Hear what I’ve been up to on the latest Make(Break) Podcast!
For me, the past two years have been all about bringing Shaper Origin to the world. Hear all about it in this week’s Make(Break) Podcast!
RainCloud Umbrella Minder v2 – (The Easy Version)
The RainCloud Umbrella stand lights up when you need to bring your umbrella with you. Now, it’s easier than ever to build it – no programming required!
Making Engineering Accessible with Arduino (Guest Post on Amazon’s Tech.Book Blog)
In a recent guest post on Amazon.com’s Tech.Book Blog, I explored a modern shift in technologies and education that has made engineering more accessible to the general public than ever before.
Re-“Making” Education (Guest Post on the Open Electronics Blog)
This is the age of the maker. There is no denying that at this time in human history, makers have the power to do extraordinary things – building social networks that connect billions of people, designing new medical technologies that save lives, and creating cars that can drive themselves.
Reporting In from the 2012 Open Hardware Summit and World Maker Faire
I just got back from the 3rd annual Open Hardware Summit and World Maker Faire. It’s been a whirlwind week of robots, 3D Printers, inspiring talks, education, networking and more. I’m excited to share all the details!
e14 Blog Post: How Start-ups are Changing Everything
As I’ve mentioned before, entrepreneurship is something I’m rather passionate about. With the recent founding of the PopShop co-working space, my time spent at NYC start-ups BlueStamp Engineering and MakerBot Industries, and my involvement with Cornell’s new NYC Tech Campus, I’ve become very excited about how start-ups are fundamentally changing[…]
Back from the Dead: I report in on the ZombieTech Podcast
After my first guest spot on the ZombieTech podcast back Spetember 2011, I’m back for more! In this episode I discussed 3D printing, the Cornell NYC Tech Campus, the PopShop, Blum Idea Labs, the every1Campaign, and much more! I also describe my tactics regarding the usage of bamboo to survive a Zombie Apocalypse.
Guest on the ZombieTech Podcast
Ever wanted to know how I would survive in a zombie apocalypse? What tools would I bring? How would I prepare food? Would I be able to survive without arduinos in a post-apocalyptic zombie-infested world? These are questions that I had never pondered, until tymkrs invited me to answer these questions on[…]
Open Hardware Summit and Maker Faire Wrapup
Yes, that’s me with the Arduino Team at Makerfaire! If you follow me on twitter, then you’ll certainly know that I spent last weekend in New York City for the 2nd Annual Open Hardware Summit and the 2011 World Maker Faire. I covered the Open Hardware Summit for element14 Electronics (hence[…]