For a Milford hackerspace, the "hacker" part is OK but "space" is a problem
Posted by David Brooks | Friday, February 1, 2013
Stop me if you’re heard this one before: Three software guys, a mechanical engineer and a standup comedian walk into a bar.
“What was that 3-D printer I saw you with last night?” asks one.
“That was no 3-D printer: That was the seed corn for bringing hackerspaces to the Souhegan Valley!” (Pause of riotous audience laughter.)
That's the lede of my column which will run Monday, about efforts to start a new hackerspace in Milford, called TekArts. (Yes, it involves a standup comedian.)
I can't tell you any more about the column because I'm still writing it ...