DC Hackers: Come to DevHouse on Jan 22!

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    Calling DC Hackers!**

    On Saturday, January 22nd, Insomniac Design will host the third DevHouse:DC event, an open-to-public all-day gathering of passionate geeks, hackers and makers working on whatever they want.

    DevHouse:DC is about knowledge sharing, technology exploration, and ad-hoc collaboration. Come to have fun, build things, learn things, and meet new people.

    WHAT:
    - Come to code, craft, make, create
    - Bring your laptop and other gear for your project
    - Fuel your project with free wifi
    - Present and/or see neat stuff during five-minute lightning talks
    - Meet other hackers and thinkers
    - Hang out with friends (INVITE YOUR FRIENDS!)
    - Photos from last time: http://palantir-events.posterous.com/
    - more info: http://devhousedc.org

    WHEN:
    - Saturday, January 22nd
    - 12:00 - 6pm: hacking and partying
    - 6pm - 7pm: dinner
    - 7pm - 8pm: lightning talks
    - 8pm - 11pm: more hacking and more partying

    WHERE:
    - Insomniac Design
    1219 Blagden Alley Northwest
    Washington, DC 20001
    http://goo.gl/maps/jeZb
    http://www.insomniacdesign.com/

    RSVP:
    - PLEASE RSVP to EventBrite event at http://devhousedc.eventbrite.com/
    - Free! -- but space is limited!
    - Facebook event also available for sharing:

    http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=192113170803288

    HELP:
    - Please bring food/snacks/drinks! This is a potluck-style event so
    bring something to share!

    **hacker: n. (originally, someone who makes furniture with an axe). A
    person who enjoys exploring the details of programmable systems and
    how to stretch their capabilities... RFC1392, the Internet Users'
    Glossary, usefully amplifies this as: A person who delights in having
    an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system ... An
    expert or enthusiast of any kind. (source:
    http://www.catb.org/jargon/html/H/hacker.html)

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