[Noisebridge-discuss] Consciousness Hacking is Back!

kjs bfb at riseup.net
Sat Aug 1 20:03:42 UTC 2015

Hi Mikey, 

I helped facilitate consciousness hacking at Noisebridge in the past. I'm happy to assist CoHack sessions so long as they are free and open to the public. Mission Go Club has been gathering on and off in the hackatorium on Thursday nights for the last couple months. I don't see this as a conflict, as they very cool and quite amorphous. I'll check in with them either way. 


On July 31, 2015 4:26:44 PM PDT, Mikey Siegel <mikeysiegel at gmail.com> wrote:
>Cool!  Thanks Torrie!
>We added our event:
>And we'd LOVE to find someone that was open to informally sponsoring
>us, or
>helping us get rolling in the space.  This was so helpful when I did my
>events last year, but I believe my sponsors have since moved along...
>(Including Arjun who is co-organizing)
>On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 1:27 AM, Torrie Fischer
><tdfischer at hackerbots.net>
>> Heya, Mikey.
>> We've got a howto for having events at noisebridge, if you haven't
>read it
>> already:
>> https://noisebridge.net/wiki/Hosting_an_Event
>> This sounds pretty cool. I don't see anything conflicting on the
>> but
>> I'm best verified by a second party :)
>> You should bring it to a Tuesday and share it! I do know that the
>> meets on Wednesdays for EEG research and other neuroscience
>> Maybe
>> talk with them too?
>> On Thursday, July 30, 2015 08:53:50 PM Mikey Siegel wrote:
>> > Hey Everyone!
>> >
>> > Not sure if you all remember the Consciousness Hacking meetups
>> > <http://www.meetup.com/Consciousness-Hacking-San-Francisco/> that
>> > being held monthly a while back at NB.  We're starting a little
>> > called Consciousness Hack Sessions or CoHack Sessions which will be
>> > dedicated to hands-on collaboration and development of new tech for
>> > emotional, psychological and spiritual wellbeing.  The plan is to
>have a
>> > combination of skill shares, and group work sessions.
>> >
>> > We'd love to try our first session *Thursday the 13th at 6:30pm*. 
>I know
>> > that times is a bit busy?  Will there be space for 25 people in the
>> > area?  After that we'd hone in on a more regular meeting time with
>> > overlap.
>> >
>> > Would love to hear any thoughts.
>> >
>> > --Mikey

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