Don't just code...HACK!
We are a group of educators, technology developers, artists, and video game enthusiasts that were brought together by a common interest: Hacking. Not the kind popularized by fictional media narratives or inflammatory news culture — but the Hacking that is done by everyday people. It is a teacher using spice racks to organize school supplies for kids, a mother arranging a carpool group to get to work, a grandfather finding out what art stores accept double coupons, and a student building a custom controller for a video game so her brother with restricted mobility can play too. We are firm believers that, at its core, Hacking is about critical thinking, innovation, and leadership. Hackers look at the world around them and choose to make technology work for all people.