We have a new friend! His name is Matthew Burmeister, and he loves the weather. We also have some updates on our past hackers!

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While designing our new Simon Tilts Through Hole Soldering Kit, we ultimately found that the best solution for the tilt sensor involved creating a custom plastic part. Here is the story of this project - including a couple interviews with the people that helped us along the way.

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Not only do we have a lot of cool new products, we also have another SparkFun Dumpster Dive! Check it out.

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I have found some crazy things on eBay, but when I saw a jet engine I had to at least make a bid. Lucky/unfortunately, I won.

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Join us for the next episode of SparkFun Live, where engineer Mike Hord will help us build a coin-operated insult generator for all your insulting needs.

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We hosted some representatives from cutting-edge library programs in Tennessee to play with hardware and share what they're up to!

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New products for all you single-board-computer enthusiasts as well as some other goodies.

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Designs for a custom, DIY electronics workbench, and some lessons I learned in the process.

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Registration is open for AVC 2014! We're also announcing some new rules and changes for this year.

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Distance sensing made easy with the LIDAR-Lite from PulsedLight

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It's Valentine's Day and we've got some new goodies for you.

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GoldieBlox vs. Beastie Boys

How the Beastie Boys helped this little girl grow up to be a scientist.

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Try out your best caption for a chance at a fabulous SparkFun prize.

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Check out today's edition of ElectriCute to build a light-up tattoo made with Elastolite.

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What does it take to get complete biometrics in your garage?

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We sponsored an electronics lab at Skyline High School as part of the Race to the Top grant program!

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