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Fubarino Contest Winners

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hackaday.com 31 Dec '13, 3am

The Geek Group recently documented the process of overhauling part of their workspace to accommodate Project Jeff , a mass...

SearchCap: The Day In Search, December 31, 2013

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Fire At The Geek Group

Fire At The Geek Group

hackaday.com 03 Jan '14, 2pm

The Geek Group, an absurdly large and well stocked hackerspace in Grand Rapids, Michigan caught fire yesterday . You may r...