Guest blog post by Arnoud Buzing of Wolfram Research on using the Edison and SparkFun Blocks to make a pendulum monitor.

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Hack that Ikea lamp into something so much more.

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Another smattering of "Simple Sketches" for your viewing pleasure!

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Help support a former SparkFunion who's heading to Uganda!

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Have you always wanted to experiment with electroluminescence?

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For the day after Christmas, we have a few new products for you.

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Pins du Edison

All I want for Christmas Eve is an Edison pinout.

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A fun holiday project to try for anyone looking to catch Santa on Christmas!

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Need some last minute trimming for your tree?

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AVC 2015 is Coming!

Check out what's new for everyone's favorite autonomous vehicle competition.

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A brilliant (ha!) use for every single one of your LEDs.

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We'll be doing all things Edison, phant.io and data-logging at TEI in January!

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More Edison Blocks and a new product to determine what's hot and what's not.

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An awesome project from SparkFun customer Elahd Bar-Shai

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David Hunt takes a look at how these three products stack up.

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Sewing- not just for clothes anymore! (Or ever, really.)

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