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The MAKE:DIYcast audio program, like the magazine, is loaded with exciting projects, hacks, science and news that help you make the most of your technology.
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DATE: Sat, 25 Sep 2010
SIZE: 163. MB
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Open source hardware summit keynote - Limor "Ladyada" Fried

Open source hardware summit keynote - Limor "Ladyada" Fried (video m4v). Ladyada and the Adafruit gang will be at Maker Faire over the weekend, say hi! Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE Podcast | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 24 Sep 2010
SIZE: 28.7 MB
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Weekend Project: The Mystery Switch

Make a mysterious electronic switch that only you know how to light up! Thanks go to J. Tregre for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. To download The Mystery Electronic Switch video click here and subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete Mystery Electronic Switch article in MAKE Volume 23 and you can see that in our Digital Edition. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Weekend Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 24 Sep 2010
SIZE: 0.51 MB
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Weekend Project: The Mystery Switch (PDF)

Make a mysterious electronic switch that only you know how to light up! Thanks go to J. Tregre for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. View the PDF of this project. and then subscribe to MAKE magazine for other great projects you can do over the weekend. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE PDF | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 17 Sep 2010
SIZE: 26.9 MB
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Make a Firefox necklace

Make a silver Firefox pendant using some basic jewelry making tools and turn your favorite web browser into a fashion statement in this week's CRAFT Video. To get the foxy template, check out Tobi Leingruber's Foxbling on Thingiverse. Subscribe to the CRAFT Podcast in iTunes, download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Crafts | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 17 Sep 2010
SIZE: 25.8 MB
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Weekend Project: Lily Pad Pool Warmers

Use hula hoops to keep your swimming pool warm year-round using the sun. Thanks go to Edward Hujsak for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. To download The Lily Pad Pool Warmers video click here and subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete Lily Pad Pool Warmers article in MAKE Volume 23 and you can see that in our Digital Edition. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Weekend Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 17 Sep 2010
SIZE: 1.27 MB
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Weekend Project: Lily Pad Pool Warmers (PDF)

Use hula hoops to keep your swimming pool warm year-round using the sun. Thanks go to Edward Hujsak for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. View the PDF of this project. and then subscribe to MAKE magazine for other great projects you can do over the weekend. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE PDF | Digg this!

DATE: Thu, 16 Sep 2010
SIZE: 17.7 MB
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Collin's Lab: Wire Rack Attack!

Once the growing sprawl of electronic parts starts showing up in your dreams, you know you've got some tidying up to do. It can be a challenge to spend quality hacking time on humdrum sorting & parts organization, but of course, in the long run it's a no-brainer. I've yet to discover a magical motivator* for organization. But if you can put aside a few minutes for the cause, consider installing an uber-simple wire rack using plain old curtain brackets - perfect for taming those wild spools that roam your workbench. *sadly, impromptu desk-naps do not help. Subscribe to the MAKE Podcast in iTunes, download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube and Vimeo. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in DIY Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 27 Aug 2010
SIZE: 22.6 MB
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Weekend Project: CD/DVD Parts Container

A cheap and easy way to organize parts of all sizes. Thanks go to Steve Sofiel for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. To download The CD/DVD Parts Container video click here and subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete CD/DVD Parts Container article in MAKE Volume 23 and you can see that in our Digital Edition. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Weekend Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 27 Aug 2010
SIZE: 0.64 MB
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Weekend Project: CD/DVD Parts Container (PDF)

A cheap and easy way to organize parts of all sizes. Thanks go to Steve Sofiel for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. View the PDF of this project. and then subscribe to MAKE magazine for other great projects you can do over the weekend. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE PDF | Digg this!

DATE: Wed, 25 Aug 2010
SIZE: 29.1 MB
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Collin's Lab: Custom Fit Earbuds

I've used quite a variety of sound-isolating personal audio gear; around-ear cans, in-ear buds, as well as active noise-canceling models. All of these posed problems for me in one way or another. Most often, it came down to issues with comfort and how well each design could maintain a good seal on my substantial noggin. I was excited to find out that there are custom-fit headphone services out there, but my enthusiasm withered upon learning the price for such a thing. Thankfully, I did find a DIY custom-mold earplug kit available for relatively cheap. So, I dug out my old pair of Shure E2C earbuds, ordered myself up a kit, and then put together a very simple but satisfyingly effective project. Subscribe to the MAKE Podcast in iTunes, download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube and Vimeo. Also - for those who prefer more static imagery in their tutorials, I added this project to the very excellent Make: Projects site. Check the relevant step-by-steps here. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in DIY Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Tue, 24 Aug 2010
SIZE: 36.2 MB
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Tiny Yellow House: "Boxy Lady" vending cart microcabin

