At the Open House, we get to play with cool toys :) Video editing is much more affordable (as in free to be more precise). So I decided to take a stab at a short little test video and some music. It’s just something I put together in about 10mins. Want to learn? Come on over and find out!
We are having a Quentin Tarantino movie night! We will watch 3 movies in a row, with a short break in between. There will be a 5000 won cover to pay for munchies/pizza. Pick from the following list of his movies: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quentin_Tarantino_filmography
Date: Jun 2
Time: 2pm till 8pm
We got our first big table! This was a donation from Mina (& a friend of hers), the owner of Tom & Jenny’s hogwan. Thank you!
On Saturday May 19th, we will be having our Grand Opening Event! We have decided to combine the local Teachers Bookclub into the day of the Grand Opening as well! Also, we will be broadcasting LIVE on Bambuser.com, the link will be posted here!
Saturday May 19th, 2012
12pm to 10pm
Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do 480 080
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I am working to have this place be a representation of freedom and freedom of expression. This includes using tools that aid us in that endeavour. So I will be decorating the place with some logos of products that are free/open source to promote this idea of freedom.
This logo is for Ubuntu and I am hand painting everything.
And what place isn’t’ complete without the ubiquitous Android logo?
More to come :)
Also, got some more wall cleared from the little inner room, this is a tough job!
Slowly this place is coming along. I hope to have it open by the end of the month! Just need some tables and chairs :)
Ever since learning about Playatech, I’ve been fascinated by their designs and simplicity of engineering. I made it a goal to make all the furniture in the space using their methods, or designs that are similar. Today the first piece was made.
Of course the local hardware store didn’t have the exact size as outlined in the plays. So I had to calculate and convert from inches to mm, and then reduce that number to one that works for my size of wood.
I liked this design because the initial cuts are pretty simple (truth be told, most of their cuts are simple).
I didn’t get any action shots of the cutting as I was the only one doing the works and I was limiting my Galaxy Tab to dust exposure. So here are the pieces all set and cut.
So, does it all fit together? Was my handy-dandy craftmanship good enough for this job? You be the judge.
Now the big question, will it hold any real weight? It is only 10mm thick after all, and it is only 75% of the original size…..
Apparently it is sturdy enough to hold me :)
Wondering what should I do next….a proper sized one or a table? I will need both any ways. we’ll see.