Dust off your funny skills - you've got captioning to do.

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Rock-climbing researchers use clever dataloggers to solve a migration mystery and help save a species.

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There are three classes in the next three days with spots still left!

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The weekend is almost here, so we're talking about the new products from this week and demonstrating a couple as well.

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The IOIO has found it's home with many Android devices. This blog post compiles all of the most recent IOIO projects and documentation into one place, in addition we are introducing a IOIO class.

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Your final reminder to check out these three classes!

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Check out this awesome project from our friends at mbed.

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Another round of new products, and the introduction of our newest project, the ShakeSphere.

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Better starting honing your soldering skills!

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A brief history of Solid State Depot, the Boulder Hackerspace.

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A reminder that Free Day credits expire soon.

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

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We've got even more new products for this week including a lot of new books. It's never too late to learn!

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Check out the footage from our Free Day documentary teams.

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The AVC is coming in June - are you going to attend?

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Check out the Bright Bunny tutorial.

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It's Friday, so we have more new products to talk about. Some GPS stuff, some copper tape, and a new magnetic card reader!

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Engineer Mike Grusin turns the SparkFun elevator into something much more awesome.

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