You know it; we know it. The days are getting a tiny bit shorter, and the mornings a tiny bit cooler (at least in Colorado), and the "I didn't get any of my projects done this summer" panic is building.
Don't give in to despair just yet - while you've been slacking off all summer, we've been toiling feverishly away under the persistently-squealing HVAC unit, coming up with lots of resources to help you whip out your greatest project yet, in no time at all. Giant LED installation? Got it. Interactive, conductive paint mural? Check. Enough paper circuits to wrap your entire house? Yeah, we have that too. Not to mention a slew of tutorials covering concepts you can use in your own projects, like load cells (we used them in our dog treat dispenser); timer buttons (like the one we use in our picture frame tetris); the Lockitron, for IoT and home automation projects; the Ludus protoshields (great for our robotics projects); or soil moisture sensors, because if nothing else, your tomatoes are looking a little grim.
So get out there, with our help or without, and make something to take your summer from good to GLORY.