Maker Faire Ticket Giveaway

We have 4 extra Maker Fair tickets to give away to 4 lucky people. To qualify for one of these tickets, you must meet most (if not all) of the following requirements: 1. You must be at least 16 years of age 2. You must be a regular user of this website and willing to spend 2 hours hanging out at the Instructables booth talking about the site. 3. You should have an awesome project to bring. This project is ideally small, easily transportable and requires little to no setup. 4. You must be located in the Bay Area and able to get yourself to the Maker Faire. 5. You must like having fun with a whole bunch of fun people. If you think this describes you, send me a private message and let me know who you are, why you want to hang out at the Instructables booth and what you want to bring. The first four qualified people to contact me each get a ticket.

Posted by randofo 9 years ago


Revenge of the Maker

This one made the rounds a couple days ago, but in case you missed it...

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Who's Going to the Maker Faire?

Hey everyone! I was just wondering who was going to the maker faire! I thought it might be cool to meet some of the instructable go-ers'!

Posted by Robot Lover 8 years ago


Calgary Mini Maker Faire - Update

Calgary Mini Maker Faire is just weeks away from showtime.  This is the third year and the projects are amazing. Not an event to miss.  Tickets can be purchased here: http://www.sparkscience.ca/events/community/mini-maker-faire/view/2014-09-06 Feel free to message me if you have any questions. Calgary Mini Maker Faire September 6th and 7th, 2014 Telus Spark Science Centre

Posted by Jason Bedard 4 years ago


Manchester UK Mini-Maker Faire in July

News of another Maker Faire in the UK. The big Newcastle event has been postponed until next year. Its being held at the Manchester Museum of science and industry http://www.mosi.org.uk/whats-on/manchester-mini-maker-faire.aspx

Posted by steveastrouk 6 years ago


You know you're a maker when ...

... what? How would you finish that sentence?  I'm looking for a mix of humour and accurate observation in a few choice (family friendly) words.

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


American Maker Tomorrow

Just a reminder to go check out the [American Maker Event] in Chicago tomorrow. It promises to be a lot of fun and it has been announced that it will be hosted by the venerable Mister Jalopy. Also, be sure to say hi to Bilal! who will be silk screening pancakes, showing off his homemade laser cutter and handing out some Instructables robot stickers.(check back here for event pictures)

Posted by randofo 9 years ago


Maker Faire: Call for Entries

Maker Faire is holding auditions for Maker Faire on March 8. Have something you want to show and haven't already submitted it? Try wowing the Maker folks in person in San Jose. See also: Call for Makers Calling All Makers - Auditions for Maker Faire 2009 to be held on Sunday, March 8 In preparation for this year's event, a team from MAKE magazine (www.makezine.com) will be scheduling 15-minute appointments at The Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, March 8th, from noon to 4pm, to preview, and meet with, potential makers, crafters and inventors from the area. "We're looking for anyone who has something fun to share, something they've made with their hands," explains Dale Dougherty, Publisher & Editor of MAKE magazine. "It can be practical or impractical--it could be something simple like a creative costume or maybe some handmade jewelry. Or it could be something wild like a bike with ten wheels, or a dog-powered lawn mower. Whatever it is, the more creative and imaginative, the better!" Audition Details: When: Sunday, March 8th, 2009 (noon - 4pm) Where: The Tech Museum of Innovation 201 South Market Street San Jose, CA 95113-2008 (408) 795.6225 Admission: FREE Contact for Auditions and to schedule a 15-minute appointment: Sherry Huss, (707) 827-7074 or sherry@oreilly.com

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Win a Free Ticket to Maker Faire

Maker Faire is coming soon and we're going to be there. Will you? If you want to go, but haven't gotten a ticket yet, then check out this contest over at CNET where they're giving away 20 tickets to the event.Read the details below. It can't take you that long to write about DIY and America, right? Go for it and let us know if you win one.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).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. UPDATE: This is for the Maker Faire in California, not Texas. Win a free ticket to Maker Faire

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Maker as business

I have a question that has been bugging me.  is it unethical to open a business that caters to makers? I have a million and one hobbies and some of them run along with my work studies and i was just wondering if its been done to just open up a shop where people can get together to build projects together, or to sell items that are made as a business. it would seem to be a good idea from my perspective and seems to help all.   

