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Maker Faire – Do-It-Yourself @ New York Times

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The NY Times has a front page blurb and huge story on Maker Faire! – Maker Faire – Do-It-Yourself – Make Magazine – New York Times.

SAN MATEO, Calif. — The muffins are rolling. The muffin cars, electric-powered vehicles built to resemble cupcakes, scoot around the open spaces of the San Mateo Event Center & Expo, a sprawling fairground about 20 miles south of San Francisco and, on this day, a million miles from normal.

Just inside the gates of the third annual Maker Faire, a converted fire engine belches an occasional explosive flare that sends a chest-pounding Pfoomp! throughout the fairground, startling bystanders over and over again. That contraption was made by folks from the Crucible, an industrial arts studio based in Oakland where people can take lessons in welding, blacksmithing and many, many other ways to play with heat and flame.

2 thoughts on “Maker Faire – Do-It-Yourself @ New York Times

  1. Wow, congratulations!! This year’s faire was awesome – it keeps getting better and better.

    I liked Dave Pescovitz’s modified slogan “I am making the future,” but would like to add “because somebody’s got to do it”

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