Also, be sure to check out craftzine.
This is an opportunity for Make:KC members and others to help update and support our web site. Our goal is to get the existing web site updated to the current Drupal 7 technology, create additional functionality, and move to our new hosting service. This is also an opportunity to explore new techniques incorporating "Internet of Things" into maker projects.
In general, this coworking session is open to the public for anyone looking to start their own web site or professionals already managing and hosting sites. Drupal is a web site content management system that is free of charge to use and is popular among business, non-profits and other organizations.
You are invited to come out and work on your own web project's concept, design, hosting, customization, software development, or integration of web enabled mobile devices alongside professionals, novices, or anyone looking to enter into web site development and management activities.
This session is sponsored by Make:KC and the Johnson County Library Makerspace.
Introduction to Video Game Programming with 'Scratch'.
Kansas City: See Yourself as Never Before
If anyone is interested in getting together (April 10) to just eat and drink then I will be at Planet Sub. This is just South of I635 and I35. Nothing planned other than eating and talking. Maybe I will bring a Zombie game.
Science City's Town Hall Meeting Room, Saturday March 3 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
We're continuing a tradition started by the Kansas City Robotics Society (KCRS) of meeting at Union Station/Science City each month for a robotics show & tell.
Come join our bi-weekly discussion examining the impact of disruptive technologies on teaching, learning and finding ways to support STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based studies through Life-Long Learning.
Making: The Art of STEM
Plan to attend Make:KC's bi-weekly Robotics meetings starting Wednesday February 22, 2012. If you bring a cheap 2D scanner found at thrift stores, we'll take them apart to explore useful parts you can salvage. Also, if you have a robot you're working on then bring it along and show others. We'll learn how you can build your own custom robot parts at the Fab Lab.
This is my favorite one.
This month we have two Build Night projects planned.
The Cracker Box Amplifier will add volume to those of you who built the Electric version of the Cigar Box Guitar.
Our second project is a Laser Spy Communicator. This device will also make use of the Cracker Box Amplifiers.
Be sure to check out our Build Events Discussion Forum for more information.
Events & Activities
HMS Beagle Science Store - voted Coolest Store in Kansas City
Check out these other great Maker Friendly groups:
Local Hackerspace and Makerspace Groups
Regional Hackerspace and Makerspace Groups