Posted by mookiejones 6 years ago


Maker Faire unboxed - ZDNET

The Maker Faire, which took place over the weekend in San Mateo, Calif., celebrated the do-it-yourself ethos. This manifested in both the "makers" who brought their personal projects and the attendees, including the ones who chose to interact with the projects. The festival was the third in San Mateo, in addition to one held last fall in Austin, Texas. It is put on by the people behind Make magazine. In 2006, 20,000 people attended the Bay Area event. In 2007, that number swelled to 40,000. It is not clear how many people attended over the weekend. But if the hefty crowds were any indication, the figure surely increasedArticle and photo Gallery

Posted by Goodhart 10 years ago


Maker Faire This Weekend!

Is anyone going to be even close to Austin this weekend? If so, drop by our booth and say "hi" on Saturday or Sunday. We'd love to talk to you and give you some stickers. Our stuff is already heading out on a big ol' truck, but Canida and I will be heading out later this week to see what Austin, Texas has to offer and bask in the Texas atmosphere. Hope to see you there.

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Trying to build an "Electric Chai Maker"

Hello All, I just joined this forum. I am trying to make my own Chai maker. It needs to 1. Boil water+milk 2. Grind to paste ginger and some spices (https://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Chai/) 3. Mix the chai powder + spice pasto to boiling Milk+water. 4. Allow all the stuff to boil some time. 5. Filter the Chai. I am mainly looking for electric heaters and grinders which I need to use for this project. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks, K

Posted by kyfx2012 5 years ago


EMF camp

Anyone else in the UK heading to EMF camp at the end of August ? https://www.emfcamp.org/ Steve

Posted by steveastrouk 6 years ago


MakerBot are hiring in NYC

Fancy a job working for MakerBot?  They're hiring in the NYC area - check this link for details.

Posted by Kiteman 6 years ago


Current at Maker Faire

I'm sure you know that the Maker Faire is next weekend... and all of us at Current.com and Current TV are excited to share with you that we are going to be there! If you are going, please drop by our booth and introduce yourself (you can find us at booth #217-X). We'll have a very special DIY treat to share with you, and a full set of computers if you need a place to blog from (and for those of you interested in embarking in the wild world of vlogging, we'll have webcams too!) If you aren't going to the Maker Faire, then feel free to visit us at http://current.com/topics/32970052_maker_faire If there is something that you are just dying to learn more about or get a closer look at, we have a team of people on the ground with cameras in hand who can be your eyes and ears for you. Just email your questions on the above mentioned page, or email Leah at llamb@current.com. Videocan not parse options from: classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" width="400" height="400">, {width:425, height:350} And by all means, feel free to introduce you and your DIY blog by clipping your blog comments to the http://current.com/topics/32970052_maker_faire You make all sorts of things. We want to hear about it. PeaceAda

Posted by Ajala 10 years ago


North West UK Festival of Making

Hi, Just wondering if anyone was planning to go to the Festival of Making in Blackburn next weekend? https://festivalofmaking.co.uk/whats-on/ 6TH - 7TH MAY 2017 | BLACKBURN, LANCASHIRE It looks like it should be pretty interesting so I will be there and wondered if there were any other Instructable members planning to take the trip.  If there are let me know and ill keep my eye out to say hello :)  Also Ill probably wear an instructables shirt as I think its one of those events where the maker shirts have extra cultural capital :)

Posted by world of woodcraft 1 year ago


Seeking a arduino or similar hacker

I have a relatively small project that I need to build.  I have an overall project design in mind but am completely open to your input.  It will need to involve an LCD Screen capable of displaying a large decimal number and be connected to an internet webpage service (which I will provide) via Ethernet or wireless connection.

Posted by seanboice 6 years ago


Is it hard to make snow?

I've seen stuff around google. but, never trust the internet very much as like mythbusters last episode, it can lie.http://www.frankferris.com/SnowMakers/Pocket_Snowmaker/Brass1b.jpgA guy using a nossle like that, with compress air and a garden hose, claims with temps under 30F, and misty-compressed water, you can do this:http://www.frankferris.com/SnowMakers/Pocket_Snowmaker/Brass1.jpghttp://www.frankferris.com/SnowMakers/Pocket_Snowmaker/PocketSnowmaker7.jpgIs this real, and the main question, Is this ahrd to make, and How do you...

