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  1. Linkdump: September 2014
  2. Maker Faire New York 2014
  3. From the archives: Pumpkin Spice Truffles
  4. From the mailbag: Bulbdial Clock Kit
  5. Squishy Circuits on Science Friday
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Linkdump: September 2014

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Maker Faire New York 2014

Hall of Science Mosaic

Next weekend, September 20-21, we’ll be at Maker Faire New York at the New York Hall of Science. I will be participating in the Making Makers panel on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 on the Make: Live Stage, and Windell will be helping out at the Let’s Make Robots booth and will be bringing along an EggBot Pro.


From the archives: Pumpkin Spice Truffles


With all the pumpkin spice jokes flowing around the internet recently, it’s time to remind everyone how easy it is to make your own pumpkin spice flavored things. Way back in 2007, we published a recipe for making your own pumpkin spice chocolate truffles (hint: no pumpkin involved) and you can use the spice blend on anything at all. (Pumpkin spice Raspberry Pi, anyone?)


From the mailbag: Bulbdial Clock Kit

Bruce B. wrote in to say:

I recently bought one of your Bulbdial clock kits. I just wanted to send a quick note to say that your step-by-step guide was the BEST guide I have ever seen, for anything. I have assembled many an item in my years and instruction sets vary from useless to marginally worthwhile. The Bulbdial guide was amazing! You should publish a step-by-step guide on how to write step-by-step guides :)
Oh, and the clock is amazing as well!


Squishy Circuits on Science Friday

Our good friend AnnMarie Thomas will be on Science Friday today talking about Squishy Circuits. The show broadcasts from 2-4 pm Eastern.


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