Friday, August 10, 2012
Find a Hacker Space with Google Maps
Hackerspaces has created a Google Map, called a List of Hacker Spaces, that shows the locations of public spaces where hackers meet and work on projects. The site defines hacker spaces as "community-operated physical places, where people can meet and work on their projects".
The map itself is very basic. If you want to find a hacker space near you then you'll have to zoom the map into your location to find your nearest space. However the markers do provide links that allow you to click-through to your local hacker space's own website. Which is basically all you really need.
The list is user-maintained and anyone can add a hacker space to the Hackerspaces' list.
Posted by Keir Clarke at 2:30 AM