In July we welcomed our Recovery Corps interns for the beginning of a 6-week intense internship – and it pays off, as exemplified by one of our interns also providing content for one of our most popular tweets of the month!
What we're reading about:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) July 15, 2021
"National Library signs 'historic' agreement to donate 600,000 books to online archive"
Congrats to @NLNZ & @internetarchive on this agreement - it is a "great outcome" indeed!
READ:https://t.co/IALHe6sgeJ#librarylife #NewZealand #archive pic.twitter.com/qFR89iSbCf
The Internet Archive strikes again — this time with their initiative to partner with New Zealand (as in, the country) to donate/digitize 600,000 books!
Coming in under the wire on July 28 but excelling to 2nd top tweet of the month is the excellent service charts.css – it’s charts, but with CSS!
What we're looking at:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) July 28, 2021
"Charts.css is a modern CSS framework. It uses CSS utility classes to style HTML elements as charts."
MORE:https://t.co/PSe7LszbFa#chart #charts #CSS #HTML #GitHub #dataviz #datavisualization #sourcecode #opensource pic.twitter.com/qC1F6EfzcM
What we're reading:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) July 27, 2021
"Startup Claims Breakthrough in Long-Duration Batteries" by @WSJ #BreakthroughTech for "cheaply storing large amounts of electricity to power grids when the sun isn’t shining and wind isn’t blowing."
READ:https://t.co/K3mUsrAeBS#batterytwitter #battery pic.twitter.com/dF2pBc5NLN
Rad article about battery technology – this could easily be required reading in the near-future.
There’s Michael! He and his custom G-code trinket are our 4th top tweet of July 2021 – way to go Mike!
#CUNYRecoveryCorps intern and #makerspace staff Michael F. created a multicolor trinket by editing the #gcode of a #3Dprint via the Cura menu Extensions -> Post Processing -> Modify G-Code. Rad!#QCmakers #3Dprinting #ultimaker #UltimakerS3 #Cura #slicer https://t.co/ko10hLKbQ1 pic.twitter.com/UA1k7kmh7O— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) July 22, 2021
What we're reading:— QC Makerspace (@qcmakerspace) July 22, 2021
"The Reconstruction of Medieval German Cities with Large-Scale 3D Printed Models" is the #architecture interview & #3Dprinting article you're looking for.
READ:https://t.co/xq7QxkeKOM#Germany #3Dprint #3Dprinted #UrbanStudies #architecturelovers pic.twitter.com/EReTCEEoJy
You haven’t seen or read about a 3D-printed cityscape until you’ve seen and read about a German medieval cityscape!