The first ever Northern Colorado Mini Maker Faire was held Saturday October 5 in Loveland. Around 3,300 people attended and there were 120 maker/ demoer/ exhibiter booths. SSD had a table with a few of our projects, info about our space, and a revolving 2-4 members present and excited to tell passers-by about our space. […]
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Thanks to all who waded through wicked weather to attend our post-Halloween party on Tuesday evening November 1. We had more types of lights than you can count on 2 hands and more importantly, dozens of people stopping by to see them! Special thanks to John E. for wowing everyone with lasers, fog, and sound-reactive […]
Rain didn’t keep us from having a great time at the space this past Saturday. We still barbecued, built stuff, collaborated, got creative, had a lot of fun! Photos from Dan D-B. More on Flickr
This post has been a little over due, not a little, a lot and thanks to Dan’s persistence here it is. During February I was searching for ways to create more permanent arduino based solutions when I stumbled upon a neat kit from a Hackerspace out in Provo Utah named The Transistor. I contacted them before I purchased […]
Just a quick update. The awesome team over at Boulder Ignite posted the Ignite 13 talks online, so if you missed it check out our talk!
John English and Dan Davis-Boxleitner (and possibly others) from the Boulder hackerspace/makerspace Solid State Depot will be presenting at Boulder Ignite 13. The presentation is called “Fight Consumerism by Building It Your Damn Self” and will discuss the history and present day hackerspace experience as well as some interesting projects that hackerspaces around the world […]
Welcome to the home of the Solid State Depot – Boulder’s very own Hackerspace/Makerspace. We are a group of like-minded individuals intent on destroying the world.. wait, I mean.. Intent on working together to inspire and enjoy the love of doing things by hand! We meet on a weekly basis in the Boulder, CO area […]