Here’s the first episode of MAKE’s new podcast, Make: Talk! In each episode, I’ll interview one of the makers from the pages of the magazine.
We created Make: Talk because we wanted to find out about the people who write the how-to articles in MAKE. As you might guess, MAKE’s authors are often as interesting as the projects they build. In Make: Talk, you’ll find out why they make things, how they acquire skills, where they go for inspiration, and what’s on their workbenches.
Our maker this week is Steve Hoefer of Grathio Labs. Steve’s uniquely appealing projects in MAKE include the Dizzy Robot, the Secret Knock Gumball Machine (above). He also wrote a how-to article in MAKE Volume 29 about a device called the Tacit that allows you to feel objects at a distance. Steve is one of my favorite makers, and in this interview, you’ll find out why.
UPDATE: Steve says: “A few people have asked about the web sites I mentioned around the 20:00 point:”
Notcot is the “wallpaper of interesting things”
Hacked Gadgets is Alan Parekh’s excellent site (not, Adam, as I said in the interview).
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6 thoughts on “Make: Talk 001 – Steve Hoefer, Secret-Knock Gumball Machine”
I enjoyed this podcast very much! Steve Hoefer is someone I see on Google+ regularly.
Another maker I hope you schedule soon is Frits Lyneborg of LMR (Lets Make Robots). He has published here on Make as well and I like his work. Would be very interested in listening to an interview with him.
A few people have asked about the web sites I mentioned around the 20:00 point: (Here’s hoping all the links make it through the spam filter.)
http://www.notcot.org/ is the “wallpaper of interesting things”
http://hackedgadgets.com/ is Alan Parekh’s excellent site (not, Adam, as I said in the interview).
And of course http://blog.makezine.com/ and http://blog.craftzine.com/
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