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Four Years of Making


Dear beloved MAKE readers, Today is my last day as Senior Video Producer for MAKE. The past four years have undoubtedly been the best times of my life so far. I'm immensely thankful to have been a part of such a dedicated, talented team-- they're like family to me. While... Read more »

Make Whirly Brushbots from Toothbrushes


Using little more than a vibrating motor and the snipped-off head of a toothbrush, you can make these colorful and fun brushbots. Check out the Make: Project to learn how to do this quick and fun project. You can buy the kit in the Maker Shed, and learn how to... Read more »

Squishy Circuits – Sylvia’s Mini Maker Show

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By Super Awesome Sylvia and her dad, James Are you curious about experimenting with electronics, but the fear of electric shock or soldering iron burns keep you away? Why not try squishy circuits!  With a special recipe of food-safe, kitchen-made, pliable dough developed at the University of St. Thomas, kids... Read more »

Make: Live 1/11/12 (video)


Last night’s Make: Live marks our season two premiere, and we peeked at projects from the new MAKE Volume 29, learned about an innovative dog toy, and hung out together live in the chat. We’re trying something new with the archive: you can view the entire show in the Make:... Read more »

MAKE Volume 29: DIY Superhuman

We have the technology (to quote The Six Million Dollar Man), but commercial tools for exploring, assisting, and augmenting our bodies really can approach a price tag of $6 million. Medical and assistive tech manufacturers must pay not just for R&D, but for expensive clinical trials, regulatory compliance, and liability... Read more »