Bryant K from Ithaca College came up to visit and interview some of the members about hacking, Interlock, and the scene.
This Friday, Interlock and the rest of the Hungerford building will open as part of the First Friday art exhibit. If you haven’t visited during a First Friday you can expect a good time to meet other members of Interlock and explore the building looking for some interesting art and people.
Also this Friday, Interlock will be hosting the Rochester 2600 meetings. An info sec interest group.
This Saturday we’ll be attending Barcamp Rochester. This is an event at RIT that a lot of people will be attending. The idea is anyone can attend but you must participate by doing a talk.
Check out our calendar for times and other events going on.
We are holding a Linux Workshop this Saturday, March 20 from noon to 4PM.
If you’ve never been to the Linux Workshops in the past they’re a lot of fun and a great way to learn something new! Everyone is welcome!
Experts will be on hand to help with any Linux questions or problems you might have. So bring in your computer and let us help you get the most out of it. Or come and answer questions for others.
Last night more than two dozen people joined us for our second edition of Lightning Talks. A time for people to share their interests or a random subject they’ve just learned. The talks showed the range of knowledge of Interlock from artificial intellegence, soldering, art history, orienteering, making booklets, cross site scripting attacks, the board game go, IRSSI, cat5 cables, learning how to program, things going on at RIT, guest wireless access points, offsite backup solutions, and 3D molecule rendering.
This Tuesday at 7pm will be our second Interlock Lightning talks. If you didn’t hear about our last one, it was a ton of fun and a lot of people came out.
Here’s more info on what a Lightning Talk is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_Talk
If you’ve never heard of the idea, it’s easy. You make a presentation but it’s only 5 minutes long. We’d like to have everyone involved. The more presentations we have the better. The only rules is, you have 5 minutes and you will be timed!
If you’re not a member, we want you to come and you can even do a talk or just sit back and be entertained. Anyone that would like to be added to the list can email antitree at interlock roc dot org.