Mark Zuckerberg astounded the world with is amazing social media website, David Karp and staff created a blog site where anything goes, Larry Page and Sergey Bin created Google which still stands to shock us all with it's immense searching power, and now it is your turn to create the next "Goliath" of the internet!
Louisville citizens are calling for a quicker implementation of body cameras on their local police force.
Technology has allowed for a new group of independent creators in Louisville and they are ready to share their process and enjoyment with you!
Here are 5 events you can't miss at IdeaFestival
These dudes are improving the business landscape one bitcoin transaction at a time.
Drone and quadcopter enthusiasts now have a place to meet and discuss their interests. LVL1, inc, a local maker space is hosting monthly meetups for anyone interested in quadcopters, drones, helicopters, boats and other items that are remote controlled. The meetings are a result of the high interest level of their first annual quadcopter battle (pics included).
A "Makership" is a residency grant, giving the recipient access to a warehouse full of hefty equipment and tools to help them with their creative and technological projects.
With all the hub bub about Amazon using drones to deliver goods in thirty minutes or less one day, it seems the perfect time to announce Louisville's first ever Quadcopter battle.
The Louisville Library has joined Team Treehouse to bring you interactive online courses on how to build a website, start a business, learn to code, and even build iOS and Android applications.
Louisville showed off a bit of creative genius at the first annual Mini Maker Faire during Nulu Fest. Robots, games, rides and activities kept visitors busy and inspired throughout the day.
These $18 workshops offer a fun and engaging way to spend a Saturday with your kids. Watch their confidence grow as they build working electronics themselves.
Stimulate your children's mind, introduce them to technology and build their confidence with these six DIY Maker workshops that incorporate creativity and technology.
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