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How to Make polymer clay Pokeballs with Fimo

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The reliable and affordable desktop pick-and-place machine for every workshop. Assemble your own PCB prototypes, get to market faster.

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And the name of the newest Star Trek television series is... Star Trek: Discovery, with the show's main ship called the U.S.S. Discovery (NCC-1031). Executive Producer Bryan Fuller revealed the details and debuted the logo today during a standing-room-only “Star Trek 50th Anniversary” panel in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con.

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TinyCircuits (@TinyCircuits) | Twitter

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Grow.Bar: Managed Indoor Grow System for Your Home by Torsten Schulz — Kickstarter

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TinyCircuits (@TinyCircuits) | Twitter

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CONCORD- Five Cox Mill High School students want to send their project into space, but they need $5,400 to do it.

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For how to store all your healthy foods. Stay healthy with proper storage.

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Let these 10 kids tell you how to inspire your child’s creativity.

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LittleBits Electronics Kits Defy Conventions - WSJ

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'Barbie' Leads Charge Of The Drones At New York Toy Fair

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AirSelfie is the only portable flying camera integrated into your mobile phone cover.

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Check this pin for details on how to win the grand prize of $ 500 or one of two Mr. Coffee® Café Latte makers in the Mr. Coffee® Brand Coffeehouse at Home contest. And don’t forget to register your board at http://www.mrcoffee.com/mrcclg004 #mrcoffeelatte Contest ends 12/3/12 -- good luck!

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Grow.Bar: The most enjoyable & convenient way to bring fresh organic nutrient rich microgreens to your home.

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Join the community of growers, chefs and gardening enthusiast. Grow your own tiny vegetables in your kitchen, at work or school.

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MEMENTO is a customizable, 3D printed wearable video jewelry piece by mode++. Share your moments with your MEMENTO.

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CONCORD- Five Cox Mill High School students want to send their project into space, but they need $5,400 to do it.

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Dave does an inspection before the TinyScreen+ Panel goes into the oven

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Show and Tell: Tiny Arcade Game by Tiny Circuits out of Akron, Ohio

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Dave Kearns (@DaveK0101) | Twitter

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Piper is a DIY computer kit for kids to learn engineering through Minecraft

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Grow.Bar: The most enjoyable & convenient way to bring fresh organic nutrient rich microgreens to your home.

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Grow.Bar Microgreens: The most enjoyable & convenient way to bring fresh organic nutrients to your home.

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Super Small Arduino Uno: An Introduction to TinyDuino (TinyCircuits)

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CONCORD- Five Cox Mill High School students want to send their project into space, but they need $5,400 to do it.

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The Micro Bit is a small piece of programmable, wearable hardware that helps kids learn basic coding and programming.

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TinyScreen+ boards after screen attachment and final test. Ready to go!

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