Friday, January 2, 2015

First meeting of 2015!

Happy new year! Boy, this Friday was sneaky. We'll see you at the Starbucks inside Barnes & Noble at Oak Park Mall, 5pm(ish) until whenever people get bored and leave.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

December 2014 KC2600 Meeting

Join us on Friday, December 5th at Starbucks in Barnes and Noble at Oak Park Mall. Official meeting time is 5:00 PM, but we're usually there until at least 7. See you Friday!

Monday, July 28, 2014

Sneaky August 1st meeting

Sometimes, The 1st Friday of the month is the 1st of the month. These have a way of sneaking up on us. We'll see you there at the usual time and place!

Saturday, June 7, 2014

June 2014 recap

Big turn-out last night! We had a little bit of a hardware swap session, geeked out about everything from Esperanto to the TrueCrypt debacle, then played with ham radio stuff in the parking lot afterward.
Here, Frogman is trying out a trackball on an android tablet while browsing, and it works great.

Frogman brought a $1 thrift store USB diskette drive for me, since my old one got "permanently borrowed" and I've been itching to pore through some old stuff.
We also had another old-timer show up after close to 15 years away. All in all, a great night. We're not really sure what's going on next month, as 2600 night falls on Independence Day. I wouldn't count on a productive meeting, but if you show up, maybe some others will be there. If I have nothing else going on, I might show.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

March 2014 meeting

We'll see you at the coffee shop in Barnes & Noble! Lots of interesting things to talk about this month. We'll see where the discussion takes us.

Friday, January 3, 2014

First meeting of 2014

Sorry for the tardiness of this post. The January 2014 meeting is still on. See you tonight!

Friday, December 6, 2013

December Goodies

What a great meeting! Last night, we found out that Emmanuel Goldstein talked about our adventures with mall cops on the most recent episode of 2600's Off The Hook. It came up in the last few minutes of the show. 

Tonight, Sam from London2600 showed up and facilitated a lightweight version of CryptoParty, and many of us signed one anothers' PGP keys. 
As always, a lot of other random topics came up, like Occupy, Open Source Ecology, ham radio and the differences between the way HSMM and Free Network Foundation meshes work.

Finally, most (not all) of us got together for a group shot.