As a member of Potteries Hackspace (PHS) I decided to get involved with the newly-developing Wavemaker thing in Stoke-on-Trent… PHS is part of a consortium being led by bITjam to create a new makerspace in the City centre with a focus on providing young people with access to technologies for creating the future.
Mark Power stopped me on the way home from work to ask if he could take a photo… Sam, Stoke town, Stoke-on-Trent, yesterday: http://t.co/jiuYkNgz4x @grainphotohub @appetitestoke #CityofSixTowns — Mark Power (@marktpower) October 11, 2014
I was at the Live Coding Network Doctoral Consortium on Thursday last week. This document has notes I made afterwards. Here’s a photo of me and sdfsys, as tweeted by @pauwly: Samuel Freeman demos his doctoral sonic livecoding software – fascinating! #livecoding pic.twitter.com/4rD0Sv9QHd — Pauwly (@pauwly) September 25, 2014
Photographic evidence of my being at the Potteries HackSpace: I’m working on (fixing and) making some alterations to my Vibrati Punk Console using reclaimed switches and stuff… I had planned to use a reclaimed LED, but found that new ones are so much brighter for the same energy usage!