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Boulder Hackerspace autoponics project gets love from CU and NASA

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Don't forget that the AVC is this weekend!

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Our first ever guest appearance for the new product post.

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A new competition taking place just after our AVC!

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Don't forget to sign up for the IOIO development class!

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Friday is the best day of the week. The weekend is close and the new products are many.

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Bring your robot to SparkFun for some kids-only robotic glory!

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Check out this article from Forbes - and some cute dog pictures.

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Check out a couple of videos of SparkFun's recent soldering competition!

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Another demo, some more new products, and witty banter.

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Check out this interview with Jason Hibbets from opensource.com.

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Check out this tutorial from our own Nick Poole!

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Check out the course for the upcoming AVC!

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We're back with more products and a couple of demos. Check out the video and the assortment of new stuff.

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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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That is an amazing enclosure! Very well done! Nice addition with the wave change button. Thanks for sharing!
I put this project together and made a laser cut box from mat board using a two 1/16" layer design to hide some electronics and do some…
I have almost no college experience, know very little about how to use an FPGA, BUT I feel they’re super easy to understand. You just have…
Wow. This project is basically amazing. “Somethings gone wrong”
(with tongue firmly in cheek) Yeah, but you haven’t mounted it on a bicycle yet! ;-)
We’re just trying to have a little fun, Shane.
Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your concern, but maintain that this project was made in good humor and is NOT meant to be any…
I wanted to give you a heads up that the “Oscar Shh-tatue” project’s labeling appears to inadvertently support position that celebrities…
There’s always more than one way to skin a cat
Why not a 555 timer to trigger the MP3 shield? Less $$ than an Arduino board. <shrug>

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