Two new LilyPad products are now available! To go along with them, we have a new Mini GPS Shield, Flip-Pins and two new Edison kits.

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Check out the new and improved, tightened-up SparkFun Eagle libraries - now with uniformity, verified packages and documentation!

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Deck the beards this year with addressable LEDs

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Two Modulo educational kits, a Raspberry Pi book, and a new kit from BITalino!

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We rag on the patent system pretty often here in Open-Source-Landia. Let's take a look at a few positive contributions patent holders are trying to make to our lives!

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If you order batteries from us, you'll want to read this.

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Importing custom artwork into a PCB CAD program is a fun way to personalize your board.

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We use serial communication all the time. But why are we using multiples of 300?

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Our new 9DoF Razor IMU leads the pack, followed by a MAX30105 Breakout, two new Teensy boards, and a tall RPI GPIO header!

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It's time to do a holiday project roundup!

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Meet Feldi!

Get to know SparkFun's newest Creative Technologist.

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50 Top Products at the best prices of 2016 and 10% off the rest.

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Or, what happens when you literally break the mold.

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How to set up an Arduino as an in-system programmer (ISP) and program an Atmel ATtiny84A to blink

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The nRF52832 Breakout, SmartiPi Touch, Serial-Controlled Motor Driver and RedBearLab BLE Nano Kit round out today's brand new products! Happy Friday!

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It looks like there’s a written tutorial for soldering, but a short video might be nice. It’s always good to see the right way to use tools…
Absolutely, we already have one in progress and plan to release it when the Sweep officially goes live.
Any chance we could get a demo video of the sweep? Preferably with some outdoor testing? That would be cool to see.
How about “Jarvis, kill Alexa”? :)
About “normal” operations on Jan. 16: Banks and the Post Office will be closed for MLK Holiday, though UPS and FedEx will have normal…
I would have been thrilled by “How NOT to use a multimeter”.
That would work, too. The Photon on a breadboard is maybe $5 cheaper, and you can use it remotely. You can set up the IFTTT app on your…
Simple solution. Why not use an ac power relay like the Belkin Wemo connected to the Echo’s power supply? You could tell Alexa “Alexa power…

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