Here are some links/articles/blog posts that are worth a look:
- Hack Pittsburgh – HackPittsburgh is a non-profit, community-based workshop that allows members to come together and share skills & tools to pursue creative projects. Our membership is open to everyone but typically comprises inventors, engineers, scientists, programmers, hobbyists, artists, roboteers, families, entrepreneurs, and arts and crafts enthusiasts. Our focus is on collaboration, education, and community outreach. We’re a benevolent group and do not promote or condone illegal activities. The term “hacking” is used in a benign sense, in the context of deconstructing and understanding objects and systems and re-purposing existing materials for new and innovative uses.
- SUGAR boutique is now blogging – Sugar boutique – located on Butler Street in Lawrenceville – now has a blog and a twitter account. The blog has some great posts about the shop and the new items that are being added to the shop. I love when businesses can share the stories behind what they are selling.
- Soon you will be able to rent bikes at South Side Works! – Golden Triangle Bike Rental, in its third year of operation along Downtown’s Eliza Furnace Trail, is opening a second location in the Works’ Town Square area;