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The Hackerspace phenomena is taking over the world: there are now over 1000 Hackerspaces - places where all kinds of hackers co-work - around the globe.
They are a lot of fun to visit; hackers know that they can find a corner of the hacker community in any town they travel to when visiting a Hackerspace. And we all know it's neat to look over your regular passport to see all the stamps showing where you've traveled. Having a Hackerspace Passport makes visiting different Hackerspaces fun when you start collecting global Hackerspace stamps (or stickers).
The Hackerspace Passport ($2.95) is tough and features silver embossing, and is intended to last a lifetime.
Recommended further reading about Hackerspaces in How To Start A Hackerspace.
Quickjump to individual pages:
- RFiD Blocking Passport Wallet
- Teensy++ (AT90USB1286 USB dev board) + header Kit
- Emergency Lock-Pick Card
- NeTV WiFi Internet and Android HDTV peripheral
- For router hackers: the USB to TTL Console Cable and Raspberry Pi
- Hackerspace Passport
- MaKey MaKey
- Hackerscout Badges
- Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer
- For your littlest hackers: Ladyada's E is For Electronics coloring book
- And don't forget Mitch Altman's TV-B-Gone Kit - Universal
Main page with sale information: Ladyada's Hacker Gift Guide