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  • Learning and Sprouting Together
    Last week, I joined a few hundred of my fellow Remake Learning members to celebrate the network’s 10-year anniversary. It was a wonderful moment for us to pause and reflect on all that has transpired since those first conversations that led to the first ideas and hatched the first efforts ...
    Source: Remake LearningPublished on 2017-09-22By Remake Learning
  • Friday Product Post: Onion Omega
    Hello, and thanks for stopping by on this huge Friday Product Post! We are very happy to bring you Onion’s whole Omega2 product line. This includes the Omega2 and Omega 2+ mainboards, four docks to plug your Omegas into, and six different expansion boards to broaden the capabilities of your ...
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2017-09-22By SparkFun Electronics
  • Enginursday: OLED Clock
    I’m not exactly sure why, but I’ve had an interest in clocks for a while now. A few years ago, I designed a nixie tube clock with an ATmega328 and ESP8266. Due to discrepancies between the defined clock speed and actual clock speed, the ESP8266 connected to a Network Time ...
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2017-09-21By SparkFun Electronics
  • Exploring Personalized Learning in Pittsburgh
    It was the first day back to school for most districts in Southwestern PA, and teachers put in 12-hour days preparing their classrooms, attending meetings, and emailing parents. It was also storming in the East End of Pittsburgh, with heavy rains and lightning. And yet, over 20 educators from around ...
    Source: Remake LearningPublished on 2017-09-21By Remake Learning
  • Three Women Making Waves on the Colorado Maker Scene
    These three women have all had a large impact on their respective maker communities. Meet them all at Maker Faire Denver. Read more on MAKE The post Three Women Making Waves on the Colorado Maker Scene appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. ...
    Source: MakezinePublished on 2017-09-21By Goli Mohammadi
  • Hardware Hump Day: Sleight of Servo
    Mario the Maker Magician compares the process of learning magic with learning music. You don’t just start writing your own songs right away; you start by covering the greats and learning the foundations. Then, in Mario’s words, “you create innovation by mixing ideas that have never been mixed before.” ...
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2017-09-20By SparkFun Electronics
  • On Listening, Love, and Building a Better World
    Like most everybody else, we’ve spent the past several weeks grappling with this summer’s tragedies, most notably the horrors of Charlottesville, Virginia, in August. By now, the images from those two days have achieved a sort of infamy: an army of bitter young men wielding tiki torches; bodies bouncing off ...
    Source: Remake LearningPublished on 2017-09-19By Remake Learning
  • According to Pete: Bluetooth
    Today in “Tech Pete Takes for Granted,” we’re covering the basics of Bluetooth (specifically Bluetooth classic) - what it is, where it came from, who manages it, how it works and more! Highlights include Pete’s pronunciation of the name Harald “Bluetooth” Blaatand Gormsson, King of Denmark. ...
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2017-09-19By SparkFun Electronics
  • Project Fails
    As we say at SparkFun, trying is cool, failing can be even cooler, and trying again is the coolest of all. Some of the best insights come from mistakes. The creative process requires patience and humor, so we asked a handful of folks around here about their biggest fails in ...
    Source: Sparkfun NewsPublished on 2017-09-18By SparkFun Electronics
  • Open World: A Conversation with Will Holman of Open Works
    Trained as an architect at Virginia Tech, Will Holman has gone on to work in several tech environments and found the Open Works makerspace. Read more on MAKE The post Open World: A Conversation with Will Holman of Open Works appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. ...
    Source: MakezinePublished on 2017-09-15By Caleb Kraft
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