Does that mean heatsync labs should have more guns and sprawl?
On Fri 12 October 2012 21:05:30 Mike Bushroe wrote:
> Well, it makes sense that each self-evolving hacker space would be strongly--
> influenced by its native urban culture. If I were to start slinging stereo
> types, I would consider that a NYC hacker space would be influenced by the
> fast paced, in-your-face lifestyle, and prevalence of many limited
> membership clubs, organizations, unions, political groups, exclusive
> restaurant, etc. On the other extreme, San Francisco seems to still have
> its feet in the sixties, and I would expect the more flower child, open
> air, anybody come in structure there. Leaving us both geographically and
> sociologically somewhere in between. Kind of comfy here in the middle, too.
> Hackerspace Lineage Hour: if you cross Noisebridge's
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