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One of TIME’s buzz words for 2008 was “staycation” staying at home for vacation because things are expensive, that sounds like a bad thing, but it’s really not. You can use that time to make something, you’ll probably enjoy it more too! As things wind down here at MAKE for... Read more »

Dave Prochnow writes on PopSci: Every AVR programmer worth her weight in ATmegas knows about the AVR Butterfly–a ridiculously low cost ATmega169 demonstration and evaluation kit. Lamenting the lack of such a kit for the ATmega168 drove me to design my own demo/eval kit for the Arduino microcontroller family. This... Read more »

Keith our copy chief sent around a Make: television fact sheet so I figured I’d post it up here too… SHOW DESCRIPTION Make: is the DIY series for a new generation! It celebrates “Makers” – the inventors, artists, geeks and just plain everyday folks who mix new and old technology... Read more »

”Colony” is an interactive, multi-player performance art project by Australian artist Troy Innocent. The project employs a freely downloadable iPhone app (“Colony” from the App Store) that allows up to 30 people to contribute to a shared sound environment by playing a number of networked totems in the physical location.... Read more »

”Colony” is an interactive, multi-player performance art project by Australian artist Troy Innocent. The project employs a freely downloadable iPhone app (“Colony” from the App Store) that allows up to 30 people to contribute to a shared sound environment by playing a number of networked totems in the physical location.... Read more »

VHS era is winding down – Los Angeles Times… The last big supplier of the tapes is ditching the format, ending the long fade-out of a product that ushered in the home theater. Pop culture is finally hitting the eject button on the VHS tape, the once-ubiquitous home-video format that... Read more »

Jake made this funky-cool workshop phone by uncasing a classic Bell System wallphone and refinishing and remounting the parts. As he points out, if you do a phone like this, you’d likely want to cover the terminal block for safety purposes. Workshop Telephone Read more »

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