Great round-up from the Scientific American Blog.
Whether it is for a family reunion, holiday picnic, birthday party, or just a nice Tuesday evening, the warm weather and waning summer sunsets tend to bring people out of their homes and into each other’s company. These gatherings might have your local favorites – like bocce, cornhole, croquet, washers, or volleyball – but what about bringing a little problem-solving to your fun festivities?
Team up with the young (or young at heart) and see what unique solutions you can come up with. The ingenuity of your 7-year-old cousin may surprise you!
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Maker Business — Lessons Learned Scaling Airbnb 100X
Wearables — Start with a sketch
Electronics — When do I use X10?
Biohacking — What I Learned from Weighing Myself 15 Times in a Day
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