It Takes A Nation Of Makers To Make A Nation

Back in 2012 when the seeds were planted for LA Makerspace, it was still a fairly novel idea. We were the first family friendly makerspace in Los Angeles and we launched one of the first makerspace crowdfunding campaigns on Kickstarter. People came to our space in downtown LA from all over Southern California because it […]

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Hack for Good: Climate Change Solutions

Geeklist is hosting a global hackathon from Sept. 12-14th to get smart people thinking and creating solutions to our world’s most pressing climate problems. I created a challenge on Pursuitery to help bring more awareness to the hackathon and to participate virtually from the comfort of my home desk. There are two ways that I’m […]

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Learn to Code Links

Update: I made a Pinterest board wI have been favoriting “how to code” links on Twitter for awhile now and that seems pretty useless so I’m going to list them here instead. Codecademy – Learn the basics to more advanced. Build existing websites that you are familiar with including AirBnB Code.org – Basics plus HTML, […]

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That Time I Was A Meme

I wrote this post on Medium. “Is this you?” “Hey, I think this is you.” “OMG, I think you are a meme!!!” Over the past week I’ve received dozens of pings from friends sending me links to a photo with the tagline “No one is born racist” and asking if it’s me. It is, and […]

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