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Intricate geometric designs are the hallmark of this Japanese marquetry technique. http://ow.ly/nHDB304vDF1
Taking a look at the amazing marquetry known as Yosegi-zaiku from the mountain region of Hakone, Japan.
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You can carbonate your fruit for a refreshing, fizzy snack. http://ow.ly/xb3q304vBZK
For a fizzy tingle, add a little CO2 to your fruit with alka seltzer tablets.
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Jay Kravitz has been making large scale art pieces for years, but what he's really passionate about building are communities. http://ow.ly/G414304vBgJ
Jay has helped produce Maker Faire for years, but has been playing with fire and metal for many years beyond that.
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Autobots Assemble! Arizona cosplayers and a director team up for this awesome homage to the original Transformers series. http://ow.ly/znA8304t3uH
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This artist is making incredibly cool ceramic prints with his 3D printer and clay extruder system. http://ow.ly/1L3I304t03t
It's taken many prototypes, but Taekyeom Lee has created a 3D printer that can extrude clay to create ceramic sculptures.
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Lisa Fetterman went from foodie to maker in her quest to make sous vide devices affordable for the chef at home. http://ow.ly/7AYa304qIhG
Lisa Fetterman was a cooking enthusiast who wanted to make sous vide devices more affordable, and that meant learning some maker skills.
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The layout of your makerspace can really help the flow and functionality of your space. http://ow.ly/xnkt304vCfK
When planning a makerspace, most think about designing for creativity. It’s important to think about the types of projects that will be completed in the sp
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Hungry for something spooky this #Halloween, then you might want to whip up one of Christine McConnell's Deceptive Desserts http://ow.ly/yVcF304vBr4
Christine McConnell's latest cookbook combines her love of monsters and vintage style into one enticing collection of desserts.
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Making costume plans for #Halloween? Here's a Pinterest board 4 some of our fave projects/tutorials #MakeHalloween http://ow.ly/mr3I304tL8N
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Homemade hot sauce doesn't have to be complicated! http://ow.ly/oQVi304t0ZT
Making your own hot sauce is so easy and rewarding, you might never go back to store-bought sauce ever again!
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I saw this article in the magazine. Very good but should come with safety warning. Wear gloves and eye protection. 
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Alex Weiss and Ruwan Subasinghe are trying to make growing your own food an easier option for fresh produce. http://ow.ly/RwyB304sZJ0
Alex Weiss and Ruwan Subasinghe latest adventure includes a foray into small scale farming... the nanofarm!
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EspoTek's Labrador boasts oscilloscopes, logic analyzer, and multimeter in one small package. http://ow.ly/mF7W304qHZr
For a board that includes a multimeter, oscilloscope, and logic analyzer, the EspoTek's Labrador seems like a promising option.
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Make: unites, inspires, informs, and entertains a growing community of resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements, and garages. Each summer, we're excited to offer Maker Camp right here on Google+.
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Make: celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your will. The MAKE audience continues to be a growing culture and community that believes in bettering ourselves, our environment, our educational system — our entire world. This is much more than an audience, it's a worldwide movement that Make is leading — we call it the Maker Movement.