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Randomdata is group of people who want to do technical stuff, we build, we break, we create and we invent.
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Randomdata is group of people who want to do "technical" stuff. Randomdata is a hackerspace. A hackerspace is a real (as opposed to virtual) place where people with common interests, usually in science, technology, or digital or electronic art can meet, socialize and collaborate. A hackerspace can be viewed as an open community lab, workbench, machine shop, workshop and/or studio where people of diverse backgrounds can come together to share resources and knowledge to build/make things. We build, we break, we create, we invent and of course we hack.
  
To have some fun we already started to do homespace sessions, soon we will continue in our space with these sessions like: mind hacking, soft hacking and hard hacking are some of the things we do but there are actually no limits (unless it's "illegal"). Come take a look if you like! You're welcome!
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Before, when we had no space, we started to do "homespace sessions". But now we have found our space and we will continue there with sessions like: mind hacking, soft/hard hacking and a lot of other things we like to do. There are no actual limits to creativity (unless it's illegal ;)). The foundation "stichting Randomdata" is now a fact. Come take a look if you like! You're welcome!
  
 
Hack the planet!
 
Hack the planet!

Latest revision as of 00:10, 3 February 2010

Randomdata is group of people who want to do "technical" stuff. Randomdata is a hackerspace. A hackerspace is a real (as opposed to virtual) place where people with common interests, usually in science, technology, or digital or electronic art can meet, socialize and collaborate. A hackerspace can be viewed as an open community lab, workbench, machine shop, workshop and/or studio where people of diverse backgrounds can come together to share resources and knowledge to build/make things. We build, we break, we create, we invent and of course we hack.

Before, when we had no space, we started to do "homespace sessions". But now we have found our space and we will continue there with sessions like: mind hacking, soft/hard hacking and a lot of other things we like to do. There are no actual limits to creativity (unless it's illegal ;)). The foundation "stichting Randomdata" is now a fact. Come take a look if you like! You're welcome!

Hack the planet!