Haha, meme joke. The blog and the hackerspace have had both enjoyed less life than Io, the first moon of Jupiter, in the past few months. Oh sure, we’ve had a clade of successful workshops, a packed Ignite event, major redecoration, a freaking awesome new logo, and some great new members, but if you walk […]
The following is a guest post by Sarah Quinn about the upcoming Sound of Things workshop on April 1st. This April 1st, the Sensory Archive Project is delighted to present a hands-on workshop in 091 Labs connecting narrative concepts with practical skills in interactive technologies. Collaborating artists, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori and Alicja Pytlewska, will present […]
Internet Relay Chat is a protocol for real-time communication on the internet and is frequently used in Open Source development among other things. On Friday the 16th of November at 20:00, we’ll be running an IRC workshop to explain how to use IRC and why it’s useful. This workshop will open for the to the […]
Python is a one of the worlds most popular programming language. We’ll be running Python workshops every Monday 20:00 until 22:00, which will involve teaching beginners and getting people who already know Python working on cool projects together. This workshop will open for the to the public and will cost €5 for non-Labs members.
Tomorrow we’ll be running a cardboard engineering workshop in 091 Labs from 7pm! We will be showing how to make different kinds of contraptions and armor in cardboard form in conjunction with the NUIG Nothing Specific Society for their Cardboard Wars 2012 event on the 8th of March. We will have some stocks of cardboard […]