We’ve decided to ‘brand’ our door, for marketing purposes and to make it easier for people to find us when we have the Open House and schedule classes at our Brandywine street location.
More and more the Internet is becoming an integral part of our daily lives. Basic web site skills, much like typing skills ten years ago, have evolved from something nice to have to an absolute requirement. If you have ever wanted to learn the basics of web development from the ground up, this is your […]
Flush with success from our last Happy Hour at Rum Bar, we’re back with another event, less than a month away on Thursday September 22nd from 5-7pm at Prohibition Taproom.
Thanks to Ed, Stephanie, Christian, Yadie, Georgia and Andrew who made it out to our second Happy Hour and enjoyed delicious rum drinks and guacamole dip for a few hours while we talked about upcoming Hacktory Events. Pictures are below the link:
Found this gem of a site, The Junkbox, a site where you can buy and sell ‘junk’ parts from your stash of projects. Many of the items listed are somewhat outdated, but I’m sure you can find great (re-) use for these classic electronic parts. Why choose The Junkbox over eBay? Simple – it’s 100% […]
As we talked about briefly in our Design Day Recap, one of the projects we managed to get moving was producing a Hacktory-inspired silkscreen of the Liberty Bell made out of electronic parts and then printing the design onto T-Shirts.
We had a fantastic turnout at our first Design Day, with 8 attendees who worked hard to come up with a whole host of product ideas. They range from out-of-this-world to educational, and we look forward to seeing these ideas turn into actual products!
As a long-time board member of The Hacktory, I’m always asked this very simple question: What is the Hacktory? And as much as I hate to admit it, I’m often stumped, or at a loss of words to describe it. I might ramble on about our public events, classes, or our community, trying to find […]