SparkFun heads to Pueblo, CO to check out some awesome rockets!

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We have some gripping products for you this week, so have a ball!

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Recapping SparkFun's experience teaching area teachers about electronics.

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Class Reminder!

We have two upcoming classes with spots still left!

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You'll never have to walk again with this DIY Segway.

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Welcome to another edition of "According to Pete."

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To accommodate the announcement for the ProtoSnap series, we've moved the post back to Saturday for this week.

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Take prototyping to the next level with the ProtoSnap!

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SparkFun Open House

Join us for an Open House on October 22nd, 2011!

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Check out this video tutorial for the Ultimate IMU.

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Check out this Google Lunar X PRIZE entry that uses SparkFun gear.

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Fritzing!

Fritzing - now with SparkFun parts!

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We have another week of new products and the details (and results) from the contest we did last week.

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SparkFun CEO Nate sets out to fix a museum display!

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It's a wrap - check out the final video from our trip to Copenhagen!

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EYEO Wrap-up

SparkFun heads out to Minneapolis for a gathering of the minds at the crossroads of art, technology, and science - the EYEO Festival.

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Sam Berrada dropped by to show off the sign language to speech system he designed. Did we mention he's in the 8th grade?

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Another new product post crammed full of nifty products and even a contest thrown in.

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Check out this awesome project from a couple of Eastern Washington students.

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The Source Show presents Bay Area Maker Faire 2011

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