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Come to our monthly Open Hack Night, the 3rd Wednesday of every month @ Voz Alta, 1544 Broadway from 7-9pm. This month, we'll have workshops including one on how to use the GNU/Linux command line and a zine making table setup by Grrrl Zines A Go-Go!

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This month, we'll have workshops including one on how to use the GNU/Linux command line and a zine making table setup by Grrrl Zines A Go-Go!

Here's info on the Linux workshop:

Intro to the GNU/Linux command line with Debian

This workshop will introduce users to the basic commands that are useful for using a debian/ubuntu machine on a day-to-day basis. It will focus on using the bash shell well and a handful of essential commands. It is
intended to make users who are new to linux, or just terrified of it, more comfortable with the command line. The command line interface can actually be very powerful, at times even more useful than a gui, and users should embrace it instead of being scared away from it.

We will also show some videos about last year's anti-g8 actions in Scotland including videos of the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army!

Last month we had Grrrl Zines a Go-Go, an intro to video editing workshop and dj'ing by dj lotu5 of radio Antifascista.

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The open hack night is a space for HACKERS, ARTISTS, ACTIVISTS and MEDIA MAKERS to get together, share, teach and learn. It's much like  http://dorkbot.org or  http://barcamp.org, but with a focus on making technology accessible for people traditionally excluded from techno culture like women and people of color.

Want to do a workshop? Have a tech question? Email sdhacklab [at] lists d0t riseup d0t net .

 http://sdhacklab.org


Homepage:: http://sdhacklab.org


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