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This week in the MAKE Flickr pool we saw…

Treasure Chest Synth - Front View

Treasure Chest Synth – Front View from Sharpie777.


.yes, that eye is glowing

.yes, that eye is glowing from Rifle Creek Studio.


Untitled Buddha Forest #4

Untitled Buddha Forest #4 from anczelowitz.


Weathering the Heavy Bolter

Weathering the Heavy Bolter from thorssoli.


LED Canlight in Action

LED Canlight in Action from Darren Landrum.


Commodore 1541 DVD-ROM drive: front

Commodore 1541 DVD-ROM drive: front from lungstruck.


Rhombic Dodecareuleaux Calendar 2013

Rhombic Dodecareuleaux Calendar 2013 from oschene.

Sean Michael Ragan

I am descended from 5,000 generations of tool-using primates. Also, I went to college and stuff. I write for MAKE, serve as Technical Editor for MAKE magazine, and develop original DIY content for Make: Projects.


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  1. kongorilla says:

    We need to invent a new word for the feeling one gets when they discover a project they shared on, say, Thingiverse (such as my “low poly mask”) gets used by someone else to make something totally unexpected (as seen in the photo, “.yes, that eye is glowing”). Now I see, looking on Thingiverse, that this project is a few steps down the sharing chain from mine. Yeah, a new word, mixing surprised/happy/proud parent and “how the heck?”

  2. [...] Today’s post marks the 170th MAKE Flickr pool weekly roundup. They’ve been running each weekend under that title, with very few interruptions, since February 2008, and have settled into a more-or-less regular format. Each Sunday we present seven pictures, in reverse-Letterman order, starting with the image that, for whatever reasons, is our favorite of those submitted during the preceding week. Generally, for the roundup, we choose pictures based on their aesthetics. [...]

  3. [...] Today’s post marks the 170th MAKE Flickr pool weekly roundup. They’ve been running each weekend under that title, with very few interruptions, since February 2008, and have settled into a more-or-less regular format. Each Sunday we present seven pictures, in reverse-Letterman order, starting with the image that, for whatever reasons, is our favorite of those submitted during the preceding week. Generally, for the roundup, we choose pictures based on their aesthetics. [...]

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