Posted by Killa-X 9 years ago


Instructables at Gulf Coast MakerCon 2015

We're hosting our 4th Annual DIY Festival of the Inventive Spirit, Gulf Coast MakerCon, at the Florida Fairgrounds on April 18th.  This year, because we've had such a great time with Instructables Build Nights, we're featuring a Year of Instructables projects at the event, with things like our DoDo Case build and our recent MaKey MaKey build night projects.  If anyone else is in the Tampa Bay area and would like to join in, let us know and we'll be sure to give you booth space!

Posted by EurekaFactory 3 years ago


(Idea) Offline Instructables Editor/maker

So I have had this idea in my head for some time now, and I finally went and tried it out. I'm always mad when I can't work on a instructable because the computer doesn't have internet, so i decided to try and make a editor that would edit and make instructable offline. I figure that i would gets this idea out in the open before going further because it does need some help from everyone here. I already thought up a way to make a type of file format. I took a zip file, put all the instructable files into it, and then renamed it a .ible file so it stands out as a instructable file. i have attached the test .ible fine on the forum so you can take a look at it(just rename it .zip to view it for now). i have a main config fine called CONFIG.instructable which contains all the basic things that it would need to know about the instructable. it tells it the title of the instructable, where to find the text for the intro, the pics for the intro, and then how many steps. there are then config files for each step. the names are simple, step1.config. in that it tells it the name of the step, what the name of the body text file is, and then how many pics are in it and the file names of them the thing is, this file means nothing if we can work out some way to upload it to instructables in a way that it is recognized as a instructable and loaded correctly. I figure that before I go and try to make a program that will make these files, I should ask if this is even possible. So what do you thinl?

Posted by dsman195276 9 years ago


Maker Faire 2009 (Bay Area)

Who all's going to Maker Faire in May?

Posted by purduecer 9 years ago


Maker Faire UK!

Maker Faire is crossing the pond and will be landing in the UK! It will be happening on March 14-15 during the Newcastle ScienceFest which runs from March 6-15. After three years Maker Faire is going international!No word on whether there's an open call for makers to go and demonstrate their own creations just yet. Maker Faire UK

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Windows Movie Maker: PLESE REPLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Does anyone know how to get "tv" results with Windows Movie Maker? Especially graphics!!!!!!!

Posted by bdcoco 10 years ago


Tattoo Madness at the Maker Faire

My favorite moment from the Maker Faire.A guy used an Instructable of mine to design his tattoo!

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Maker Faire on the BBC

The title says it all. Go here.  Read it.  Follow links. (I didn't see any Instructables T-shirts in the videos...)

Posted by Kiteman 8 years ago


SF Maker Faire Entry Deadline Extended

Did you forget to apply for a Maker booth at the 2008 SF Bay Area Maker Faire?The deadline has been extended to March 19, 2008 so get your application in now!Instructables will be there, as well as lots of your favorite artists, crafters, roboticists, techies, and performers. Join us!

Posted by canida 10 years ago


Instructables Booth at Maker Faire Day 2

Here are some pictures from our booth on Sunday at the Maker Faire. We did some gorgeous full laptop etchings, handed out a tremendous number of stickers, and met lots of awesome people.

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago


Calgary Mini Maker Faire 2013

Calgary Mini Maler Faire 2013, held on September 14 & 15, was a success. By this I mean attendees left with big smiles on their faces and makers lost their voices from talking so much.  Thank you to everyone who was able to make it down.  Also, a special thank you to Instructable.com for the stickers and other fine swag. You made many children very happy, and more than a few adults too.  Here is a photo or two of the event: Maker Awesomeness

Posted by Jason Bedard 5 years ago


Instructables Booth at Maker Faire Day 1

Check out some pictures from the first day of Maker Faire. One day down, and we're already exhausted! We've been tattooing consumer electronics, trying to pop balloons with plasma arcs, and introducing people to the site. If you're in town, come say hello.

Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago


Derby Maker Faire: Status Update

I'm going to be having a stall at Derby Mini Maker Faire on the 22nd. If you're able, pop along to say hello, and you can build your own paper catapult as well. If you're going, post a comment, let me know to look out for you.

Posted by Kiteman 1 year ago


Sale at the Maker Shed

The Maker Shed, the store part of Make Magazine, is having a big sale on over 100 items. In gearing up for the upcoming Maker Faire (May 30 & 31!) they need to clear out some of the old stock. Items are up to 75% off.As for myself, I'll probably be getting a LED Clock Kit. I've had an idea for a modification for one of those for ages. Also looking good are the telekinetic pen and the poinewood derby kit for $1. Make Blowout Sale

Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago


Maker Faire deadline fast approaching!

Have something awesome that you'd like to show off at the Maker Faire and for some reason haven't applied yet? Then get moving! The deadline is March 31, less than a week from now. Go go go! And of course even if you don't want to show something off you'll want to go because we'll be there. Yes, there will be lots of other things to see and play with and do, but most importantly we'll have a table so you can come by and say "hi!" We might even have cookies to share. Maker Faire Call for Makers

Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago


Solar Ice Maker

Tried hunting through the 'ables, and also hunted for it elsewhere. Has anyone done an Instructable on making a Solar Ice Maker? And if not, will anyone do it? I've got some ideas for trying to use it as part of a home cooling unit, but I don't know how to make it yet. Thus, modifying it seems kind of out of the question. Thanks for any help in advance.

Posted by Grey_Wolfe 10 years ago


Maker Update (weekly video series)

Hey everyone! My name's Donald, I'm a former Project Editor with Make: magazine, and I'm starting up a new weekly video series called Maker Update. Each week I feature a handful of projects (typically from the Instructables community) that catch my eye, along with tips, maker news, and events. I'd like to know what you think, and I'd be grateful for some subscribers if it's something you're interested in. Thanks!  -Donald

Posted by Donald Bell 1 year ago


Maker Faire -- I gotta write this down before I forget

Okay, I realized this awhile ago, and its soooo cool, and I keep forgetting to tell people.I don't know if this was intentional, or not, but anyway.If you know French, you'll appreciate "Maker Faire", because faire can* mean "to make".Maker to make! I like the ring ;-)*Normally, its translated "to do", but it can also be translated this way... even though its barely used like this...

Posted by zachninme 11 years ago


What to do with portable ice maker?

So I have a portable ice maker that I dont want anymore. When I decide that I dont want something, I take it apart and keep parts that I think would be useful someday. But before I destroy it and keep some parts, does anyone have good ideas on what I can turn it into? or what I can build with the parts?

Posted by LetsOpenit 4 years ago


UK Charity needs the help of Makers (link to Community Blog topic)

A few weeks ago, Kiteman posted this thread to the Community Blog forum. I am hoping that the thread can be moved over to the AT Group, but in the mean time I'm linking to it. If you are interested in assistive technology and in the UK, please consider contacting Remap.

Posted by kelseymh 9 years ago


2009 Maker Faire

Our presentation booth details for this year's Bay Area Maker Faire has just arrived and all of us here at Instructables are revved up and rearing to go. We are especially excited that Radioactive_Legos has decided to show off his 48V Electric Bike at our booth; it was a runner-up in the Craftsman Workshop of the Future Contest. If you have an awesome project that you have posted to Instructables and would like the chance to show it off without getting your own booth (having your own booth is awesome, but a hefty time commitment - sometimes it's nice to be able to see the Maker Faire!), contact noahw and let him know! We'll probably have room for your project at the Instructables booth, and we'd love to showcase as many cool user projects as we can.Also! Even though this year's Maker Faire is only now two months away, you still another 10 days to sign up for your very own presentation booth. Sign up at the official Maker Faire website.Whether you're coming to present your work or gawk, we look forward to seeing you!... and for those of you on the east coast or in the UK, we have you in our hearts ;-)

Posted by randofo 9 years ago


Come see us at Maker Faire NY 2015 (come be in a group photo!)

