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Peter Lynn’s vision for the future hangs from a string.
DIYers team up to create cool rooms for disabled kids.
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Sensebridge is a maker of electronic kits geared toward personal hacking. It was started by a group of friends at...
Chicago-based artist Michael Dinges’ work is reminiscent of scrimshaw and trench art. For the uninitiated, scrimshaw began in the 18th...
A few years later, the Neutrinos drifted into Port Isabel, Texas where a 19 year-old college dropout named Constance Hockaday...
Jay Baldwin has designed and built a prototype for a collapsible camper top that transforms a standard-sized pickup truck into...
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