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We have a new space, colocated with the Staircase Theatre on Dundurn Street. It’s a super sweet second floor, with tons of natural light (daystar!). The best thing about the new space is that it’s approximately the most accessible location in the city – Dundurn and King. We’ve got a floor plan worked out, with a chem / cnc room, workshop space, and loungey space.
Buildout week starts today! At the open|haus tonight, we’ll be moving the 175 2x4s we ripped out of the old space over to the new one. We’ll talk about how things will work during buildout week and how you can lend a hand. We’ll keep this page updated for folks who can’t make it out tonight.
Website is getting some damn good work being done to it. Member Blogs are now popping up! Have a look! The links are on the right side.
If you are a member, register and post up your projects! Show everyone what we are doing!
I’ll archive the content somewhere, but they’re going away in favour of using mailing lists.
internal: email@example.com — http://lists.thinkhaus.org/listinfo.cgi/thinkhaus-members-thinkhaus.org (MODERATED subscriptions – we’ll make sure only members are on the list.
external (PUBLIC) (may end up being moderated): firstname.lastname@example.org (anyone can join — http://lists.thinkhaus.org/listinfo.cgi/thinkhaus-discuss-thinkhaus.org )
It’s too much work to try to maintain this crap any longer.
If you can’t say it in email, it’s not worth saying.
YOU’VE GOT UNTIL SATURDAY TO GET ANYTHING YOU WANT WITHOUT BEGGING FOR PDFs FROM ME.
Just had to post that think|haus has been mentioned in an article in Raise the Hammer by Ryan McGreal. This necessitated the creation of the new ‘media’ section, which is linked at the top.
UPDATE: more pics from the first meeting! (Flickr link)
Lots of updates on the site the last 24 hours or so:
- contact page
- links updated
- events calendar added
- integration with twitter
and of course, we want to promote open|haus Tuesdays as much as possible.
Lastly, I was uploading some photos and came across one from the first visit I thought appropriate to share. Behold!