If you're from the woods in the Northeast USA, you know that summer is all about forts, cabins, treehouses, and other alternative shelters. If you haven't known the pleasure of these delightful creations, let Derek "Deek" Diedricksen introduce you his world of microcabins in this episode of Tiny Yellow House, a MAKEcation Special Edition! Join Deek in the Massachusetts woods for a tour of his "Boxy Lady" vending cart microcabin complete with build notes inspired by his book, Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, Cozy Cottages, Ramshackle Retreats, Funky Forts, and Whatever Else We Could Squeeze in Here. Subscribe to the MAKE Podcast in iTunes, download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube. Gareth reviewed Deek's book not to long ago on the site: The book is a hoot and an inspiration, crammed with Deek's designs -- from practical to pie in the sky -- for "micro-houses," small backyard retreats, kid forts, treehouses, and other no-cost/low-cost outbuildings. The emphasis here is on fun and clever use of recycled materials. Deek did all the hand-lettering and the book is obsessively illustrated with wonderfully wacky cartoons and design drawings. As he himself describes it in the video: "A carpal tunnel-inducing barrage of dime store pen sketches." More: Humble Homes, Simple Shacks... preview and giveaway Another Tiny Yellow House Introducing: the Hickshaw Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE Video | Digg this!

DATE: Tue, 24 Aug 2010
SIZE: 52.2 MB
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Circuit Skills: Surface Mount Devices, sponsored by Jameco Electronics

I've tried my hand at quite a few different methods for circuit building — breadboard, perfboard, custom etching, even some boardless freeform wiring, but somehow, I never got around to using surface-mount parts (until now, that is). Understandably, many balk at the idea of soldering the infamously tiny SMD packages, but once equipped with the right tools, and a bit of patience, you too can solder your own teeny-tiny circuitry. Subscribe to the MAKE Podcast in iTunes, download the m4v video directly, or watch it on YouTube and Vimeo. As my first build in the format, I decided to go with a simple and familiar schematic — the light-sensitive oscillator (aka "phototheremin") as originally described in Forrest Mims' book Timer, Op Amp and Optoelectronic Circuits & Projects. Once I got the hang of securing each part in place for soldering, the rest of the process was more or less straightforward, and the circuit worked the first time I tested it. Though I didn't run into any major snags, I'll likely do at least a couple things differently next time. Firstly, I used .032" diameter solder for the build, but .015" would have deposited an appropriately smaller amount of molten solder on each pad. Also, I would like to try using some sticky solder flux instead of adhesive gum, to keep the parts in place. Happily, the SO-8 pattern protoboard I used was a perfect fit for this little test-build. A few of these boards, plus a variety of SMD parts and related tools, can be picked up as a bundle from Jameco. If you decide to have a go at building your own electronic tinyness, we'd love to check out the results! Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Electronics | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 13 Aug 2010
SIZE: 23.6 MB
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Weekend Project: Easy Pitch Control Hack

Make audio circuits sing higher and lower. Thanks go to Peter Edwards for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. To download The Easy Pitch Control Hack video click here and subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete Easy Pitch Control Hack article in MAKE Volume 23 This Weekend Project is sponsored by Livescribe. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Weekend Projects | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 13 Aug 2010
SIZE: 0.89 MB
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Weekend Project: Easy Pitch Control Hack (PDF)

Make audio circuits sing higher and lower. Thanks go to Peter Edwards for the original article in MAKE, Volume 23. View the PDF of this project. and then subscribe to MAKE magazine for other great projects you can do over the weekend. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in MAKE PDF | Digg this!

DATE: Fri, 30 Jul 2010
SIZE: 28.3 MB
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Weekend Project: iPhone Screen Repair

Replace the broken glass of an iPhone 3G. Thanks go to Morten Skogly for the original article in MAKE, Volume 22. To download The iPhone Screen Repair video click here and subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete iPhone Screen Repair article in MAKE Volume 22 or you can see it in our Digital Edition. This Weekend Project is sponsored by Livescribe. Read more | Permalink | Comments | Read more articles in Weekend Projects | Digg this!

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