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I can't say what the top 10 hackerspaces in the US are, but I can think of some cool hackerspaces to reach out to:
 
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Artisan's Asylum (Boston)
 
NYC Resistor (NY City)
 
NYC Resistor (NY City)
Artisan's Asylum (Boston)
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AlphaOne Labs (NY City)  
Crash Space (LA)
 
Heatsynch Labs (Phoenix)  
 
 
Pumping Station: One (Chicago)  
 
Pumping Station: One (Chicago)  
AlphaOne Labs (NY City)  
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i3 Detroit (Detroit)
 
ATX Hackerspace (Austin, TX)  
 
ATX Hackerspace (Austin, TX)  
 
Arch Reactor (St. Louis, MO)
 
Arch Reactor (St. Louis, MO)
 
CCCKC (Kansas City, MO)
 
CCCKC (Kansas City, MO)
i3 Detroit (Detroit)
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Heatsynch Labs (Phoenix)  
 
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Crash Space (LA)
  
  

Revision as of 03:12, 25 September 2013

-- United States Hackerspace Radio Network

NB Radio
https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Radio
will take the lead in working to create a total United States Hacker Radio Network. This will be a website & mailing list that will connect United States' hackerspaces to enable the USA wide production of Hacker Radio content. Hackerspaces nationwide will be able to tap into this content for use in their own local city hackerspace FCC liscensed FM Broadcast band radio station.

We will work together to help hackerspaces around the United States prepare their local city FCC radio license applications.

For instance, Clif, who is from Gainesville, FL, and is now living in the San Francisco bay area and affiliated with Noisebridge, might be able to assist http://www.meetup.com/gainesville-hackerspace/ with coordinating their own station, as well as possibly others.


--- 2013/09/17: Contact 10 biggest USA hackerspaces before next Radio meeting on 2013/09/24 Tuesday 5-8PM

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Mitch Altman <maltman23@hotmail.com>, NoiseBridge Discuss <noisebridge-discuss@lists.noisebridge.net> Fri, 20 Sep 2013 5:47 PM


I can't say what the top 10 hackerspaces in the US are, but I can think of some cool hackerspaces to reach out to:


Artisan's Asylum (Boston) NYC Resistor (NY City) AlphaOne Labs (NY City) Pumping Station: One (Chicago) i3 Detroit (Detroit) ATX Hackerspace (Austin, TX) Arch Reactor (St. Louis, MO) CCCKC (Kansas City, MO) Heatsynch Labs (Phoenix) Crash Space (LA)


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California Hacker Spaces
http://biocurious.org/
http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/BioCurious

Map of Hackerspaces in United States
http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/List_of_Hacker_Spaces. Is map.
http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/List_of_ALL_Hacker_Spaces
https://www.adafruit.com/hacker_spaces/ Is map.
http://batchgeo.com/map/36a62f822541f34f795e148784ea28b2

Global Hacker Spaces
http://hackerspacepp.org/




2n22 Tranny Transistor
http://paratran.com/2paratran.php?tr=50662
http://semiconductormuseum.com/PhotoGallery/PhotoGallery_2N22.htm
http://www.transparentsound.com/transistors/vintage-transistors/Jedec/jedec01.htm
http://alltransistors.com/transistor.php?transistor=1733
http://www.chinaicmart.com/series-2N2/2N22.html#SupplierList

US Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_Emergency_Response_Team
http://www.fema.gov/community-emergency-response-teams