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  • Jed Berk will be there to talk about autonomous flocking behaviour in robotic blimps, Make editor Mark Frauenfelder will be there to introduce the new issue and chat with you about general makery, and Issue 7 (Back Yard Biology) will be there for you to peruse and purchase, which includes an article on making a home mushroom growing lab by our friend Phil Ross.

    Boing Boing: August 6, 2006 - August 12, 2006 Archives

  • The probability of finding prospective beaus with inappropriate facial hair is much lower there than other match-makery sites…


  • Was there Someone perhaps guiding them, so it wasn't just the makery in Hatrack that drew them, but rather the same One who had brought Alvin to this town?

    Alvin Journeyman

  • Ek is dus verplig om te reageer op ongetoetste bewerings en verdag - makery.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • No doubt there are wonderfully ancient things shown to travellers, -- as in Glammis Castle you may see the identical four-posted bedstead -- a very creditable piece of cabinet-makery -- in which King Malcolm was murdered a thousand years ago.

    The Book-Hunter A New Edition, with a Memoir of the Author

  • So he concluded it must mean a trunk and saddle makery.

    Rollo in Holland

  • Tim Anderson, who does the awesome Heirloom Technology column in MAKE, has a zillion great Instructables covering all manner of indigenous tech, shop tips, tool hacks, and other flaky golden biscuits of makery goodness.

    Timbuktu Chronicles

  • When there’s nothing on and I don’t want to move off the sofa, I can flick channels and somewhere, somewhere there will be CSI and I can watch lots of people killing lots of airtime putting unidentified liquids into test tubes with eye droppers and then putting the test tubes into whirry ice-cream makery type thingies.

    George Michael: What Drug Problem?


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