We're back again this week with even more new products.

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We have added a new category to our product line - E-Textiles!

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Logging earthquake data with an accelerometer.

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It's never too early to start crafting your Halloween costume - and adding some animatronics is always a good plan.

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We have a bunch of new tutorials - of the easy to digest variety - for Free Day knowledge and your general education.

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A whole bunch of new products, now with video!

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Ponoko gets 3D printing! One step closer to a real-life replicator.

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SparkFun gets a super fan. How do we deal with the copying of our images and designs without permission? We don't! Instead, we innovate that much faster.

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It hurts so good! We're getting ready for Free Day 2011. Pocket $100 worth of free stuff! Free Day has a few twists this year. It'll will be upon us on January 13th. We're opening up our doors and letting anyone take $100 worth of free goodies.

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In case you missed the action, check out this Antimov recap video.

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We tore apart a Neato Robotics XV-11 robotic vacuum cleaner and did a little reverse engineering.

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The Tekla Shield

Helping motor impaired individuals control mobile devices via Bluetooth.

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SparkFun Levels Up!

A whole new version of sparkfun.com is released! Wish lists! Other stuff! New server hardware! Plus a visualization of the development of the entire code base up to this point.

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Swash-buckling goes high-tech!

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Want to learn how to do solder stenciling?

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Products, products, and even more new products!

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Remember the Reverse Geocache Puzzle Box? It finally has a conclusion!

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Nathan Seidle tells the story of SparkFun, how we got started and why we do what we do.

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Finishing up the Halloween projects with SparkFun's own Nate Seidle.

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