Because your life will never look like a Pinterest board. Every wedding movie has a predictable montage. Let's take 27 Dresses, because I've seen it more than twice, and the nature of the film means they do the montage multiple times: We see Katherine Heigl trying on dresses for her friend, picking out the perfect tiered cake, sussing out the venue, and, eventually, holding the bride's dress while she pees.
Hackerspaces are comfortable: That's sort of their whole point. "We learn, share, and make things," declares one of the original hackerspaces, NYC Resistor. Equipped with tools like 3D printers and lasers, hackerspaces are collaborative environments that offer access to technologies that are often unavailable to everyday folks.
This article was originally published on May 6, 2014 but we think it still rocks! In between comedic shorts and music videos, Wesley Chan and Wong Fu Productions created A World Away , a short film that manages to construct and deconstruct an interplanetary relationship in seven minutes.