Tindie: “A Fun Store For People To Sell Their Hardware Creations”

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Tindie: “A Fun Store For People To Sell Their Hardware Creations”

Emile Petrone stopped by the Mini Maker Faire at OSCON and we chatted for quite a bit about his new project, tindie, which gives makers a place to sell all sorts of creations; they’ve got top-level categories for Arduino, 3D printing, Raspberry Pi, as well as kits, boards, shields, and sensors.

Just browsing around the site, I found all kinds of interesting stuff, including some interesting MSP430 kits. But I’m trying to figure out what I could do with a 2600F ultracapacitor. Be sure to check out Jason Huggins’ Angry Birds-playing robot kit, too.

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I'm a tinkerer and finally reached the point where I fix more things than I break. When I'm not tinkering, I'm probably editing a book for Maker Media.

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