Technology: Why "Easy" is a Myth

June 10, 2015 | Dawn

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Join us for the first of two fascinating talks on technology, part of our new
Innovator-in-Residence program.
 
Technology: Success and Failures (or why I don’t like the word easy)
 
Nadine LessioEver have something that didn’t work out? Or a surprise challenge that you weren’t expecting from a project? Ever been standing in the middle of a pile of pipes with some instructions thinking: “I don’t get it, this was supposed to be easy.” Or that moment when things worked out and you want to high five the world? I’m sure you have. Come by, pull up  a seat and listen to some anecdotes about projects that worked, projects that didn’t, and why easy is a myth. 
 
Friday, June 12, 2015 
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Toronto Reference Library 
Hinton Learning Theatre, 3rd floor
 
Speaker Nadine Lessio is a creative technologist based in Toronto Ontario. She has a background in graphic design, development, and DIY Fabrication. She currently spends her time experimenting with physical interfaces and constantly adjusting her bike’s front derailleur. 
 
 
 
The Innovator in Residence program offers a fun and hands-on way to learn about the technology offered at the library's Digital Innovation Hubs. Our current Innovator-in-Residence is Toronto maker and artist Lindy Wilkins. Lindy is hosting a series of lectures and conducting workshops and one-on-one appointments on coding with Arduino.
 
For more information and to register for workshops, visit tpl.ca/iir
 
And read more:
 
30 Arduino projects for the evil genius Arduino Robot Bonanza Sams teach yourself Arduino programming in 24 hours

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