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Give yourself — or a friend — a year of inspiration.

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More issues and a larger format means more MAKE!
"Based on your feedback, we're happy to announce that starting in 2014, MAKE will be published SIX times a year. Readers will get two more issues at the same great value. In addition, MAKE will be published in a new LARGER format, allowing us to cover more projects in an even more visually compelling way. Thank you for supporting MAKE and being a part of the maker community. We are looking forward to a bigger and better 2014!" - Dale Dougherty, publisher of MAKE magazine.

 

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About MAKE

MAKE Magazine brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life. MAKE is loaded with exciting projects that help you make the most of your technology at home and away from home. We celebrate your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will.


Published as a quarterly since February 2005, MAKE is a hybrid magazine/book (known as a mook in Japan). MAKE comes from O'Reilly, the Publisher of Record for geeks and tech enthusiasts everywhere. It follows in line with the Hacks books and Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks, but it takes a highly visual and personal approach.


Our premiere issue showed you how to get involved in kite aerial photography — taking pictures with a camera suspended from a kite — and how to build an inexpensive rig to hold your camera.


We've shown you how to make a wide variety of projects, including: a Twittering cat toy, a video camera stabilizer (a do-it-yourself alternative to an expensive Steadicam®), a cigar box guitar, a hydrogen-oxygen bottle rocket, and a five-in-one cable adapter for connecting to networks. Some projects are strictly for fun, others are very practical, and still others are absolutely astounding. In addition, we keep you informed about groundbreaking new DIY technologies, like Arduino microcontrollers and 3D printing.

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