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We got a new shipment of stuff for this week that includes some swag, some new Arduino boards, and a couple of revisions.

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The SoundPuddle is an interactive environment of visual-acoustic synesthesia. Art and electronics come together to bring an experience of light and sound to those within its confines.

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A new class introducing LilyPad and e-textiles!

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Summer is heating up and so are our new products for this week. Check out all the new goods!

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Getting started with the Raspberry Pi? Well, SparkFun has something for you.

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Check out the full recap video!

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This week we're back with more new products and another demo project.

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Check out this interview we did with the creator of flirc!

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SparkFun's five laws of drinking at work, where the beer flows like wine.

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We're back with a whole bunch of new products and our most dangerous project to date, the EPIC. Check out the video and the products.

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Where do innovators go once they've got an idea?

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Check out the tutorial from SparkFun engineer Aaron's HAB launch.

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