Bilal, Jordan and crew of the Two Hands Project came to film in the Test Kitchen at Bug Labs. They're making a hackumentary of hackerspaces. Flying all over from hackerspace to hackerspace using JetBlue's fly-all-u-can-for-$500-in-a-month. Little did JetBlue know, these guys would take it as a challenge to visit as many hackerspaces in one month and document the entire thing. Naturally, they stopped by Bug to check out our Test Kitchen. Bilal was increadible at coming up with ways that BUG, in its modularity, was like hackerspaces. The Two Hands Project exemplified why it is important that the Test Kitchen exsist in our office: energy and creativity were running wild!
Peter also talked to them about the creation and sustainability of a company with an open source product. Until the gorilla showed up.... you'll have to wait for the hackumentary to see that part though.
It's an amazing new age we enter with the advent of the open source hardware movement (in computing). It's going to be huge. It's so exciting to be on the forefront of this new horizon. We want to thank the Two Hands Project for making this ever important documentary. And it's a good thing we've all got two hands to make things with.