Getting the Most from Dry Herbs

Learning how to use herbs in cooking from Alex of French Guy Cooking.

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Maker Faire Atlanta Celebrates the Local Fluidity Between Schools, the Community, and Business

Everyone's a maker this upcoming weekend in downtown Atlanta as the community comes together for a Weekend of Making, which includes the seventh annual Maker Faire Atlanta, October 22 at the Georgia Freight Depot.

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Cast a Pixelated, Glowing Centipede Costume for Halloween

Follow Caleb's story as he, his sons, and his wife build an LED Centipede Halloween costume that was inspired by the movie "Pixels."

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Edible Innovations: Combining Bartenders, Robots, and Lots of Fun

For years, Ben Cowden has focused on creating cocktail mixing robots and incorporating CAD and digital tools into his metalworking practice.

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Drag-Race Power Tools, Build Tiny Dioramas, and Hang Out with Superheroes in Houston

This year's Houston Maker Faire takes place on October 21 and 22 at the George R. Brown Convention Center, which, up until just a month ago, served as an emergency shelter and relief center for thousands of hurricane victims.

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Maker Pro News: Canary in a Coal Mine, Cubibot, and More

An IoT home security outfit makes a blunder, two makerspaces recover in the wake of disaster, and digital fabrication machines go personal.

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Math Monday: A Base Beyond

Have you ever heard of sesquinary numbers?

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Open World: Wevolver’s Cameron Norris

Wevolver helps engineers share and collaborate on projects. They primarily operate out of the makerspaces seen in our Open World series.

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Math Monday: Ternary Time

Counting in ternary with marbles

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Welcome to the Maker Culture in Turkey

Istanbul's featured Maker Faire is sure to be a wonderful experience.

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Prank Your Friends with This Chirping, Blinking Throwie

This tiny circuit will annoy friends and family with its piezo buzzer that makes unwanted sounds, and an LED that will blink in the wee hours of the night.

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How to Age and Distress Wood

A few quick video primers on how to weather, age, and beat up wood for an antique look.

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Maker Spotlight: The Kratz-Gullickson Family

Jason, Jamie, and Liberty Kratz-Gullickson are a family of makers that each specialize in different fields.

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The Sublime Pleasures of the “Makecation”

Your humble author travels to his dining room table to indulge in his tabletop gaming obsession for ten days.

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Show Off Your Projects and Help Solve Problems on Maker Share

Maker Share exists to help makers tell their stories. It allows makers to share their ideas, successes, failures, and inspiration.

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Quick Tip: Use a Sticky Dash Mat to Hold Teardown Parts

These things are sold to hold your cell phone in the car, but they also work great for keeping parts (including plastic and other non-magnetic bits) organized when you're taking something apart.

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Open World: A Conversation with Will Holman of Open Works

Trained as an architect at Virginia Tech, Will Holman has gone on to work in several tech environments and found the Open Works makerspace.

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