Maker Faire New York 2015 Instructables is going to have a booth at Maker Faire, and we want to see you! September 26-27, 2015 This year we're going all out with our largest booth ever. We're going to have a very special artist creating a display over the entire weekend. We're going to have some 3D printers making a small robot which you can assemble and take with you, and we've got plenty of T-shirts, stickers, and patches, too! Group Picture We're also having a group picture and want you to be part of it! Come to our booth on Sunday at 4pm and be included.  Leave a comment below, I'd love to know if you're coming. See you there!

Posted by mikeasaurus 2 years ago


Vancouver Mini Maker Faire - 2013

Vancouver Mini Maker Faire 2013 June 1-2 @ PNE ***UPDATE June 3, 2013**** What a weekend! Thanks to everyone that stopped by and sharing your excitement about our amazing community. It was great to meet everyone, and if you gave us your username then you've already been sent a special Maker Faire digital patch. An extra special thanks to ChrysN, M3G, SHIFT! and Stumpchunkman for volunteering their time to help at the booth and share their experiences with other makers. You guys are great! Check out a few of the pictures from the Faire, please share your own in the comments below if you have some. April 11, 2013 Instructables will have a booth there again this year, so stop on by and say hello! Like last year, our booth will have the usual assortment of DIY bric-a-brack from our community and our booth is a great place to meet-up with other makers; we've also got a special treat for any member that identifies themselves with their username at the booth! Early bird tickets are on sale now, but only for the month of April, so get yours quick! Ticket Prices (early bird weekend pass): Family (up to 5 people, max 2 adults): $50 Single: Adult $20, Student $14, Child $10 I'm looking for volunteers to help run the booth! If you're in the Greater Vancouver Area during the dates and want to help out please drop me a PM and we'll work on a time. What is your favourite thing about Maker Faire? Were you there last year, are you going again this year? Let me know in the comments below. See you there! 

Posted by mikeasaurus 5 years ago


Important Info regarding Maker Faire UK, for all those whom might wish to go.

Hi all, Well since the original topic regarding the maker faire i have been trying to work a few things out. Ive been in contact with Graham from o'reilly. He seemed very happy that some of us wanted to get involved. And also commented on the instructables table at the maker faire austin. Now, me and hannah are seriously thinking about attending, and im asking you guys if you wish to do so also. Graham asked me to fill out a form (added as a picture here). So, these are the questions you need to answer. 1. Are you seriously thinking about attending the Faire? 2. Would you be prepared to bring some of your items/ projects to show off? 3. Would you like to be involved with the running of a 'instructables table' 4. If there are only a small amount of us (say 4-10) we could actually find a hotel for us all to stay in? Would people wish that, or just want to make there own arrangements? Obviously, the sooner we sort things out, the better, some of us will have to book holidays off work etc. So you need to make a commitment... even if the eventual answer is no, i need to know how many people are serious when they say they want to go. That is all... Jake

Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago


Budweiser Taps The Maker Community

One of our favorite authors here on the site is Hellboy. In case you've missed out on his Instructables before, I highly highly recommend you check them out. He does awesome stuff with nixie tubes. If you don't know what nixie tubes are, they're really nice old-school glowing numbers. Totally worth it. So when we were approached by Budweiser Project Twelve looking for an awesome author to feature, we pointed them to Hellboy and a few others and they fell in love with his style. Be sure to see Hellboy’s American Makers photo essay and learn how he makes his amazing creations.   What's this Budweiser Project Twelve thing? It's a project run by Budweiser where they're breaking out of their typical style of beer-making by asking their 12 brewmasters across the USA to create all-new beer recipes that stay true to Budweiser’s heritage but also reflect their part of the country. Three of them were picked to be included in a special variety pack. For the launch of their Project Twelve beers, Budweiser has created a program called American Makers - a series of photo essays that celebrates ingenuity across the country. While I'm not much of a Beer drinker (I like bourbon, neat) it's nice to see focus being put on the creators. If we had time, we'd do Featured Author pieces on everyone. There's always the dream. http://cmp.ly/3/KuVVlC

Posted by fungus amungus 5 years ago


Mini MakerFaire, Denver, 2015

Http://denvermakerfaire.com  Lots o interactive stuff. Kids, bring your parents.  Robotics, fire breathing dragon, electronics, blacksmithing, much more.

