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[liberationtech] Learning how to hack

Cecilia Tanaka cecilia.tanaka at gmail.com
Mon Aug 29 06:55:31 PDT 2016


Really sorry if my suggestion seem too fool or stupid, my dear Yosem, but I
learned to hack with my friends, making a lot of crazy things on
hackerspaces.

I love a lot of books like "Make: Electronics  (Learning Through
Discovery)", by Charles Platt, but the best way of learning and having
crazy ideas is DIY.  I almost exploded a lot of things and  - wow! -  it
was really fun!  :D

Creating, playing, watching LEDs and dark hearts blinking in the dark...
God, I am the worst hacker in the whole world, but I know how fun is
brewing my own beer.  And I don't drink alcohol, hahaha!!!  ;D

Create new things, reutilize old things, being a maker because it has own
beauty.  Just it.  No, because it's "fashion" now.  It's simply lovely,
beautiful, wonderful to make something cool with your own hands.

I suggest all the "Make Collection".  I've made children having lots of fun
with really huge bubbles of soap and learned how to constroy a lot of cool
things!  :D

Happy Hacking and Have Fun!!!  Be Happy and Make Other People Happy!!!  <3
<3  <3

Ceci, from Brazil
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