A recap of The Feast: an inspiring, collaborative weekend in NYC with over 400 creative and genuinely good people.

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The more the merrier.

Another post, another selection of new products.

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An entertaining project that'll keep peeping toms at bay!

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We're offering a new class - solder stenciling!

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Antimov Recap

A lovely fall Saturday filled with destruction!

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Antimov!

Today's the day - SparkFun Antimov!

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LilyPad Class

We're offering a beginning LilyPad class next week - we'd love to see you there!

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Now you can play Rock, Paper, Scissors by yourself!

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An impressive quadcopter from the GRASP Lab at the University of Pennsylvania!

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The Feast on Good Conference in NYC is this weekend and SparkFun has been asked to join in on the discussion of social innovation and also teach a workshop.

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Antimov!

Antimov is this week - are you ready?

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OSHW Definition: We take a crack at saying what it means to make a piece of hardware "open source".

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Product Post!

Another week, another round of new products.

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We made the trip to the Big Apple and wanted to say 'thanks' to all of you who came and saw us!

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Sign Language Glove

An amazing glove that can translate sign language into American English!

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We show you how to program standalone ATmegas and introduce a new Arduino library to make using LED matrices easy!

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A helpful video showing you how to integrate a magnetic card reader into your project!

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We've finally added a jobs page to our website!

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Antimov Registration

If you're planning on attending the Antimov competition, register now!

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Arduino formally announces the Arduino Uno and Arduino Mega 2560.

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