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"Tire toi une bûche" with the Login Log

Date & time
Tuesday, May 2, 2023
2:30 p.m. – 4 p.m.

Registration is closed


This event is free



J.W. McConnell Building
1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W.

Wheel chair accessible


Come hang out with The Login Log, check out all its amazing useless features, and meet the people who designed them!

For the past 18 months, The Login Log has been traveling around Montreal, visiting creative communities, sharing its many useless features, and inviting people to add more ridiculousness. What began as a bad pun, "Log in to the Login Log," has evolved into much more (or less?). It became a log of failure and change, a social irritant, a technical marvel, and most of all an opportunity for this researcher to make new friends in his new home.

Join us to "tire toi une bûche," or "pull up a log" as they say; to meet other people who have worked on the log, explore its features, and reflect on what the experience has meant to you.

If you haven't met The Login Log before, that's great too, we welcome a fresh perspective!

How can you participate? Join us in person by registering on the Eventbrite or online by registering for the Zoom Meeting or watching live on YouTube. 

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Don Undeen

Don Undeen (UF Computer Science 2003 ) was the Founding Manager of the Maker Hub at Georgetown University, and Adjunct Professor of creative technology courses in Georgetown's Communications, Culture, and Technology graduate program. Prior to his work at Georgetown, Don was the founder and Senior Manager of the Media Lab at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, an incubator for experiments at the intersection of art, technology, and the museum experience. A lifelong lover of creative technology and the communities that practice it, Don has consulted with businesses, non-profits, museums, governments, and religious institutions around the world, helping complex organizations develop spaces for innovation.

Don is currently pursuing a master's degree in Design from Concordia University in Montreal, with a focus on makerspaces, speculative design, and sociability.

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