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Intel Developer Forum is underway right now at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. At yesterday’s kickoff, it was clear that Intel sees a lot of potential in Edison, its brand new Linux-based system-on-module, which was originally announced at CES earlier this year. The board itself is small, a little... Read more »

Toyota's Kevin Hunter introduces the Urban Utility concept vehicle

If cars define our culture, this event could be an indication of where our culture is headed. Read more »


A few years ago I was at an Open Make at the Lawrence Hall of Science, and as I listened to Garratt Gallagher of what was then called Hacker Scouts (since renamed Curiosity Hacked), a slide popped up of something I’d been imagining in my own head for months: a map of the terrain... Read more »


Interested in CNC routing but clueless about tooling? Can’t tell an end mill from a drill bit? Don’t be intimidated by CNC routing. Take the first step into machining by gaining a solid understanding of subtractive tooling basics.   Read more »

Vincent applying "I FIXED IT" stickers to a visitor's arm cast.

Got broken stuff? Don't throw it away. Get in the mindset to fix it instead! Read more »

Escher's Waterfall

The chance to build two perpetual motion machines in just two weeks? Not every project on Kickstarter deserves your dollars. Read more »

The Iron Man of Maine at Maker Faire NY 2013.

Cosplay artist, maker, tinkerer, and inventor Thomas Lemieux (aka The Ironman of Maine) made a huge splash at World Maker Faire in New York last year. Not one to repeat himself, this year he's coming back with a Stark Industries twist on another pop culture icon. Read more »


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