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to the future. Such paradoxes have been on my mind quite a bit lately as metaLAB strives to devise interesting, low cost solutions to the problem of inserting digitally-based curatorial work into the physical realm. Our favorite solution, thus far, involves the use of networked thermal receipt printers and this Friday July 29 we are holding our first hackathon with a bunch of thermal receipt printers and a library that makes printing everything from images to text to QR codes simple as pie. The hackathon will include an introduction to Processing, a programming language built for the electronic arts and visual design communities, as well as quick hardware tips for working with the printers themselves. Our Open Lab event will follow at 7 pm. Hope to see you there.