[Noisebridge-discuss] Bike lights workshop! Shine out into the night! This Friday

Dan Cote terminationshok at gmail.com
Thu Apr 18 13:17:46 UTC 2013

This sounds great. I'd be glad to advise anyone who wants to make their
lights more dynamic with microcontrollers.

Regarding stealing, I never leave my bike outside for longer than 5
minutes. And if it is outside for 5 minutes, you can bet there's a u-lock
on it. I always advise the same to anyone in SF.

On Mon, Apr 15, 2013 at 4:48 PM, Alexandra Glowaski <alex.glowaski at gmail.com
> wrote:

> I'm tired of seeing world-class hackers riding around with no lights, or
> faint ones, or covered-up ones, like stupids. You guys are so magnificent,
> and you deserve a set of totally obnoxious lights, and also not to die
> because of such a silly little thing.
> Join me this Friday at the space! Bring your bike and build yourself a set
> of integrated, water-resistant, low-profile, crazy bright, fully custom,
> simple, durable, cheap bike lights (
> www.alexglow.com/anti-love-bike-lights/). I give you my personal
> guarantee that they won't be stolen: my wheels got jacked yesterday, and a
> set of pedals before, and the lights were totally intact.
> If you want them to blink, bring your own controller! I'mma try and work
> up a fun reactive circuit in advance, but the standard-issue kit will
> include only the materials for a static display. Which will look
> magnificent. I promise.
> Friday, April 19 @ 7pm
> Noisebridge Hackerspace
> $10-15 suggested donation for materials
> As proposed by the inimitable Mr. Sean Kolk, we shall perform a test run
> afterwards: a six-pack ride, wherein you bring a six-pack of whatever you
> want and we stop at six different parks. Feel free to join only for the
> beginning, or ride with us in solidarity if you already have lights you
> love. Let's celebrate!
> - Merlin
> p.s.: I plan to make this a recurring event. More live hackers! More
> hardware! More shiny!
> --
> Make your world!
> www.alexglow.com
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