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Hackerspace, makerspaces, coworking spaces.
Updated: May 15, 2013 Aaron F2
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In Los Angeles, there are several physical spaces that bring people together to share ideas and tools. These spaces can exist as non-profits where they exist for outreach and fun, or as platforms for art and higher education, or as for-profit businesses and startup incubators. In all instances, there is a technological component and, arguably, the possibility for positive change.

A few LA examples:
Null Space Labs
Crashspace
Deezmaker
Machine Project
The Public School
Indiedesk
io/LA
Coloft

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