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How to Make a PCB at Home - Step By Step Guide

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We can make a PCB at home quite easily. Only you need to follow some steps for making your own PCB. So here are the tools and materials required and a complete guide on how to make a PCB at home.

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Programming Pi Games With Bare Metal Assembly

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While the most common use for a Raspberry Pi is probably a media center PC or retro game emulator, the Pi was designed as an educational computer meant to be an easy-to-use system in the hands of millions of students.


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Free to Forge: Open Source 3D-Printed Metal Mesh Furniture | Urbanist

Free to Forge: Open Source 3D-Printed Metal Mesh Furniture | Urbanist | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
Completed by a robot programmed to extrude material in midair, the world’s first fully 3D-printed metal furniture shows off a fresh range of ...
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Maker Faire 2014: A Drone's Eye View

3D Robotics shot incredible footage of Maker Faire Bay Area 2014 all weekend long, using their IRIS autonomous aerial vehicle. Check out the video they produced from their footage. Thank you...
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Space Symposium speaker: Businesses getting the message about cyber security - Colorado Springs Gazette

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Space Symposium speaker: Businesses getting the message about cyber security
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But it appears the Target breach was enough to compel many U.S.
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Some Dude Hacks Microwave, Puts Manufacturers to Shame - Reviewed.com Ovens

Some Dude Hacks Microwave, Puts Manufacturers to Shame - Reviewed.com Ovens | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
Microwave manufacturers take note: You’re doing it wrong, and some guy from New Zealand just showed you up.
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9 Robots That Are Stealing Our Jobs

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9 Robots That Are Stealing Our Jobs AOL Jobs Kurzweil's predictions have pegged such a time as still being many years away (our brains will supposedly be powered by computers in 2035), but already in the here and now, we have early examples of how...

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Build your own AT-ST stencil with a computer-controlled router

Build your own AT-ST stencil with a computer-controlled router | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
3D printers aren't the only tool in town. (Build your own AT-ST stencil with a computer-controlled router #technology http://t.co/Fob6VCDwTT)
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Teach Kids how to Code, Make Apps and 3-D Models With These Tools - The Digital Shift

Teach Kids how to Code, Make Apps and 3-D Models With These Tools - The Digital Shift | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
The best applications for teaching basic programming skills—no geek cred required to use them successfully in your classroom or library. Other apps enable kids to build 3-D models, which they can print, too.

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Tamara Cox's curator insight, November 14, 2013 1:32 PM

apps for introducing coding skills

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A Librarian's Guide to Makerspaces: 16 Resources | Denver Mini ...

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Ellyssa Kroski March 12, 2013 oedb.org Makerspaces, sometimes also referred to as hackerspaces, hackspaces, and fablabs are creative, DIY spaces where people can gather to create, invent, and learn. In libraries they ...

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2014 Call for Projects - SpaceGAMBIT

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SpaceGAMBIT is an open-source, hackerspace space program. We believe in building humanity into a spacefaring civilization, and we see collaboration and the maker movement as a way to get there. We are launching our second round of project funding with … Continue reading →
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How to reverse engineer a schematic from a circuit board - All

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This project is a result of needing to service a domestic electronic item without being able to obtain a circuit diagram. The process proved to be very long and painstaking, but also very rewarding. The steps presented here are not exact, and you will no doubt find your own way of working which is more effective in the case of any particular board. However, I believe the basic procedure is essentially correct for the majority of boards which are too complex to reliably hand trace. Without the need to invent the process, things should progress more quickly. For simple boards, it is probably better to use pencil and paper to draw the board onto squared paper, replacing components with their symbols, and changing track crossing places to avoid components. For complex boards, it is too easy to lose your place using this method. The next "level" of complexity from a ...

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3 hours to Docker fundamentals: Jumpstart your Docker knowledge

This tutorial focuses on providing an in-depth understanding of Docker and how to containerize Python web applications. Docker provides a mechanism for low overhead virtualization and can be a key aspect of a DevOps architecture. 


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Raspberry Pi Powered Camera Makes its Own Instant GIFs | Gadgets, Science & Technology

Raspberry Pi Powered Camera Makes its Own Instant GIFs | Gadgets, Science & Technology | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
GIFs are coming back in a big way, and soon you won’t need to have any special computer skills to make one. OTTO is a customizable camera powered by ...
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OpenWorm: A Digital Organism In Your Browser

OpenWorm is building the first complete simulation of an entire organism and bringing it to your web browser (Ending soon — OpenWorm, an open science project that aims to create the first complete digital organism:
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Ask an Expert: All About Making and DIY Electronics - Lifehacker

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Ask an Expert: All About Making and DIY Electronics
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Say hello to Mark Frauenfelder.
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Stretch your circuit's battery life by putting your PIC to sleep

Stretch your circuit's battery life by putting your PIC to sleep | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
[Rajendra Bhatt] wrote in to share the latest in a series of PIC tutorials, which covers the microcontroller’s Sleep mode - a very useful tool for limiting current consumption in battery-powered ap...
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While most projects are very low on power consumption. this method allows you to save even further.

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Tricks to instantly boost your Wi-Fi for computers, tablets and other gadgets | Komando.com

Tricks to instantly boost your Wi-Fi for computers, tablets and other gadgets | Komando.com | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
Is your Wi-Fi signal not cutting it? Here are some simple ways to make it go the distance.... (RT @kimkomando: Here are my very best tricks to instantly boost your Wi-Fi for computers, tablets and other gadgets.
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Using JavaScript to program an Arduino | Platformability

Using JavaScript to program an Arduino | Platformability | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
We have a great culture of innovation here at Caplin. That's why we regularly organise hack days and encourage people to take dev days to work on new and cool

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Build a DIY Sliding Door Bookshelf to Hide Your Secret Lair - Lifehacker

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Build a DIY Sliding Door Bookshelf to Hide Your Secret Lair
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I don't know about you, but I will never outgrow my child-like desire to have secret passages and hidden rooms in my house.

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How to Make a Super Secret Book Safe

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Need to stash a couple small valuables and your super secret Moleskin journal in a place where no one will ever find them? Get yourself some glue, a few cutting tools and a fairly thick book, and you'll have all of the utensils you need to make yourself a nifty book safe that can be discreetly tucked away in your bookshelf when you're finished making it. So, the next time you need a hiding place for your two-dollar bills, or you simply want to give an ultra-cool gift for your sneaky friends, this is the perfect weekend project for you. Got your own sneaky techniques for hiding your precious
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Using JavaScript to program an Arduino | Platformability

Using JavaScript to program an Arduino | Platformability | Zero1 Nation Magazine | Scoop.it
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