I’m honored to be mentioned in two great publications this month (available online or on the news-stands very soon)
One is Technology Review (which among other things is the MIT alumni magazine). Kate Green writes about Adafruit & myself along with my most-excellent peers & fellow alumni Bunnie (Chumby) & Eric W. (Instructables) on a good review of the current state of open source hardware. Read all about it here
Next is WIRED magzine, where Clive Thompson writes about Arduino, its growing popularity and “How to make $$$ with open source hardware”
I’m excited to see that open source hardware is getting more and more coverage – I have definitely seen a big increase in OSH lately and I’m sure more press will get some of the talented engineers out there thinking about how to publish their next project.
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