Uhh Mongolia and Siberia via train... that is many days and without
Internet... not sure how many hackers/geeks can survive this ;)
> So, a little background:
> You may know Geeks On A Plane. Started by Nick Farr, founder of
> The idea is simple:
> Get geeks.
> Get on plane.
> Go to geeky place.
> Geek out with geeks in geeky place.
> Having partaken in several geeks on a plane sessions, Mitch Altman (TVBGone,
> BrainMachine, blue haired soldering sensei) wanted to apply the idea to
> other modes of transportation. He often travels between San Francisco to New
> York, and one day decided to try it by Amtrak. Its a long trip though, so
> surely he packed lots of geek projects to keep him busy.
> Hackers on a Train was born. (You could call it Geeks on a Train if you
> like. But HOaT sounds better than GOaT... baaaaaaaaaa)
> On Tuesday, November 13, 2012 1:40:44 AM UTC+9, MRE wrote:
>> It is exactly that!
>> On Tuesday, November 13, 2012 1:24:56 AM UTC+9, TheNetImp wrote:
>>> is this the hacker version of geeks on a plane?
>>> On Tue, Nov 13, 2012 at 1:19 AM, MRE <epre...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Still a work in progress... Thank you JC for all your hard work!
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