If you’re in the Bay Area May 30th and 31st and want to win a free pass to Maker Faire, here’s your chance! Phil is a judge in this CNET contest so go enter! Adafruit will be at Maker Faire this year as usual, hope to see you there!
During the past few years, the world has rediscovered the joys of do-it-yourself (or DIY) projects, and everywhere you look these days, you can see people building things themselves rather than buying them from others.
A big part of this revolution has been Make magazine, and its Maker Faires, festivals–which celebrate the DIY spirit in all its manifestations–which take place each year in San Mateo, Calif…
The event’s organizers have given me 20 passes to award CNET News readers. And all you have to do to win one is tell me, in 150 words or less, how you would use DIY to remake America (the event’s theme).
It’s a broad topic, I admit, and I’m sure there are an infinite number of ideas that could win. But in order to pick the best 20, I’m going to turn to my celebrity judge, Make magazine senior editor Phil Torrone.
So, send your 150-words-max ideas to me at daniel(dot)terdiman-*at*-cnet(dot)com by May 8 (please include the words “Maker Faire contest” in your e-mail subject line, as well as your full name in your e-mail), and maybe I’ll be seeing you at Maker Faire.
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