[hackerspaces] hackerspaces on resumes

Sam Ley sam.ley at gmail.com
Tue Jan 24 23:01:49 CET 2012

I agree, it is unfortunate. ;)

It seems like everyone is proud of what they do, but disagree on how
"public" they should be about it, which leads into philosophical debates
about how much "what other people think" really matters, and whether
"practical concerns" should sometimes override your desire to be open, and
if you hide what you do so you can work for a big company with security
clearances are you really just "part of the problem" and so on. I'm sure
you could play out the entire thing in your mind, arguing both sides, until
you finally got the urge to make something or get drunk.

Or both. ;)


On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 2:57 PM, Al Jigong Billings
<albill at openbuddha.com>wrote:

> I wasn't aware that we have had conversations on this list about people
> being ashamed of what you do. If we have, that seems unfortunate.
> Al
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