Well, it is Throwback-Thursday, so I’m bringing back some old stuff from the deep web after seeing a comment from my friend and hackerspace meta-maker, Seth Hardy. He worked hard helping to build hacklab.to in Kensington Market and then Site 3 at Bloor and Ossington. It’s great to see the proliferation and variations of makerspaces now and to less-frequently need to explain what they are. This is a shout out to Seth and all the meta-makers who give their time, knowledge, and resources to help other spaces get started.
This post was pre-kwartzlab, back when we (from Waterloo Region) were nomadic makers, building the community, under the temporary MakeKW banner. -DW
and met up with my friend, Seth
who took us to…
which leads to hacklab
which has all kinds of cool
and the kitchen sink
and Seth kindly answered 400 questions
about creating a hackerspace and then we went out for some great burritos followed by
Seth’s amazing maker-shopping-tour of the market area
which included Mr. Chan’s store, Creatron Inc., where we bought
and then returned to hacklab
for some wrap-up discussion and many thanks, before we
Thanks Seth and hacklab. Fantasticly awesome, informative, fun day.
More pics here.