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Thu through Sat
(On other days/hours:
Hit us up on IRC or
knock on our doors.
A member may be there
to let you in.)
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525 E. Liberty, Ann Arbor
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History for admin
I know what you’re wondering: “Why haven’t I attended a python class at All Hands Active recently?” No worries! You can stop feeling guilty and start feeling awesome, because another round of python classes is coming up at AHA. And … Continue reading
Dear loyal readers, I have both good news and bad news to impart upon you. The good news is that I have recovered my vision entirely with no lasting pathologies. The bad news relates to why I lost that vision in … Continue reading
Members of AHA are often holding or facilitating in some sort of free workshop, class, etc. So far we’ve managed to get our hands involved in Welding, Model Rockets, Duct Tape Wallets, Python (Programming, snakes come later), and so much … Continue reading
More documentation of the Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire that took place June 5th have emerged via Make Magazine’s blog and Flickr stream, courtesy of Matt Mets of HackPDH. Here Bilal was making flyers for us to hand out, as … Continue reading
The Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire took place this Saturday and it was so very freaking awesome that my armpits are still itchy from excitement*! There were Ooblek troughs (like this), space harps, soldering stations, copper butterflies, electric tractors, articulated … Continue reading
I recently read a couple sentences written by Heidegger that reminded me just what a douchebag Nietzsche is. An argument with a modern philosopher who stopped by the hackerspace only served to compound my rage, which was primarily directed at … Continue reading
Last night at the Build Party Bilal shared some news with us. Apparently the other hackerspaces in the Midwest, such as Pumping Station: One, i3, and HackPDH, have been spreading the rumor that we are the friendliest hackerspace in North … Continue reading
Tact? I have no tact!
So we’re gearing up to teach a 6-week course in basic electronics. It will be taught by Bilal, Pokey, and myself. We intend to post lots of content online from it. As a warm up, can you spot all the … Continue reading