Subject to interpretation: A Maker’s Notebook tale

Subject to interpretation: A Maker’s Notebook tale

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Jason writes in…

I thought you and the rest of the MAKE team might enjoy this story. I had been wanting one of your notebooks for quite some time, and I finally received one as a birthday gift from my wife back in October. She does not fully appreciate my fascination with your blog and is often amused by the eccentric project ideas I get from your website. As a result, she really does not know what the notebook is for or why I thought it would be so cool to have one. Last week, she came out into the kitchen, took me by the hand, and led me to the place where I was last using the book. When we arrived at our destination, she pointed to the notebook and said: “I am pretty sure that is NOT what they meant by ‘Maker’s Notebook’.” Priceless.

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