We hit up Chi Town for a class at a youth hackerspace in a mall!

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A whole heap of new products showed up this week, in addition to a new robot development platform!

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The idea to join in a YouTube event accidentally becomes our new favorite series.

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SparkFun National Tour heads to Oklahoma to put on five workshops with the Oklahoma Museum Network, using Scratch and Pico Boards.

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This month, Pete talks logging. With plaid, but no flapjacks.

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This week we have some new shields and some books.

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What did you do on your summer vacation? These students are launching experiments on government sounding rockets.

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Help OSHWA build a larger understanding of open source!

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We're looking for projects and booths for the NoCo Mini Maker Faire on October 5th.

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Check out this awesome Kickstarter from Super Awesome Sylvia and Evil Mad Scientist Labs.

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A new motor, camera, and remote! What's not to like about this week's new products?

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Talking with Mario the Magician about the magic of embedded electronics!

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Congratulations to Gizzygo - you're our winner this month!

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A look at the carbon footprint of the ProMini 5V

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This past week we built our 3 millionth widget!

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We've got a new revision of one of our most popular products and some other cool products. Check it out.

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With some LEDs, some acrylic, and a little know-how, you can create your very own LED light box.

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Help keep open hardware alive and well by sponsoring the OHS!

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Here we are again - time for a caption contest.

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