A handy compendium of all our favorite (free!) Edison resources.

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We built a mirror using the Intel Edison, an LCD, and a gesture sensor.

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It's a big week at SparkFun. Let's start this thing off right.

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A whole new line of BLE Internet of Things products are ripe for the picking!

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It always starts the same; I get an amazing new device or technology dumped in my lap. Then sets in the reality of doing my job.

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Some surprising findings about a recent product release

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Let's check out some stats about recent tutorial usage

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If you were at SXSW last year you should recognize this new SparkFun Original!

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The open-source Ball Aerospace Interface System

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Reagan talks about making the CubeRinth Maximus for Two Bit Circus.

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We updated Sparkle and it slowed some things down. We're hoping that it will speed things up moving forward!

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littleBits and an MP3 Trigger – all kinds of fun to be had!

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An overview of Espressif's sequel to the ESP8266 - a new WiFi/Bluetooth-enabled system-on-chip, with a massive GPIO count.

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This is what it looks like when 140 people count over 7 million products in one day.

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It's Inventory Day for us, but don't worry, we still have some new products for you!

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A peek behind the scenes of a popular escape room, and into the electronics powering the mystery.

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