You get an LED! You get an LED! (Almost) EVERYONE GETS AN LED!

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I like green eggs and ham! I do! I like them, SAM-I-am!

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SparkFun's Department of Education pilots a new curriculum!

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Well... one Thing and a few Couples, that is. We'll even throw in a new wearable!

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SparkFun is headed west to the Hackaday SuperConference

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An easy project to keep your quadrupedal family members safe!

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Let's get this month started off right.

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3.14159265359! A new kit, accessories, and maybe a few new IoT devices!

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In lieu of any cool, new project, I took on the task of updating documentation and example code for the MLX90614 IR Thermometer Evaluation Board (and shaved some yaks in the process).

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Deals to make you say BOO, but not like in a bad way.

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Our fearless CEO details his data-logging work on SparkFun's hive

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A new breakout and a new touch pot will really help you get in contact with the region of the atmosphere and outer space seen from Earth.

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Hacked Haunts

Some tools for hacking your home or professional haunt for light, sound, and animatronics!

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We've cracked the code! Discovered the secret! Don't look at the date, just believe that this isn't a joke!

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Halloween is coming! Let's turn this place into a shop of horrors.

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GPIO Block is my choice. we can interface different things with it, and create Internet of things that talk to each other and respond as we…
i picked GPIO Block . we can interface many different things and make internet of things that talks to each other and respond
I’m more of a Tesla fan myself… but i’ll take a sale from Sparkfun anytime!
Aside from the invaluable Base Block, I’d venture the GPIO Block would be most useful in interesting with sensors and peripherals,…
I would have to go with the SparkFun Block for Intel® Edison - UART. Having worked with a number of embedded linux systems including the…
GPIO Block wins hands down. You can interface with so many different things. From the low power displays made by Sharp (work in progress) to…
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It’s hard to pick just one. but I’m a big fan of user interaction, so I would pick the OLED panel. Not only does it have the display, it…
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I don’t mean to detract from Edison week, but will there be any attempt at an April fools contest?:)

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