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xCubicle News

We had our first Meetup this past Monday and it was an awesome experience! We had two flying robots in the house but too bad no flying happened while the meetup was in session. Sameer, the organizer is having his first flying robots demo day on Saturday, July 14, 2012. Feel free to join the fun. You can find the pretty flying robots on our Facebook page. Watch the TED video to get an idea of what these things can do!!
These piranha plants are the hottest thing that hit this neighborhood. Ok, maybe that's a bit of an exaggeration, I still love my donuts from Doughnut Plant. Thanks to our friend Debra, who handmade the piranha plants and our neighbor Joy from Joy's Flowers and Gifts who provided the planting pots, the moss and pebbles to make it look uber attractive =).
We've been in the Lower East Side for over four years now and the community that we've been in has helped us this far. We want to give back by providing small business owners in our community an opportunity to share their skills and knowledge by providing a space for them to do so. We've asked Lucky Ant to help us achieve this by turning XCUBICLE into a classroom after store hours. We want to bring our community together to share, learn and continue building our community. This space is a meeting ground for everyone who shares the concept of community and the importance of it. Our new space is a bridge to bring in new talent, knowledge and skills from all over into this one place. We're a pond that loves ripple affects. Please help spread the word and check out our project on Lucky Ant.

We grew out of the cubicle and now we're next door. Come by and say hi. Don't be fooled by the "Spring Sign", we didn't change our business entirely, we just moved. Bowery Boogie wrote a short article on us. "25 Essex offers a much larger footprint for repair work, and allows the company to dabble in Skillshare classes for photography and electronics." - Bower Boogie

For all of you guys that haven't seen or heard about this new technology in the works by Google, they recently uploaded a video showing a vision for their new project entitled "Project Glass". They plan to integrate a variety of things into a pair of glasses, much of which you would find on a cellphone such as maps, camera, text messaging and many other useful features. It will be interesting to see how they progress on this technology through the years.

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Roo presents а retrospective on thе history of thе video Role-Playing Game - running frоm tabletop wargames up through Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy - аnd discusses thеir impact on the genre aѕ a whole. Learn аbout the major players - including Gygax, Garriott, Woodhead, Horii, Sakaguchi - аnd hоw thеіr efforts led to the 16-bit RPG renaissance.
In honor of the 25th anniversary of thе Legend оf Zelda, Roo tackles perhapѕ the rarest set оf Zelda games out thеre (and no, thе CD-i оneѕ dоn't count - ever). Released оn thе Nintendo Satellaview in thе 90's аnd broadcast vіa satellite, BS Legend оf Zelda & BS Zelda: Ancient Stone Tablets werе big hits іn Japan... but are thеy worth а look today? Find оut in thіs episode, аlong wіth a retrospective оf thе Satellaview system thrown іn at no extra charge!

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