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Author: Mark Frauenfelder Ed.
ISBN13: 978-0596009229
Title: MAKE: Technology on Your Time Vol. 1
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Language: English
Category: Hardware and DIY
Publisher: Maker Media, Inc (February 8, 2005)
Pages: 224

MAKE: Technology on Your Time Vol. 1 by Mark Frauenfelder Ed.



Series: Make: Technology on Your Time (Book 1). Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: Maker Media, Inc (February 8, 2005). ISBN-13: 978-0596009229. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches.

Mark Frauenfelder Ed. One of the best magazines around for teenagers (and others!) who love to use their creativity. Beautiful illustrations, great copy, and superb ideas. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Making Small Workshop Tools (Workshop Practice).

Make : technology on your time. Mark Frauenfelder Ed. Collections. inlibrary, printdisabled,, china. Sponsor & Contributor. More information on Archive. About the BookReader Report a problem. Vol. 01 called also premiere issue. Includes bibliographical references. Often coined "the bible of the Tech DIY movement" MAKE has coalesced a passionate if rather unorthodox following of geeks, gearheads, tech enthusiasts, hackers, tinkerers and artists united by a common compulsion to reconfigure the technology in their lives; even when it means violating a manufacturer's warranty or two.

Author: Mark Frauenfelder Ed. and Mark Frauenfelder.

MAKE focuses on cool things you can do to make technology work the way you want it to. The publication is inspired by our bestselling Hacks series books but with a twist. MAKE is a mook (rhymes with book). We ve combined the excitement, unexpectedness, and visual appeal of a magazine with the permanence and in-depth instructiveness of a how-to book. Whether you're a geek or hacker who delights in creating new uses for technology, or a Saturday afternoon tinkerer who loves to get his hands dirty, you'll keep every issue of MAKE on your bookshelf for years.

Date Added: 01-12-2018 01:15:57. Make - Technology on Your Time Volume 32 - Mark Frauenfelder. Get ready for the coolest issue of MAKE. Our special kids issue is filled with exciting and fun projects to make your weekend or science fair a blast. Revisiting Talwar. MAKE (ISSN 1556-2336) is published quarterly by O’Reilly Media, Inc. in the months of February, May, Au. and Nov. O’Reilly Media is located at 1005 Gravenstein Hwy.

Until recently, home automation was an unfulfilled promise - systems were gimmicky, finicky, user-hostile, or potentially unsecure. But today, thanks to a new crop of devices and technologies, home automation is useful, fun, and maker-friendly. Using smartphones, wireless networks, the internet, simple microcontrollers, and even gesture recognition, DIY-style Smart Homes can now do everything.

Issue 21 offers the know-how you need to make three-dimensional parts with inexpensive computer-controlled manufacturing equipment. Perfect for individuals and small groups, these detailed how-to articles cover the use of both additive (RepRap, CandyFab) and subtractive (Lumenlab Micro CNC) systems. me Make Technology on Your Time Volume 21. nl/download/Make: Technology on Your Time, Volume 21. Tagged: Make.

If you like to tweak, disassemble, re-create, and invent cool new uses for technology, you'll love MAKE our new quarterly publication for the inquisitive do-it-yourselfer. Every issue is packed with projects to help you make the most of all the technology in your life. Everything from home entertainment systems, to laptops, to a host of PDAs is fair game. If there's a way to hack it, tweak it, bend it, or remix it, you will find out about it in MAKE.This isn't another gadget magazine. MAKE focuses on cool things you can do to make technology work the way you want it to. The publication is inspired by our bestselling Hacks series books but with a twist. MAKE is a mook (rhymes with book). We ve combined the excitement, unexpectedness, and visual appeal of a magazine with the permanence and in-depth instructiveness of a how-to book. Whether you're a geek or hacker who delights in creating new uses for technology, or a Saturday afternoon tinkerer who loves to get his hands dirty, you'll keep every issue of MAKE on your bookshelf for years to come. Our premier issue, available in February 2005, includes 220 pages packed with tips and tricks, including:

how to create a $14 stabilizer for your video camera with readily available household itemshow to use an ordinary kite to take extraordinary professional quality aerial digital photoshow to get rid of that tangle of wires by creating your own 5-in-1 network cablehow to decipher the magnetic stripe on your credit card to find out what your credit card company really knows about you and lots more!Every quarter, MAKE will contain a unique set of innovative ideas and creations for a variety of new technologies, including mobile devices, in-car computers, web services, digital media, wireless and home networking, and computer hardware.
Reviews: 7
Karon
I stumbled across Make: in a retail store and bought a copy. Nearly fifteen bucks for a "magazine" is pretty spendy for me, but minimal advertising and lots of interesting articles and reviews hooked me. I've since subscribed, but when I found out Amazon had back issues at discounted prices, I had to pick up the issues I had missed. In addition to gaining the confidence to try to repair some things I previously considered "disposable", I learned about a drain-cleaning tool that more than paid for all of the issues I've purchased in the money it saved me on a call to a drain-cleaning service.

From super low-tech incredibly hi-tech, there is something to interest most tinkerers here.
Damdyagab
My first impression of the magazine, before I even opened it, was that it was very wonderfully designed. The width and height are smaller than a regular magazine, but it's about four times as thick. The paper quality is also great, so there's absolutely no need to worry about a cheap magazine being thrown together. It's a very impressive package for a debut issue, and it has the feel of a well-established magazine -- one that's been around for quite some time.

As far as content goes, the articles are interesting (assuming you enjoy reading about technology, electronics, mechanics, etc.) and fun. There is 'hardware' content as well as software and internet topics (Gmail hacks, weblog software, etc.). Personally, I enjoy reading about these things even if I don't plan to do them myself, and if you are that way as well, then you might want to check out a copy of the magazine and see if you like it.

I haven't even fully read the first issue yet, but already I'm very impressed with the look and feel of it as a whole.
Wohald
Learning and be a geek on your time
Narim
I have a handful of Make: copies, and plan on fleshing out the rest of the back catalog. I'm considering a subscription. Even if you don't have a workshop, these "magazines" (more like little books, actually) are great for stimulating your mind and reminding you that making things isn't just something that other people do.
Reggy
Nice magazine, read it once then read it again, then make things that will really work like they say it should.
Livina
Love this mag.
I am a full time subscriber now and would never consider canceling.
It is a bit expensive as mags go but well worth it for any DIYer
Enone
Good magazine if you like doing things by yourself or just want to see what others are doing.

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One of the best magazines around for teenagers (and others!) who love to use their creativity. Beautiful illustrations, great copy, and superb ideas.