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UPDATE: I was a one evening guest at Noisebridge in August 2013.
The experience was a re-affirmation of all that Hackerdom stands for.
Noisebridge is not just a place where people get together with neat things,
It's a place of MAGIC being made real.  I casually walked up to a group
hacking on EEG gear and suggested using the Scroll Lock Led on the keyboard
as a debug indicator. We made it work in a short time. That same project in
other groups might have taken hours. Such is routine at Noisebridge. 

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