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Stupid Shit No One Needs & Terrible Ideas Hackathon Toronto 2.0

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Digital Media Experience Lab - Ryerson

341 Yonge Street

Toronto, ON M5B 1S1

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COME LOOK AT SOME COMPLETE NONSENSE AND MAYBE, JUST MAYBE FIND YOUR COMPANY'S NEXT BIG STRONG COMPUTER CODEZ SORCERER NINJA


Technology. Since the Ancient Times it has only ever done objectively good stuff for everyone.


The Stupid Shit No One Needs & Terrible Ideas Hackathon Toronto: a hackathon dedicated to creating things that have absolutely no value. The weird Canadian cousin of stupidhackathon.com.


You can make whatever you want as long as it works and contributes nothing whatsoever to the world.


SUGGESTED CATEGORIES
singularity charities
gameified debt collection
clash of clans for medical bills
yo for healthcare
trello for immigration screening
the safe third country agreement
bluetooth leakers
wireless dreadphones
bernie bronies
president zuckerberg
subscription community services
nutrition for the 1%
meal kits for the overworked
amazon but less humane
fyre festival
burning man
like, a VR uh but with AR uh yeah you know snapchat right
elon’s musk
a startup for podcasts about the podcast “startup”
JuiceDrone
juicers for jails
literally any thought that ever pops into peter thiel’s head
things that seem immoral, but actually are
anything made by a bunch of boring men who are ok at computers
a pencil that paul graham touched one time
one of paul graham’s burps that i trapped in a jar
gentrification but worse
a small sachet of dust that arrives but once a fortnight
coffee shops in affordable housing
espresso for food deserts
that nagging feeling in the moments before you fall asleep
new names for old nutritional supplements
a liberal arts education
clothes but with lights
suicide prevention chatbots
“experiences”
false flan operations
fake cake situations
scissors for sprinters
a car that goes vroom
deep learning uh something anything money now give the money please money into my handy-hands yum yum for me now
collaborating with dictators


Come with a team or meet new people to create a stupid, terrible idea that nobody needs! At the end of the day everyone will present their stupid terrible nonsense off at our Stupid Job Fair.


You can buy a ticket to participate in the hackathon and present your project OR if you'd just like to be very very very impressed, grab one to watch the presentations at the Stupid Job Fair. Bring your friends!


A hardware library with cameras, Arduinos, Cutting Edge "Electronic" Sensors, and more will be available for creating your stupid pointless garbage idea.


No tech expertise required! Bring us fresh eyes unsullied by the Status Quo. Bring us your fearless, innovative hearts and paradigm-bludgeoning minds. We need progammers, designers, comedians, videographers, artists, thought leaders, ideationists, neolibertarian techno-utopian oversimplifiers, the REAL HEROES, and YOU!


SCHEDULE

10am-10 30am: Team creation and coffee

*WE FEED YOU BREAKFAST AND LUNCH*

10am-7pm: Hacking, building, filming creating your stupid shit

7pm-10pm: Stupid Job Fair: Presentations, beers & snacks in the Launch Zone


Interested in volunteering to help make this happen? FIll this out! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1TtT5F95Jnx3NTtcEFqGOfv3WyIhegZol3PX5bc8eEe8/edit?usp=drive_web


(We encourage all Stupid Ideas as long as they are not homophobic, transphobic, racist, ablest, misogynistic, or harmful perpetuation of stereotypes)

stupidhacktoronto.com

twitter.com/stupidhackto


This event is a collaboration of Little Dada and members of Adventure Box Collective (Nadine Lessio, Lindy Wilkins, Alex Leitch, Zak Kain, Jon Griemen, Josh McLain)
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Digital Media Experience Lab - Ryerson

341 Yonge Street

Toronto, ON M5B 1S1

Canada

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