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Tomorrow: MAKE International Maker Meetup

MAKE is hosting an international maker meetup tomorrow, Aug. 1 at 6pm PST to celebrate the release of Volume 35 and all things dangerous. MAKE’s latest volume is dubbed the “danger issue” and it’s about making with fire, rockets, sparks, and high-volta…

DANGER! MAKE Volume 35 now on Sale: Are you Safe?

Do you smell something burning? Well, that could just be the project you build once you’ve read MAKE Volume 35: The Danger Issue! It’s all about rockets, flames, and fun, you’ll be lighting the fuse of your own imagination when you dig into this issue….

Rockets, Flames, and fun: MAKE’s International Maker Meetup Aug. 1

MAKE Volume 35 is on newsstands and is loaded with fun, flashy projects! From Tesla coils to DIY sugar rockets, there’s something for every maker who loves flames, flash, and big bangs! To celebrate the release of this new issue, we’ll be hosting an …

Maker Projects Guide: MAKE Special Issue on Sale Now

MAKE’s “Maker Projects Guide” goes on sale at newsstands today! The 112-page special issue is loaded with 42 projects–some new, some classics, and all chosen to inspire the maker in you. The issue is all about makers and the inspiring projects they ma…

Hangout with MAKE Editors Today at 2pm PST/5pm EST

It’s the fourth Thursday of the month and that means it’s time for our monthly MAKE editors hangout on air on Google+. This month MAKE editorial director Gareth Branwyn and fellow editors will be discussing MAKE’s Volume 32, our Ultimate Guide to 3D Pr…

The Principles of Making?

Earlier this month O’Reilly Media founder Tim O’Reilly founder posted on Google+ about the United Kingdom’s “digital design principles.” In the spirit of our latest design issue, MAKE founder Dale Dougherty wondered what a set of making principles wou…

“Design Literacy” for Hackers

If you haven’t picked up a copy of Design for Hackers (and you should) here’s an excerpt about what author David Kadavy calls “design literacy.” Enjoy.Read the full article on MAKE