Month: January 2007

UPDATED: Aqua Teen Hunger Force LED art shuts down Boston

UPDATED: Aqua Teen Hunger Force LED art shuts down Boston

Josh writes in with news that Boston police & authorities are detonating blinky Aqua Teen Hunger Force art – Ignignokt from Aqua Teen has been a reoccuring theme in art projects and random builds. Were these Ignignokts left around Boston a part of an alternative art project gone awry? I love how CBS describes a […]

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Space Invaders – worldwide art project

Space Invaders – worldwide art project

Wooster has an update about the worldwide Space Invader art project that seems to appear in every city – “Along with hundreds of thousands of people from all over the world, we’ve been obsessed by Space Invader’s work for years. This week, Invader updated his website, and for the first time, posted a Q&A which […]

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Overclocking Core 2 motherboards

I like how Extremetech doesn’t just review new motherboards, they rate them on how well they can be overclocked… “When it comes to selecting a motherboard, you’ve got a bunch of factors to consider: Form factor, features, stability, performance, and price are a few that jump to mind. Some of us, however, look at one […]

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Stitched Mixed Media Art by aquarabbit

Julie of Subversive Cross Stitch pointed me to the beautiful stitched mixed media art by Dana Robson of aquarabbit. From the site, “My pieces start with an idea, a feeling, or just a simple picture, and I like the way they expand and change, showing me what they want to be. I like exploring the […]

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Akihabara, Eat your heart out

Akihabara, Eat your heart out

One of our Maker is over in Shenzhen and did a fantastic write up of the electronics district, SEG Electronics Market – “Ten years ago, Akihabara was the place to be for the latest electronics and knick knacks and components. I’m convinced the new place to be is the SEG Electronics Market in Shenzhen (although […]

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HOW TO – Remaking a Maker bag

HOW TO – Remaking a Maker bag

Lenore from Evil Mad Scientist writes – “Last year at the Maker Faire they gave away nifty canvas tote bags that have nice large handles and are a great shape and size. The recent call for proposals for this year’s Maker Faire has just reminded us (1) that we need to choose a project to […]

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