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2nd Tuesdays of each month at PS:One, you! yes YOU! get to hear your fellow members, geeks, and other associated community-minded people present to whoever wants to show up, but only for 300 seconds apiece.
You've got five minutes. Use it wisely.
- 1 What is it?
- 2 When and Where does it happen?
- 3 Why are we doing this?
- 4 How can I participate?
- 5 How can I attend?
- 6 Current 300SoF
- 7 Past 300SoF
- 7.1 July 2012
- 7.2 June 2012
- 7.3 May 2012
- 7.4 April 2012
- 7.5 March 2012
- 7.6 February 2012
- 7.7 January 2012
- 7.8 December 2011
- 7.9 November 2011
- 7.10 October 2011
- 7.11 September 2011
- 7.12 August 2011
- 7.13 June 2011
- 7.14 May 2011
- 7.15 April 2011
- 7.16 March 2011
- 7.17 February 2011
- 7.18 January 2011
- 7.19 December 2010
- 7.20 November 2010
- 7.21 October 2010
- 7.22 September 2010
- 7.23 August 2010
- 7.24 July 13, 2010
- 7.25 June 8, 2010
- 7.26 May 11, 2010
- 7.27 April 13, 2010
- 7.28 March 9, 2010
- 7.29 February 9, 2010
- 8 Creative Commons licensing and attribution
What is it?
300 Seconds of Fame (300SoF) is a combination/alteration of PS:One's separate lightning talks and Pecha Kucha night, taking in elements from Noisebridge's Five Minutes of Fame, which in turn is an adaptation of CCC's Lightning Talks. The idea is that we hold about an hour's worth of 5 minute open mic slots. You can run shorter, but not longer, than five minutes.
Within those parameters, what is it? Glad you asked.
It can be a presentation, a musical number, a demonstration, a debate, a run-through of a proof of concept, performance art, live circuit bending, etc, etc, ad nauseum. Will it fit into five minutes, be feasible for the space, and be appreciated by an audience? Go for it.
When and Where does it happen?
Second Tuesday of every month after the 8pm meeting at PS:One. (doors open at 6ish)
Why are we doing this?
- Easy way to find out what's going on at PS:One -- no need to sit through long lectures.
- Some people are working on projects that are not ready for a full 30 minute or hour long talk, but they want to get their ideas out. Maybe they need help; maybe they want to propose an idea to the PS:One community.
- Some people are shy about public speaking and want to practice without giving an "official" conference talk, which can be daunting. This is a great way to try it out in a community of peers.
- These days, many of us are becoming entrepreneurs to one extent or another. If you're trying to sell your idea to someone, you need to be able to explain it in five minutes or less.
- "The Law of Fives"
How can I participate?
Easy - sign up to give a talk! Contact Anne (@onthelevel on twitter or anne @ pumpingstationone.org) or add your talk to the Current section below.
Include your name (or handle) and talk title, as well as whether or not you'll need projector access.
Right now, we're running this off-the-cuff. If we find ourselves pushing the hour limit, we may restrict sign-ups and/or schedule people for later months.
How can I attend?
Just show up!
- Sacha -
- Aeva - TV hacking
- Will - 30 second chocolate cake
- Corinna - Radiohead bear suit
- Todd - Chicago wifi project
(sign up for these available spots!)
- Sacha - From 2D to 3D: five techniques for designing objects for laser cutting
- Elory - The Big Draw Chicago
- Trevor - on behalf of the vinyl cutter
- Will - 1956 Erector set
- Ed - Electronic Cactus
- Jesse - introduction to me and my work
- Adam - Apollo 13
- -Steve - Doors
- Todd - wifi project
- Sacha - Relative Risk and You
- Brian - Antikythera
- Rhys - Bitcoin
- Dwayne Johnson - Washcloth Robot
- Sacha De'Angeli - Photoduino Booth
- Avner - Mozilla Open Badges and Hackerspaces
- Eric Stein - Actual TARDIS
- Jimmy Trevor - Wanderer's Poetry
- Andrew Valkanas - Hacker, hack thy self
- Avner - Kombucha: What the #$*& is that, and can I have some?
