stephen Cameron looks like he’s been having more fun than a barrel of Donkey Kongs building and riding his cyclekart. Per cyclekarts.com, “Cyclekarts are small, lightweight, nimble machines made by their drivers for the pursuit of motoring sport. They’re not serious speed-machines or status-generating ...
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Oct 27, 2011 by rgbiv
Where we're going, we don't need roads. The intrepid adventurers of our Temporal Archaeology Team have returned from a parallel timeline in which they personally witnessed President Tesla’s WWI victory against Otto Mecha Bismarck in laser glove combat. Perusing the raucous markets of the floating slum-ships of Manchester-Above-London, they discovered ...
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Oct 19, 2011 by rgbiv
The Republican from Illinois. One of our members recently decided to spruce up his law office with something handmade, beautiful, and marginally subversive. Using the Lab’s CNC plasma torch, the member cut plate steel silhouettes of five notable – and revolutionary – attorneys: Cicero, Abraham Lincoln, Mohandas Gandhi, Franz Kafka ...
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