Looking for what to do this Halloween weekend? Here are several activities for technology and science enthusiasts that can please both families and adults alike.
Post on Oct 26, 2010 by Laura Khalil
Looking to be inspired for your next DIY project? Here are a couple Bay Area makers that will spark your imagination and get you on track to building your next project.
Post on Oct 19, 2010 by Laura Khalil
When I think of an amateur biologist, I imagine a bird watcher. Or perhaps someone investigating a stream or counting fish. What I don't think of is people tinkering with life in their garages. And yet some folks are doing just that.
Post on Jan 21, 2009 by Dr. Barry Starr
When we started working on this project, we thought it would be easy to find people to interview: D.I.Y.ers with a passion for sustainable building who were testing out new technologies in their backyards. We found a handful of great subjects, but we never quite tapped into that centralized hub we'd envisioned. And that, it turned out, was the point. When you're a D.I.Y.er, you tend to D things Y.
Post on Aug 01, 2008 by Amy Standen
Do-it-yourself tabletop biosphere..Last season, QUEST TV went on a field trip to the Maker Faire to see some of the wacky do-it-yourself things coming out of people’s garage work shops. This season, we took Quest Radio Editor Andrea Kissack out to the Make Magazine Test Lab to tinker and experiment with some of our favorite [...]
Post on Apr 15, 2008 by Chris Bauer