3-5 Trueman Street
Liverpool, England L3 2BA

We're back at the Bad Format bar this time and will having a show and tell of the electronic instruments made at the recent Interface Amnesty hackday. Come along for a listen, or a chat, or to work on your own cool hardware project.

Fortnightly meet-up at 7pm for anyone interested in connecting the internet to the real world, breathing life into inanimate objects and creating new ways to interact with things.

We'll be working on our hardware projects, explaining what hardware hacking is to anyone who's interested, and chatting about finding a more permanent location to break out the soldering irons and finding somewhere where hacking and creativity can bloom.

We should be easy to spot - we'll be the guys with laptops, bits of electronics and a Bubblino (http://www.mcqn.com/bubblino)

We’re looking to create a hackerspace where anyone interested in technology, or digital or electronic art can meet, socialise and collaborate.

Everyone is welcome, regardless of ability or experience. Sign up to the mailing list at http://groups.google.com/group/NW-hack-space & introduce yourself. If you’re really shy, you could just follow announcements on http://Twitter.com/hsNW - or subscribe to the data feed for announcements from http://nwhackspace.wordpress.com/feed/

Want to know more about hackspaces? Start here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hackerspace

Official Website: http://nwhackspace.wordpress.com/

Added by amcewen on October 4, 2009