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Maker Fellowship: First Quarter

Just doing their thing. Participants in the Maker Fellowship, made possible with a grant from the Georgia Technology Authority, spent the first quarter of their annual membership with focusing on individual projects of their choosing. Partnered with a mentor or members of, most of our Fellows took an idea and ventured into uncharted… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Email Industries

Scott Hardigree spends nearly everyday working out of, and has been since he joined back on Broad Street. With a knack for business and a jovial nature, Scott is an integral part of what makes a collaborative workspace, especially within our weekly Founder’s Circle. Scott took a minute to provide us some insight… Read More


MAKE Camp @

What is important?   Typically I craft the blog here for as a reporting of what has happened or what is coming up, stating some facts in a third-person fashion. We had twenty young people attend MAKE Camp this past week at and I feel more comfortable writing this blog from my perspective…. Read More


Meet Members

Meet Eric Harrison! He’s an ingenious fellow!   1: How did you come to be a member of In the second month of operation, Chris Williamson offered a Sumo Robot class. It was free to members, so I applied for membership to save myself $20. I’ve been a $100/month member since then and it… Read More

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Hack for Change & Hack Augusta Awards

Hackers do what?!?! Living in Augusta can be more awesome and participants in this year’s National Day of Civic Hacking at proved everyday folks can make that happen. There were four main projects developed during the event, which was also sponsored by Augusta Sash & Door and Rural Sourcing, Inc. Perry Levin noticed a need for… Read More


@ Hacker’s Snacks 6:1:15

Luckily there is no minimum age for being an entrepreneur. Hacker’s Snacks is setting up shop here at beginning this Co-Working Wednesday, June 3rd. It’s founder is Daniel Bustos, an 11 year old sibling of one of our MAKE Fellowship members. He approached about setting up a snack shop for a summer job, and as we were hungry at… Read More


Meet Members

Meet Austin New! He’s a positive fellow! 1: How did you come to be a member of I wandered into the old location from the street while looking for a place to eat. A hackathon on Meetup brought me back for some pizza and programming, and after a few more times like that I became… Read More

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@ Hack Augusta Awards

We’re gearing up for the National Day of Civic Hacking! There have been projects put forth by individuals and organizations in the last year that have complimented the scene, adding to the identity of Augusta. In essence, folks are hacking the city! Improving your space is a natural experience we can all have. Initiative and innovation… Read More


Entrepreneurship: Woodhams Electronics

Entrepreneurship is kickin’ at! Member Chase Woodhams recently graduated our Entrepreneur in Residence program and opened up an electronics store in Martinez. In a complete lack of bravado he named his store Woodhams Electronics, and he has a solid logo to boot. His new venture is being financed in part by an investment from Sand… Read More


This Week @ 5:18:15

Tuesday night is hopping here at! The MAKER Fellowship is entering it’s fourth week and we have 13 participants ranging from a student in the 4th grade up to professors at local colleges. Each member of this program, made possible by a grant from The Georgia Technology Authority, is receiving a year-long membership to… Read More

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