We here at Hackerspace immensely appreciate our authors who take on the arduous task of hosting the open thread. It’s a fun thing that many people wish to do! However, since the open thread is shared to Lifehacker, we need to make sure it meets Lifehacker, as well as Hackerspace, standards.
Hey Hackerspacers! There’s a small change coming to reader-run communities around here, including Hackerspace: Sometime this week, Hackerspace will be decoupled from the Lifehacker.com domain.
Last week marked one year since I took 'ownership' of the newly minted Hackerspace blog. While technically designated 'owner,' that title truly belongs to the LH commenters that frequent the site and make it what it is. It has been a fun year filled with many fun articles, open threads, projects, and conversations.…
With recent additions to the community, I thought I’d spend a little time with a refreshing our blog’s tutorial so we can have one spot to point newcomers. I’ll lay out what we are, how to operate things, what the general community is like, etc.
Are you following us on Twitter - if not you should be!
Huge, earth-shattering news! Last night we switched over to the new Kinja design! Exciting, right?
This is a friendly reminder that Hackerspace is here and is more than just a spot to share ideas in our open threads. We've given a big chunk of Lifehacker commenters authorship capabilities and our rolls are growing all the time. We'd love for you to take advantage of them to post your own features, discussions, and…
Go on, you know you want to! Our Hackerspace Twitter following has exploded in recent months and at the time of publishing we have 698 followers! Which considering we have only been active on there since May 17th is really quite impressive!
Hackerspace is a place for life hackers to gather and share their favorite tips.
We love republishing a good tip, specifically when it comes straight from you, our readers and commenters. If you'd like to take your commenting to the next level and write a full-fledged Lifehacker post, here are some guidelines to help you out.
We all love Lifehacker. And now there's a new outlet for the commenters called Hackerspace. While only approved users can post directly to the site, everyone can contribute via comments (enough of a comment base and you may just get promoted to full author). Hop aboard as we launch this rocket!
Finally! A Hackerspace Style Guide to answer all of those nagging questions you have!
The [Private] Author forum is now up and running, it is a place to:
I thought it would be a good idea to have a place for admins to be able to discuss admin-y type things without cluttering up the blog.
As we've mentioned before, we have an awesome new, soon-to-be-user-run blog called Hackerspace. You've probably been wondering how you can contribute your favorite tips, tricks, and how-to guides to it. Wonder no more! Here's how you can become an author.
Hey Everyone! I noticed a few people are having trouble tagging things correctly in Kinja. We should make this easier in the future, but for now, here's everything you need to know.
This is Lifehacker's new offshoot blog, Hackerspace. Well, really, it's your blog. This is a place where you guys can come share your favorite tips, write your own how-to guides, and otherwise hack the night away.