Moem

Moem was born at a very young age. She is a maker, a tinkerer and a hackerspace founder; she is also a very casual user of Linux and recently of Ubuntu Touch.


URLs for Moem

Other: https://hack42.nl/wiki/Gebruiker:Moem


Events for Moem

This was a lot of fun last year, so we're doing it again! In this workshop we'll be making a necklace with a magic gemstone as a pendant. It has an LED and a hidden battery. Light up your life and be the sparkling center of any party! We'll be working with epoxy resin to cast the gemstone, and the LED can be static, flickering or even RGB (rainbow).

  • If you have an interesting LED you want to use, please bring it!
  • No soldering experience is required.
  • Anyone 12+ … Read more

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This is a fun workshop for anyone who can safely work with hot glue and sharp knives! We will be making a striking yet simple optical illusion, that works very well: a portrait whose eyes seem to follow you from left to right, and back. Why not make a spooky lifelike portrait of Big Brother, your favourite philosopher or poet, Che Guevarra, Ada Lovelace or Greta Thunberg? Maybe you'd like to have a picture of your mother or father watching over you (and the cookie jar)? Now you can!

This is a talk for anyone who wants to know why you would want to use a mobile OS that is not Android or iOS, and what can happen if you decide to try your luck with Ubuntu Touch. It is the story of one casual user's experiences. It's aimed at low to intermediate levels of technical knowledge, meaning that even if you have never experimented with mobile OSses at all, just used them as a normal user, you will be able to understand it. If you are wondering whether you know enough to understand… Read more


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