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I really enjoyed looking at this Steampunk monitor mod shape up, from concept to fabrication. The plumbing-based swing-arm mechanism is particularly awesome. Antipodean Steampunk Adventures via BrassGoggles Read more »

Arduino is well suited for the task of sequencing an analog synth – even a sweet-sounding Buchla, as seen above. (Oh, and cats like it too!) [via Matrixsynth] Read more »

Show Me How: 500 Things You Should Know Derek Fagerstrom, Lauren Smith & the Show Me Team Collins Design, $24.95 I wanted to like this book more than I did. Don’t get me wrong, overall, it’s pretty darn cool. I’m a big fan of both creative information design and comics,... Read more »

It’s not too late to give the gift of making! MAKE Magazine has gift subscriptions and gift certificates to the Maker Shed store available with downloadable cards you can make yourself! MAKE Magazine is the first magazine devoted entirely to Do-It-Yourself (DIY) technology projects. MAKE Magazine unites, inspires, informs, and... Read more »

We are pleased to publish the first ever gift guide for the trebuchet and catapult maker! MAKE columnist William Gurstelle put together everything you need to get started making your own giant-flinger, or as they’re properly called… trebuchets and catapults! You might ask why we’re putting a guide like this... Read more »

Using a mixture of titanium dioxide, drywall plaster, aluminium powder and ground fluorite, Theo Grey of PopSci.com was able to smelt his own titanium, via a thermite reaction. The results are not pretty, and you probably don’t want to try this at home, but hey, DIY titanium! Yet I was... Read more »

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