I bought a foosball table for the space. It needed some cleanup & repair and Walter asked me to blog about it. Part 1 in a 5 part series.
These events took place on November 15, 2013.
Not sure why, but I have had a hankering for a foosball table. I used to play in [...]
The lease is signed, the Indiegogo Campaign is complete, and Quarantine:ABQ is packing up their stuff. That means this is the month of transition…
Between now and then, there [...]
Quick quiz: Which is more important, health or fun? (hint: I chose the latter this time around… And you’ll see why!)
Our organizing meeting will be Sun 3 March during Open Hack Night(7-10pm). BUT – please feel free to contact me before that! … bandit
More info on Hackerscouts:
Dear Maker Families,
It is with great enthusiasm that I announce an addition to our programming. At Hacker Scouts, our mission has always been very clear to [...]
Ever wanted to learn to walk on stilts? The first step is to get some and try to walk on them! Peg stilts are very expensive for no good reason, so Kristen and Copper will be teaching a hands-on course in peg stilt making out of some wood, bolts, and ties at Quelab, 11am on [...]
Beer. Mead. Cider. Each of these beverages have a number of things in common, but first and foremost: Yeast. This little microbe has so many tasty uses, we will gladly consume it’s products.
The other thing these libations have in common is the time-consuming process… and the delicious results. This mostly-lecture class will discuss the [...]
We at the Lab had a Segate DockStar kicking around, taking up space. I had been looking for a tiny NAS to run some home storage things, so a donation to the kitty later and away I go. However, I couldn’t put my 2.5″ PATA adapter onto it stock, so it needed a [...]
I had a very hard time figuring out how to use Pin-Change Interrupts. I found AVR documentation hard to follow, and Arduino libraries overly complicated and obfuscating. Here is an example of how to use pin-change interrupts for Arduino (mega). It may help.