- Adam - Artificial pancreas
- Jay - Economics and the technological singularity
Date change: February 7!
- Eric Stein - mkpuzzle
- Steve - Eagle to Finished Circuit Board in Two Hours
- Jenny Tong - Hacking People
- Brian Kung - Hacking Movement
- Kathy - Sea Chanties
- Ben Smith - Infolens Storage
- Sacha - Intro to Do-ocracies and Bicycle Shedding
- Colin - Stuff I Do
- Pocket Factory - Clap Rap
- Anthony - Hack the Universe
- Chris - dropping some rhymes
- Mike Warot - Computer Security Can Be Fixed
- Director at Large nominee - Eric
- Director at Large nominee - Dan Meyer
- Director at Large nominee - Steve
- CTO nominee - Eric
- Treasurer nominee - Ish
- BREAK! Cell Stretcher: an Open Science Project - Gerry
- Secretary nominee - Shawn
- Secretary nominee - Patrick
- Vice President nominee - Shawn
- Vice President nominee - Patrick
- President nominee - Tim
- BREAK! Thanks for all you've made in the past year - Anne
- Vice President nominee - Jim
- Tricopter - Dan
- Osloom's linear actuator - Ed
- Making things for fun and profit - Tim
- NaNoWriYe - Laurie
- Open Science - Ben
- Awesome Award (and photos) - Chris and Sacha
- The Awesome Foundation - Chris
- Making a Daft Punk Helmet, and Why You Shouldn't - Nick
- telling us about how rad glassblowing is - Daniel from Hotglass Chicago
- journal reading - Beth
- The Saga of Juan - Jim
- Open Science: What it is and why it's cool - Sacha
- Chatlight: Embodying the Internet - Eric
- virtual focus - mike
- digeridoo performance - geoffrey
- Dan Meyer: Fab Lab Circuit Bending Workshop Video
- Ashley from i3 - Engineering Education: We're Doing it Wrong
- Tim - Businesses as Projects
- Jim - More Stories from the Balloon Factory
- Lindsay -Ghetto prom 2011
- Chromium and you- Sacha
- Textile changes - Avner and Lindsay and Tim
- Image processing for cool results - Eric Stein
- One damn beautiful hackerspace - Tim
- Dabble - Anne
- Defcon -Dan
- Will - Fresh Paint
- John - Electronics for Popups
- Jess - World Naked Bike Ride
- Ish - Apps that break the game
- Tomer - Sarah Palin in a box on acid, or ecstasy
- Adrianna - Song for Pluto
- Nick - HAL740: An Introduction to DIY Home Automation
- Rhys - Pirates, Hackers, and ADC
- Shawn Blaszak presents the fantastical tangled tale of how I earned my semi-ersatz Erdos number and my surprisingly believable Bacon number
- Jordan - Cricut hacks
- Jim - More Stories from the Balloon Factory
- Matt/digipengi - Protect Your Shit
- Avner - GGHC
- Kyle - Passive Agressive: Interpreting and Reinterpreting Passive Digital Media
- Dustin - Firefox 4 and Mozilla
- Jim - My Bike and a special announcement
- Sacha - How Open Source Saved My Company
- Eric - How to Wiki
- Joe - Waking up a la Flava Flav
- Jonathan - Extracting Coffee
- Jim - Hipster Nascar and the Balloon Factory
- Eric - Freegeek
- Rhys - Wireless Chording Keyboard on Thingiverse
- Avner - Vertical garden
- Joe - Where's Waldo?
