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Maker Faire 2014: Maker space race, nanosatellites and the invader challenge

April 30, 2014


Maker Faire UK is an open invite to participate in science, crafts and technology from the world of maker projects. In this second post on Maker Faire 2014, the bases include nanosatellite launches and teaching kids binary with an alien invader. The Maker Space Race is on. Thanks to the Kickstarter initiative ‘Kicksat‘, pledges helped […]

Maker Faire 2014: Festival kicks in with cool science and electronic wizardry

April 30, 2014


Maker Faire UK is an annual event to savour and Newcastle’s Centre For Life provides the perfect venue to showcase projects from the cream of maker culture. From hacking online games to cloud laser projection systems, robotics, printmaking and laser cutting, there was an eclectic menu of fun and fantastic activities on offer. Simply wandering […]

Secrecy loves irony: the NSA’s agony aunt and Snowden hits the conferences

April 20, 2014


Anybody getting hot under the collar about the US National Security Agency (NSA) and Britain’s GCHQ getting all buddy buddy and exchanging everyone’s personal information and undermining the integrity of the internet, it’s time you lightened up. The agency has. I mean who couldn’t crack a smile about the news that the NSA has it’s […]

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