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We have datas! Here are the top 10 articles read by MAKE subscribers over the last month or so from the latest volume MAKE 10. We’ll post these up every so often so you can pop in to your digital edition and see what’s getting read the most, or flip the pages in your atomic copy of MAKE. If you want to get MAKE with the free digital edition, subscribe here and use the code CMAKE for an additional $5 off (US only).

Make 977
The Brain Machine by Mitch Altman. Get altered states of consciousness with this microcontroller-driven sound and light device. Page 90 – Read.


Make 972
Your Electronics Workbench by Charles Platt. What you need to get started in hobby electronics. Page 58 – Read.


Make 974
Mortar Shells to Coffee Grounds (Made on Earth) by Amber Henshaw. Azmeraw Zeleke makes coffee machines from spent weapons. Page 20 – Read.


Make 978
The Biggest Little Chip. An introduction to the versatile 555 timer by Charles Platt. Page 64 – Read.


Make 976
Sound Effects (Made on Earth) by Megan Mansell Williams. Sound sculpturist Jeroen Diepenmaat has a bird that plays records. Page 18 – Read.


Make 979
Eight-Step Program (Made on Earth) by David Battino. An 8×8-button USB controller that’s also a display, from the designers and musicians at Monome. Page 22 – Read.


Make 980
We’re All Alright (Welcome). MAKE’s managing editor Shawn Connally welcomes you to Volume 10: Home Electronics. Page 11 – Read.


Make 981
RoboHouse by Andrew Turner. Easy-to-implement home automation. Page 74 – Read.


Make 982
Nice Dice by Charles Platt. Build a pair of electronic random number generators. Page 68 – Read.


Make 983
Illuminated Circuits
(Art Work) by Douglas Repetto. Artists are using circuit design as both a functional and an expressive medium. Page 28 – Read.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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