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Make: television Season One has come and gone. But in case you missed it, we’ll be rolling out the ten episodes of our premiere season again.Episode Five, take two, bam: Tour the elegant and hypnotic motorized wave sculptures, created by visionary maker Reuben Margolin. In the Maker Workshop John Park... Read more »

Make: television Season One has come and gone. But in case you missed it, we’ll be rolling out the ten episodes of our premiere season again.Episide Four, take two, check it: Meet the Flaming Lotus Girls, a women-centric maker collaborative that creates gargantuan, fire-breathing sculptures. In the Workshop, John Park... Read more »

Make: television received a warm welcome from the folks at Seattlest.com last week. Thanks for the feedback about the episodes, we’re always interest in hearing people’s reaction. Here’s a snippet: Make debuts on Seattle TV this weekend. We’ve seen the first two episodes of the show (you can see some... Read more »

The first ever Make: Day was held two weeks ago at the Science Museum of Minnesota, and featured over 20 Makers, 3 musical acts, and tons of interested MAKE enthusiasts of all ages. The response to Make: Day has been fantastic, and we’re hoping Make: Day will become an annual... Read more »

Make: television Season One has come and gone. But in case you missed it, we’ll be rolling out the ten episodes of our premiere season again.Episode Three, take two, coming at you: Enter the alternative universe of Jake Von Slatt, a leading Steampunk Maker, who turns modern technology into Victorian... Read more »

John Baichtal, Geekdad contributor and Twin Cities maker, wrote a nice review of Make: Day over at the Wired Blog. Make: television is happy that so many families enjoyed this event, it turned out to be a great mix of fun for both adults AND kids! (link) We share John’s... Read more »

One aspect of Make: Outreach that we’re particularly excited about is the Project Pack. As those of you in the maker community know, MAKE magazine and Make: television celebrate the do-it-yourself approach towards technology, and events like Maker Faire and Make: Day present a means of engaging with others interested... Read more »

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