Join us at Hive13 this Tuesday, January 14, when our regular 2nd Tuesday of the month guest speaker program will resume for the new year, immediately following the brief 7:30 pm general meeting.
Member Mike Horwarth (who is a UC PhD stident) will share a brief (30 minute) presentation on Hacking Genes: Synthetic Biology and DIY-Science.
Modern Biology has taken us from the double helix to genetic engineering and personal genomics. Biotech is now on the cusp of the synthetic biology revolution, promising to create radically new organisms using machine-written DNA. Citizen scientists are starting to explore these techniques, hacking genes in garage labs and bio-makerspaces. At the same time public unease with genetic modification is growing. Who will control this technology, and how will the DIY-Biology movement evolve? Mike will talk about the basics of synthetic biology, current projects in the DIY-Bio community, and ideas for DIY-Bio at Hive13.
Members, guests, first-time-walk-ins, and those interested in learning more about this organic branch of hacking are welcome to come to the meeting and this presentation. (Find Us)
We will have a board and officer meeting on Sunday, January 5th at 1PM at hive13 for those who are interested in attending. The board and officers meet once every three months to discuss the overall state of hive13 and set goals for the future. We will be broadcasting this meeting on Google+ Hangouts if you are unable to attend.
Cinic2600 is Friday, December 6th 2013 (the Friday *AFTER* the Thanksgiving holiday weekend) at its usual time and place: 7pm at the Hive13 hackerspace: 2929 spring grove ave in Camp Washington (known locally as The Anchor Building).
Cameron will be demonstrating an end-to-end assault on a residential network, from compromising the wireless network to getting a shell on the PC, and all of the mischief that can be caused along the way. I will be following up with some steps you can take to prevent some of these problems and how you can hopefully spot some of these shenanigans before something bad happens.
As always, if you have something to present or to demonstrate please bring it by :-)
Maps and other details about Hive13 can be found here. See you there!
Cinic2600 is this Friday, October 4th at its usual time and place: 7pm at the hive13 hackerspace: 2929 spring grove ave in camp washington (known locally as the anchor building).
I’ll be giving a talk on some of the technical aspects of the NSA domestic surveillance program. This is an updated version of the talk that I gave in 2011.
OK Folks, when the publicity starts to come together, you know it is getting real! Above is Jason Langdon’s proof graphics for the first batch of posters that will announce the Cincinnati Mini-Maker Faire to the General Public. The event will be Saturday, October 19 at Washington Park. Setup is that morning. The event opens to the general public from 12:00 noon to 10:00pm and pack-out after that. Volunteers are needed for all shifts, all day. This means you and your buddies! Here is the link to the live volunteer form.
More details to follow, but don’t delay to register to help out and be part of this amazing event!