How to use SparkFun's LilyPad products to incorporate light into your textile projects!

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Check out today's Roundtable project with Joel, SparkFun Product Vetter.

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Another week, another collection of new goodies. Ding and Dents, magnet wire, and a few other new products to help you complete your next project.

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This week we're back with more new products and another demo project.

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We're back with a whole bunch of new products and our most dangerous project to date, the EPIC. Check out the video and the products.

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Boulder Hackerspace autoponics project gets love from CU and NASA

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Check out this amazing project from SparkFun customer Peter Jansen.

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Check out this nice project from a SparkFun customer.

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The IOIO has found it's home with many Android devices. This blog post compiles all of the most recent IOIO projects and documentation into one place, in addition we are introducing a IOIO class.

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Check out this awesome project from our friends at mbed.

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Another round of new products, and the introduction of our newest project, the ShakeSphere.

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Check out the SparkFun Laser Limbo Project!

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Check out this project inspired by "Young Frankenstein."

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Another round of new products, and a special project for this week.

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Check out this project from SparkFun's own Todd Treece.

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Check out this GPS-based project from a SparkFun customer.

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