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Hello!  I'm a huge fan of Noisebridge and would like to support it and to come by with a few friends for bug-fixing sessions, maybe host a meeting or two on DIY approaches to assistive tech.  I've lived in co-ops and co-housing for years and also am involved with feminist science fiction fan culture (both of those things running off self-organization and consensus processes). I do a lot of blog & wiki support for people and organizations, code a little in python, php, and perl, and am fond of awk (the great and terrible).  
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Hello!  I'm a huge fan of Noisebridge and would like to support it and to come by with a few friends for bug-fixing sessions, maybe host a meeting or two on DIY approaches to assistive tech.  I've lived in co-ops and co-housing for years and also am involved with feminist science fiction fan culture (both of those things running off self-organization and consensus processes). I do a lot of blog & wiki support for people and organizations, code a little in python, php, and perl, and am fond of awk (the great and terrible). I have a small press and a long history of making zines and handmade books.
  
  
 
Liz<br>
 
Liz<br>
http://liz-henry.blogspot.com<br>
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http://bookmaniac.org<br>
liz@bookmaniac.net<br>
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liz@bookmaniac.org<br>

Revision as of 13:15, 28 December 2010

Hello! I'm a huge fan of Noisebridge and would like to support it and to come by with a few friends for bug-fixing sessions, maybe host a meeting or two on DIY approaches to assistive tech. I've lived in co-ops and co-housing for years and also am involved with feminist science fiction fan culture (both of those things running off self-organization and consensus processes). I do a lot of blog & wiki support for people and organizations, code a little in python, php, and perl, and am fond of awk (the great and terrible). I have a small press and a long history of making zines and handmade books.


Liz
http://bookmaniac.org
liz@bookmaniac.org

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