- Dan - Small CNC
- Patrick - Things I'm doing
- Jim - Stories from the balloon factory
- David - Time-lapse CHDK photography
- Ben - Macaroni and cheese
- Jordan Bunker (At Large)
- Jim Burke (At Large)
- Shawn Blasak (At Large)
- Asher - hacking the five minute play
- Rhys (CTO)
- Tim "How to hand-cut a mortise and tenon (badly)"
- Ishmael Rufus (Treasurer)
- Patrick (Secretary)
- Idan - Skiboard
- Nathan Witt (Vice President)
- Anne Petersen (President)
- Sacha De'Angeli (Nothing)
- Sarah - Member survey
- Jordan, Ish, Rhys, Nathan, Tim - Open Door Hackathon
- Dan - CNC PhlatPrinter
- Tim - Top reasons why you can't juggle
- Joshua Rothhaas - Tinkering School comes to Chicago
- Jay - PCs Uncased
- Sacha - ChiHack
- Patrick - XMas64 Part 2: Electric Boogaloo
- Nathan - Pledge drive
- Jaku and John - RFID jacket
- Patrick - XMass64 v0.1
- Dustin - Hacking Elections
- Tim - Laser Cutters and you
- Tim and Jordan - Hackerspace valuation, a proposal
- Bill Mania - Team Frednet and the Google Lunar X Prize
- Joe - Joe's Fantastic Voyage
- dustin - buildbot
- arthur - xray scattering
- Vimby - The world premier of Scion's Take on the Machine, Pumping Station: One
- Patrick - Patrick
- Sacha - Chemical burns and electric shocks: making atomically sharp needles for fun and profit.
- Sacha - Fish or eat sushi: dumping unprofitable projects for fun and profit.
- Dan - Knots? That's Awesome
- How to Fail at Physics by Sacha
- Clear Hotspot by Matt
- Mister Rogers on Ecstasy in a Box by Tomer
- Open Up by Willow
July 13, 2010
- How to Identify Someone Who Practises Hacking by Tim
- PRS by Jim
- Rival Spaces by Steve
- Optimizing PS:One by Anne
June 8, 2010
- Stuff I keep in my pockets by Patrick
- Shadelab by Alex Gilliam
- More tales from the balloon factory by Jim
- MakerBot by Patrick
- Breakfast Cleanup Club results by Anne
- chain maille by Jakub
- Geek Pranks by Patrick
- NeighborCon by Travis
May 11, 2010
- Firespinning by Sc00bz
- Taking inventory of PS1's stuff and how you can help by Tim
- The Space Shuttle and the Horse's Rear End by Jeff
- MakerBot by Patrick
- Audio Arduino by Joe Fallon
April 13, 2010
- tobtu.com by Sc00bz
- Welcome Tomerica by Tomer
- Tech Workers of the World Unite! by Steve Goodpaster
- Chip Decapping by Travis Goodspeed
- Creative Re-Use by Carl Boyd
- The Jew's Harp by Jimmy P. Rogers
- Malicious GPU Kernel by Travis Goodspeed
March 9, 2010
- First Robotics by Ryan Lanham
- A Hackerspace's Guide to... oh, you stopped reading, didn't you by Sacha De'Angeli
- 10 Awesome Things You Probably Didn't Know About Neuroanatomy by Frag
- Digeridoo by Geoffrey
- Arduino Radio by Joseph Fallon
- Please Pirate by Pete
- Fiddling Around by Sarah S.
- Things That Happen to Me at the Balloon Factory by Jim
- Democratizing Video Surveillance by Ella
- Fun Raising by Eric Hanley
February 9, 2010
- Peoplehacking II: A Numerically and Biologically Intensive Solution to Losing Weight or: The Engineers' Guide to Weight Loss or: Four Formulae For The Reduction Of Operational Mass by Sacha De'Angeli
- Maker Fair: Get Excited! by Ryan Lanham
- Photography Rights: an educational rant on where it's legal to take pictures by Anne Petersen
- RepRap report: progress! by camo
- Brawndo: The Messy Hackerspace MUTILATOR by Tim Saylor
Creative Commons licensing and attribution
Content is available under Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, cribbed generously from the wiki about Noisebridge's similar event.