We've got some new products this week and are focusing a bit heavier on a special product this week, the Electric Imp.

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SparkFun went to Maryland in August to teach the teachers. Check out our adventures there!

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Help bring Sylvia and her family to Maker Faire New York and the Open Source Summit!

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Three cheers for SparkFun Engineer Mike Hord, who's heading to New York later this month to speak at the annual summit!

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This week it's a very different new product post where we talk about the process of carrying new products.

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Even though AVC2013 is a long time from now, you might want to read up on the changes so you can start planning your entry.

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Cosm.com aka Pachube

Connect your Arduino Ethernet to the Pachube API to display and log data on the web.

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Our shipping dock hasn't seen a lot of action this week, but we've still got a few really cool products. Also, next week we're taking requests.

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Mike and Pete take a road trip to an innovative aerospace conference to find out more about the final frontier for amateur spacecraft makers

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Check out some footage from our trip to Maker Faire Detroit!

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Check out this new tutorial about all the types of data you might deal with while using Arduino.

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Check out today's Roundtable project with Joel, SparkFun Product Vetter.

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I'm back from vacation and we've got a wall of new products for this week.

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Build your own Vacuum Molding machine and start making plastic parts in your home shop!

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We're embarking on a tour of the Western USA! Can we sleep on your couch? (Not really)

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Check out this month's second installment of "According to Pete!"

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