If you’ve got light on in your office or workspace at Nebula, or if you’re phone’s charging smoothly while plugged into the wall, you can thank the efforts of Mark Pannebecker, the co-working facility’s electrician and that of South Side Spaces, generally. A resident of the Cherokee neighborhood, Pannebecker’s been
Sarah Berkowitz runs Do314.com, an online events calendar that’s tied into a national network of such sites, DoStuff Media. As a mission, Do314 ties St. Louisans into what’s happening around town, frequently offering giveaways and chances to win tickets to the best stuff happening that week/month. And, every-now-and-again, the site’s
Over the past decade, ukuleles have enjoyed a renaissance, of sorts. It’s not unusual to find them in a variety of live and recordings experiences anymore. And folks that have experience with other stringed instruments are usually quick to pick up some skills on ukes. Adria Nicole, however, enjoys teaching
Morgan Keenan has one of the smaller offices in the Nebula complex, but that’s fine by him, as much of his workday is spent in schools throughout the region. Working with the Missouri GSA Network, his role does involve some office work at Nebula, but it’s interspersed with large stretches
Matt Zahnweh introduces his business, Smilebooth, this way: “We’re an event activation company. Which is a fancy term for a photobooth.” Smilebooth photobooths, though, aren’t your average photobooth. They’re souped-up and ready to tackle the needs of a social media world in which people want to walk away with the
Congratulations to Brevity, a digital design and branding agency, on their one year anniversary at Nebula. Founders Andrew Blackwell and Ben Gathard moved into a two-person office at the beginning of April 2014. Working nights and weekends, they were able to finally make the leap to full-time on June 16th, 2014.
What do an auto mechanic and a theater tech have in common? In the case of Griffin 3D, the answer is “imagination technology”. Griffin 3D is the first 3D printing company in St. Louis, and its founders, Doug Muncy and Scott Rocca, are dedicated to spreading awareness of 3D printing’s
Nebula Member and security technology expert Michael Toecker was featured in a recent article in ThreatPost, a top online news source for security related topics. Read the full article here: http://threatpost.com/badusb-vulnerabilities-live-in-ics-gear-too/111142.
The guys at Love Lion Studio, longtime Nebula members and skilled web designers, have just launched a new and updated version of their website: http://lovelionstudio.com. And just as one would expect from this very talented team, it is both beautiful and functional. This relaunch coincides with the recent additions to
Michael Toecker, Nebula member and PE of Context Industrial Security will be a panelist at the upcoming January 27th Infragard Meeting. InfraGard is a non-profit organization serving as a public-private partnership between security based businesses and the FBI. The panel, entitled “Securing Critical Infrastructure,” is intended to discuss the consequences