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Hester Street Fair's Ice Cream Social Featured NYC's Best Scoop

  The Hester Street Fair hosted its second annual Ice Cream Social yesterday afternoon, with eight frozen treat makers scooping up both their signature flavors as well as a few new experiments. [ more › ]

Bungie Bans Hundreds Of Players From 'Destiny' For Cheating

VideoBungie, makers of the immensely popular video game "Destiny", has always been fairly good at listening to the needs and concerns of its players of its games, and one thing they’ve been constantly complaining about is the issue of lag in the competitive multiplayer modes of the game. And today [...]

Maglev, Submersibles, and More at Maker Faire Detroit

This past weekend the Maker Faire returned to the motor city. While it seemed a bit smaller than previous years, the event still brought in a ton of awesome makers from the metro Detroit area and beyond. Although we don’t feature too...Show More Summary

Freaks3D takes 3D printing on the road

3D printers are fantastic, but you're unlikely to see someone carrying one with them to a maker faire, or anywhere else for that matter. Elecfreaks is aiming to provide a portable option for the growing 3D printer market with Freaks3D...Show More Summary

Maker Loses Wedding Ring in the Surf, Immediately Fabricates Another

Our friend Jonathan Danforth, programmer, Maker Faire North Carolina founder, and avid woodworker, was heartbroken when he lost his wedding ring last weekend: I was swimming in the ocean in South Carolina and managed to lose my ring in chest-deep opaque surf. Show More Summary

Review: Microchip Curiosity is a Gorgeous New 8-bit Dev Board

Microchip has unveiled a new dev board called the Curiosity Development Board. I had my first look at this at Bay Area Maker Faire back in May but was asked not to publicize the hardware since it wasn’t officially released yet. Yesterday...Show More Summary

Marshall's 'London' is a smartphone for music lovers

For a long time, Marshall's bread and butter was guitar amps. Then came headphones and Bluetooth speakers (via its partnership with Zound, makers of Urbanears) -- a fairly fitting diversification. Today, the brand is moving on to phones, announcing the "London," an Android (Lollipop) device for music lovers. Show More Summary

Digital Dreamer Offers Up Interactive Story Time Fun

3 weeks agoArts : MAKE: Art Design

Maker Faires are great places to see some interesting combinations of both art and technology that can be found nowhere else. Where else could you see Robotic Chimps on Scooters, an autonomous machine that creates objects based on the...Show More Summary

Hackaday’s Interview with [Massimo Banzi]

I caught up with [Massimo Banzi] at the Shenzhen Maker Faire to talk about manufacturing in China, the current and future of Arduino, and how recent events may shape the Open Hardware landscape. The big news from Arduino at SZMF is a new partnership with Seeed Studio to manufacture theGenuino. Show More Summary

Wilson County, Texas, Has Their First Mini Maker Faire

On May 23, 2015, the Wilson County Mini Maker Faire was held at the Floresville Event Center in Floresville, Texas. This was our first Mini Maker Faire and we are excited that it went as well as it did. We had 21 Makers and Exhibitors...Show More Summary

Meet Your Maker | Maker Movement

On June 11, the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), in collaboration with the Congressional Maker Caucus, Maker Media, and Nation of Makers, hosted its first Capitol Hill Maker Faire, featuring a series of panel discussions and an expo open to the public, including members of Congress. Show More Summary

Maker Faire Kansas City: That’s A Wrap

The 5th annual Kansas City Maker Faire was as fun as ever, but it definitely felt different from previous years. There seemed to be an unofficial emphasis on crafts this year, and I mean this in the broadest sense of the word. There was more exposure for the event in the local media, and this attracted a wider variety of faire-goers. Show More Summary

If You're Looking for Inspiration, Head Straight to This Event

The ever-growing Maker Faire is not only a massive celebration of creativity, it's helping to birth nascent entrepreneurs.

Make for Humanity

Two weeks ago, the National Maker Faire covered the University of D.C.'s lawn with more than two hundred booths where twenty thousand children and families created a giant, chaotic Rube Goldberg machine, printed their own programmable robots and explored every science and tech museum exhibit you can imagine. Show More Summary

Maker Faire Kansas City: Entrepreneurial Spirit Taking Shape

One of the great things about an event like the Kansas City Maker Faire is that there are so many reasons that makers sign up to show their things. Some makers come to teach a skill, and others to sell their handmade creations. Those with an entrepreneurial streak looking to launch a product might rent a booth to get a lot of eyes on their idea. Show More Summary

A Dunk Tank That Uses Fire Instead of Water Demonstrated at Kansas City Maker Faire

last monthHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Two Bit Circus recently demonstrated the Flambé, a dunk tank that uses fire instead of water, at the Kansas City Maker Faire. The device aims 15 propane burners at its victim, who for obvious safety reasons wears a protective fireproof suit as people throw softballs at the machine’s target trigger. photos via Make

F5: Piper Cuts to Hold, Shares Fairly Value Growth Outlook

Shares of enterprise networking equipment maker F5 Networks (FFIV) are down $2.09, or 1.7%, at $121.48, after Piper Jaffray’s Troy Jensen cut his rating on the stock to Neutral from Overweight, writing that the company will continue to lead in its area of improving the performance of applications, but that its stock has gotten too rich. [...]

Maker Faire Kansas City: Coming To Grips With The Mechanics Of Dexterity

There is always a great variety of things to see and experience at the Kansas City Maker Faire. This is the fifth year for the event which is held at historic Union Station, a beautiful art deco train depot from a bygone era. With aShow More Summary

World’s Largest Pizza Is A Mile Long And Weighs 5 Tons

Pizza makers at the Milan World Fair in Italy recently set a new Guiness World Record by baking a pizza that’s nearly one mile long. Specifically, the award-winning pizza measured in at 1.59545 kilometers, which comes out to about.99 of a mile. Show More Summary

A 5 Axis CNC Mill For Less Than $5,000

Every time I come back from a Maker Faire someone asks me what that my favorite thing was that I saw there. At World Maker Faire 2013, that was an easy question to answer, the Pocket NC 5 Axis CNC. The possibilities of what could beShow More Summary

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