[KwartzLab] surviving the zombie apocalypse
bevan.lantz at gmail.com
Sat Jun 23 09:56:25 EDT 2012
It's good to be prepared
On 2012-06-23, at 8:42 AM, doug moen <doug at moens.org> wrote:
> #cdn-hackerspaces has now discussed the question: what can Canadian
> hackerspaces do to survive the zombie apocalypse? I know this comes up
> in Kwartzlab planning discussions.
> HubCityLabs.org in Moncton has started on a zombie incident map.
> OhmBase.org in Thunder Bay is loosely affiliated with a chapter of
> ZASTA, the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Training Association. ZASTA runs
> survival training workshops and special events on a variety of
> subjects. You attend them to earn points and "level up", so that you
> aren't stuck at level one, "zombie bait", when the apocalypse comes.
> And Simon Clark at DIYode.com in Guelph has proposed creating an
> historical exhibit titled ‘Tools of the Zombie Apocalypse: How Makers
> Saved The World‘. It would feature a number of functional
> battle-scarred artifacts from the great zombie war, items made from
> the scavenged bones of a failed civilization, and would showcase the
> ingenuity-under-fire of a small group of geek survivors. On a more
> practical scale, it would underscore the importance of maintaining DIY
> skills in a culture that is turning its back on them.
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