Posted by Toga_Dan 3 years ago


Maker Fair Detroit Vacation

Well, I'm back from my vacation. It was awesome. First, I hit Maker Fair Detroit. I saw some pretty cool things. They include (in no particular order): Life Size Mouse Trap, Diet Coke and Mentos, a bunch of people riding wacky bikes, Iron Pour, races with a whole bunch of different vehicles, all-around crazy people, and the instructables booth. The instructables booth was the best, of course. Taking several trips there, I met frenzy, zazenergy, wilgubeast, and ostomesto (he was working a shift at the booth). Everyone was so nice (they gave me sugru, a patch, and stickers), and it was awesome to see them and meet them. At the instructables booth they had the most useless machine, the mohawk helmet, and the robot-pirate flag. Also, at the first day of Maker Fair, I wore my robot shirt with a camera in the robot's eye (instructable hopefully coming soon). It was funny seeing Frenzy so worried. Right away he asked, "What happened to his eye?!?". It's o.k. frenzy and robot lovers, I was careful when I did the procedure. I was hoping to get some good shots of the Fair, but alas, I had never used the camera shirt before so most of the pictures were of the sky (but I guess clouds are pretty too). I also got an arduino starter kit, so expect some cool arduino instructables coming in a couple of months (I say months because as of right now, it makes no sense). The rest of my vacation was fun: I stopped by Bad Axe (say it a couple of times quickly and you'll realize how cool this town name is) to get a hat, went fishing, and found out I won in the Fitness Challenge while on my iPod in an ice cream shop. Well, that's about it. 

Posted by splazem 7 years ago


Thanks for the hospitality!

Hi everyone! It's been a week since Maker Faire, sorry it's taken so long to post this--I came down with some sort of awful bug the day after I got back to Eugene.  I've spent the last several days (including today, my birthday!) just lying around and feeling sorry for myself. Anyway, I'm starting to feel a bit better this evening, so I just thought I'd say thanks!  I had a blast at Maker Faire, helping out at the instructables booth and meeting folks from HQ, fellow authors, and just plain fans of the site.  It was really, really great meeting you all and seeing the enthusiasm instructables brings out in people. In particular, hello and thanks to Mikeasaurus, Laura, Quincy, Gregg, Randy, Sarah, and anyone whose name I forgot in the madness that was last weekend, for making me feel welcome.  Special thanks to Christy and Eric for really making me feel at home in a new city!  The week before MF which I spent working in central California, and the couple of weeks leading up to it that I spent preparing for the trip, were incredibly busy and hectic for me.  It was fantastic to cap that all off by seeing the weird and wonderful sights at Maker Faire, and meeting for the first time in real life people who I had only known previously on the internet.  It really made me feel like a part of the instructables community. Thanks so much, and hopefully I'll get to see more of SF on my next visit!  I didn't even get a chance to see instructables HQ! Ian

Posted by depotdevoid 7 years ago


Ten year old boy builds a snow machine!

"WEST LINN, Ore. - Talk about ingenuity - a 10-year-old boy built his own snow machine and filled his backyard with enough snow to make it look like a blizzard had blown through."Read More...3 feet of snow in one night!

Posted by Weissensteinburg 10 years ago


All UK Instructables Users - READ THIS

Ok, i know i posted a forum topic recently, but this needs to be sorted now, or not at all.Firstly go HERE and read the info i posted before.Then, below please comment with a simple yes or no. I would rather all the UK iblers comment saying 'No' than not at all.Thanks again, Jake

Posted by gmjhowe 9 years ago


one step at a time

503c org need to be chartered. board of directors location? sponsors? anyone ever tried to hold a large event? not as the boss but have been on boards for things like this.2000 to 8000 people show up,worst than not enough interest is too much ,ever ordered 200 portable pottys?what if food venders back out at last min? or the bands get into fights? sounds like fun ,need some help?

Posted by bikerbob2005 9 years ago


looking for a 3rd admin

Hey everyone! I am looking for a 3rd admin to help bring some creativity to the table. This is for my facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/Electricreations?hc_location=timeline We dedicate the page to diy projects (mainly electronics but not limited to). Since I go to college I dont have that much time to keep the page flowing with updates. Me and my friend do our best but sometimes we lose track of time. Looking for someone with creativity and a decent amount of knowledge based upon electronics

Posted by out-of-the-box 5 years ago