BatchPCB unveils a cool new feature today - a marketplace! Plus, a really cool project out of Denmark!
A look at some of the competitors in SparkFun's 2010 AVC!
A new tutorial on how to remove layers in Eagle, plus a helpful Simon PTH Video, and check out the new ad we shot!
Bunnie shows up with a microSD card looks like under the hood. We've got a new VoiceBox shield for Arduino, e-ink type displays, USB motor controllers, and a couple DC muffin fans.
New server! Plus a cool project.
Follow our Pick and Place machines on Twitter! Also, we have some news products and 31 awesome projects to give you some inspiration!
It's not about how complex your project is - it's about how clever! Also check out a hacked Kindle and a bunch of new product offerings!
SparkFun receives a random surprise from a supplier...and Nate gets a surprise from his employees.
A thought-provoking article from Wired and a project from one of our own!
If you are working on a project, people (like us!) want to know!
A deliciously designed maze and new products galore!
The week has finally arrive - Free Day is this Thursday, January 7th, 2010!
Spending some time with Google Trends and trying to predict the future.
The cluster has arrived to our new data center! 5 Dell PowerEdges with 10 megabit burstable to 100 megabit. We're trimming the fat off our site and making things much faster.
A cool Christmas project, Adafruit gets a C&D, and products!
It's a special day when hardware guys recommend something that is software. I apologize if this sounds like a bad infomercial at 2AM. Dropbox has completely won me over. If you are like me, and have multiple computers that need to share files, Dropbox solves the file sharing and backup problems. I installed Dropbox on my home PC and a little icon sits in my task bar. I've got files on my home PC like my Eagle projects, my excel files, my docs, and my various collections of C code. So I drag and drop these into a folder on my C: drive, a folder called 'My Dropbox'. Simple enough. Then I go into work and install Dropbox. A couple minutes later I've got a folder on my C: drive called 'My Dropbox' and it's got all the files that my home PC had. I've got 2GB free, to