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It's almost Christmas, give the gift that can print happiness.

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We're back with more products for your Friday.

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SparkFun Tours ThinkGeek

In early December Nate and Chris paid ThinkGeek a visit at their HQ in Fairfax, Virginia. Here's a rundown of what happened!

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We want to come document your Free Day experience!

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Another round of new products including new MicroRax, a book and some more retail.

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Christmas Orders

Some information on getting your orders in time for the holidays.

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Check out Twine

Simplifying physical computing with Twine.

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It's time for your monthly caption contest.

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Check out this month's edition of According to Pete"

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It's been two weeks since we've talked about new products. Check out what's new for the past couple of weeks.

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Check out this project from SparkFun's own Todd Treece.

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Check out this GPS-based project from a SparkFun customer.

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Check out this customer eye-tracker project!

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The Voxel Shield

A great shield for driving an 8x8x8 LED matrix!

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Our production artists are at it again...

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It's Friday again, so we have more new products to talk about.

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