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Monday, October 20, 2014
Thanks to everyone who made it to the warm, cosy, October book club meeting. Great to be back to the tea and biscuits model. Due to popular demand (and scheduling conflicts) we’ve decided to move the meetings to the second-Friday of every month. The next meeting is Friday, 14th November, at 19:30.
The book chosen is one that swept the awards this year, ‘Ancillary Justice’ by Ann Leckie.
The novel follows Breq — the sole survivor of a starship destroyed by treachery, and the vessel of that ship’s artificial consciousness — as she attempts to avenge herself on the ruler of her civilization.
New members, both tog-members and non-members, are welcome! Just bring a sacrificial snack See you next month!
Friday, October 17, 2014
As halloween is drawing near, Tog will be holding an electro luminescent wire workshop this Saturday 18th October from 2pm until 5pm . This is a great way to add a glowing element to any costume or accessory.
For €20 you will receive two metres of precut el wire, colour can be picked and paid for on the day. Along with this there is the portable power pack, batteries included. The power back can be set to flash the el wire, turn on and off. Guidance in soldering el wire and appending to garments on the day. The 2 meter lengths come presoldered so soldering is not neccessary unless you need to attach several wires together. For this reason it’s over 18s only. Bring any clothing or wearables you may need to work with on the day. More el wire can be purchased if required. No pre booking required.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
And we are laughing
Friday, October 10, 2014
Thanks to RUA RED for hosting an excellent event!
Sunday, September 28, 2014
We are teaming up with Intel, Coder Dojo Girls and Coder Dojo DCU to bring about a special event for the International Day of the Girl on October 11. A day long hackathon style to give an introduction to the Galileo board. The participants will learn basics of coding an embedded environment and get hand an experience with hardware. The second half of the day will focus on creating electronic fashion wearable technology and funky robots.
For more information and booking visit the event page.