Month: September 2014

Drones Doing Good

Drones Doing Good

Check out the winners of the Drone Social Innovation Award, and a few interesting runners-up. The Drone User Group Network established this prize to promote use of drones for the public good.

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Eagle Scout Project: 3D Printing In A Public Library

Eagle Scout Project: 3D Printing In A Public Library

A large part of obtaining Eagle scout status is to do a project that benefits the community. Often these are things like park benches, drinking fountains, etc. Jacob Bruner had different ideas though. He wanted to bring 3D printing to his community. I especially loved the fact that this project doesn’t just provide something to […]

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Klapthor’s Robots and the Atlanta Maker Faire

Klapthor’s Robots and the Atlanta Maker Faire

If you live in or around Atlanta, Georgia, or will be there on the weekend of October 4th and 5th, you should consider attending Maker Faire Atlanta. It will take place in downtown Decatur, and parking and other information on attending the event can be found here. If you’re wondering what will be there, an […]

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Build it: Make Your Own Backyard Fire Pit

Build it: Make Your Own Backyard Fire Pit

Excited for bonfire-and-s’mores season? Make your backyard or outdoor space the new fall hangout with this backyard fire pit tutorial!

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