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Mark Frauenfelder

Mark Frauenfelder

Mark Frauenfelder is the editor-in-chief of Make magazine, and the founder of the popular Boing Boing blog.

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Phil Torrone of Adafruit sent me a bag full of maker skill patches. When my 9-year-old daughter came home from school today, her eyes popped out like a Tex Avery wolf. I told her she could have them all, but she has to earn them! I’ll work with her to... Read more »


Our maker this week is Matthew Borgatti. Matthew makes so many things it's hard to even begin to describe what he does: musical instruments, jewelry, folded paper creations, passports to hackerspaces, and on and on. This was a really great interview, and I'm sure you are going to enjoy it. Read more »

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A robotic espresso machine that lets you place an order via text message. Read more »


Our friend Daniel Gentleman went to the Parallax Robotics and Microcontrollers Expo in April, and he wrote the following trip report for us. Read more »

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I was interviewed on Nevada NPR affiliate KNPR yesterday along with three other makers (including Keiko Tabeb, founder and designer of Asanoha Love baby carriers, shown above) for a one hour program called “Tinker, Tailor, Maker, DIY: The Make-It-Yourself Movement.” You can listen to an MP3 of the show here. Read more »


If Samuel Goss, the inventor of this musical bicycle from 1899, could have traveled forward in time he would have fit right in at Maker Faire! My invention relates to bicycles, and has for its object to provide a combined bicycle and musical instrument whereby the rider when so disposed... Read more »


Our maker this week is Mike Riley. He's the author of a new book called Programming Your Home: Automate with Arduino, Android, and Your Computer. Read more »


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