SparkFun has a raft of upcoming events!

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Another week has gone by, and we've got a truck-load of new stuff this week, check it out.

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Give your old laptop new life with a little WiFi boost.

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BatchPCB is moving on to someone who can give it the love and attention it deserves.

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We talked with inventor Eric Gradman about his awesome new endeavor!

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Today, 10% of all SparkFun sales will be donated to the EFF.

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It's New Product Friday once again. Check out what new products we have for this week.

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In which Pete and Dia travel to Olin College to perform gruesome dissections and help bring to life an army of cyborg critters.

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Check out this project from Boulder's local hackerspace and our very own Joel Bartlett.

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New revisions and a new sensor kit are what we've got this week.

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SparkFun Engineer Chris Taylor guides you through developing with the Ino Toolkit.

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SparkFun is building an 80,000 sq ft building with construction starting in May of 2013. It’s going to be awesome.

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More new products this week. We have some cool LED lights and an all-in-one embeddable audio player.

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Collecting the power from the sun is not difficult, but budgeting the total power consumption for you system will lead to many design choices.

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Our first try didn't work - so we're taking a different approach.

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Check out this video of our Scratch Programming Class using the SparkFun PicoBoard!

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In this post, we’ll share the results of the survey, our plans to make some necessary improvements, and the reasons we decided not to make others.

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