Stop by the eTextile Lounge at Bay Area Maker Faire this weekend!

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Don't forget to come say hello if you're at Maker Faire Bay Area!

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Check out these highlights from USASEF in Washington D.C.

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Some tools, a mistake, the future of Arduino, and a sewing kit. What's not to love about this week's products?

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We've never seen a subpoena before, have you? Check this out...

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More new products to make your wallet cry for mercy.

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A reminder about an upcoming class!

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SparkFun is again heading to San Francisco for Maker Faire!

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Why SparkFun will never be able to compete with BMW.

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AVC Reminder

The Autonomous Vehicle Competition is coming soon!

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Tech Support RoboJoust

The Sparkfun Tech Support team put on a robot joust. After months of preparing not only the arena, but also the competitors, they are here to bring you their tale of robot mayhem.

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This is the last - really - reminder of the upcoming SparkFun Soldering Competition.

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SparkFun's Education Department now has its own website.

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USASEF

In DC this weekend? Check out USASEF!

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Some more new products and a terrible demo.

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The time has come to show our distributors some love.

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