MAKE Magazine is the first magazine devoted entirely to Do-It-Yourself (DIY) technology projects. MAKE Magazine unites, inspires, informs, and entertains a growing community of resourceful people who undertake amazing projects in their backyards, basements, and garages.
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Here’s what folks are saying about MAKE!
If you’re the type who views the warnings not to pry open your computer as more a challenge than admonition, MAKE is for you.
– Rolling Stone
“MAKE magazine, one of the bibles of the do-it-yourself movement”
-Julia Moskin, The New York Times
“In here are more than articles bound together, more than the vision of its creators even: it’s a possibility engine. A passel of new ways of thinking, and thus, new ways of looking at the world. This is, without a doubt, my favorite magazine ever, and my only beef with them is that I don’t have enough free time to try everything I’d like to.
-Adam Savage, MythBusters
“…the crew at Make Magazine/Maker Faire/Makezine are leading the way with a great energy and a spirit of adventure. They’ve made open source/DIY hardware seem as cool and subversive as the punk movement of the early 80s. Soldering irons are the new electric guitars!”
– Chris Anderson, Editor-in-Chief of Wired Magazine
“This is a magazine for people who, in real life, are like Matthew Broderick from ‘War Games.’ Everything children would like to be able to do with technology, you do.”
– Stephen Colbert, The Colbert Report
“There’s a magazine I like, Make magazine……it’s all about how to build little robots out of Altoid tins, and how to make sea monkeys into giant blood-sucking rats. It’s pretty cool and it’s a lot of fun”
– Jimmy Kimmel, The Jimmy Kimmel show
“If I read one more article or hear one more speech about how this country is losing its edge because not enough people are getting into science and technology, I’ll become officially depressed. In that light, it’s especially satisfiying to know that, if the pages of Make are any indication, the spirit of experimentation and geekiness-for-its-own-sake are thriving in the basements and backyards of America.”
-David Pogue, The New York Times