• I had the privilege of sitting down and chatting with Mikeasaurus. Mike’s exploits and amazing ability to constantly come up with new and usually crazy projects and ideas, makes him one of the few people I look to for advice.

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  • This week Jake decided to troll the underbellies of the interwebs and see what questions spoke to him. On his way there he was sidetracked by a series of superhero blogs, blacked out, and woke up with questions written down in a text editor. This is the result of that experience.

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  • Keep safe in traffic and on the road! This episode seems to have turned into a vehicles episode. We chat about modifying brake lights on motorcycles, trucks on skateboards, the size of a bike, and the general operating mechanics of hovercraft.

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  • This podcast, should you choose to accept it, covers various tools and techniques related to covert affairs. Hiding files, encryption, surveillance, and night vision are all discussed in this super-spy special.

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  • Coding video games from scratch and pumping up the volume on your out of box speakers are the two questions we cover this week. We also share our thoughts on the new Xbox One console and our sadness at missing the most recent Maker Faire.

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  • Talking points include magic coin-eating boxes, Japanese puzzle boxes, Axe bodyspray goggles, Wiley Coyote hats, DIY lightboxes, squishy-cloudy-goopy toys, desktop CNC routers, and where to find scrap unsoldered circuit boards.

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  • While Matt was curious how to move a box in multiple directions with only one wheel, Jake decided to contemplate the wide world of counterfeiting money, and the practices one should follow if they want to be accomplished in this field. We also discuss questions about how we might go about using a speed sensor and the requirements for a motorized longboard.

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  • Listen along as we discuss fun projects for children, ways to control LEDs with a Raspberry Pi (hint: you use an Arduino), physical timers so you know when your dog has been fed, and ways of constructing a multi-axis mount for a computer screen. It’s bananas!

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  • A question from our good friend SHIFT! sent us on a whirlwind adventure through the philosophy of 3D printing. When we finished with his question, I figured we would just keep the 3D question coming with some forum entries I found over at Shapeways.

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  • We have departed from our comfortable home in the Instructables forums to venture into the forums at Makezine. We found some excellent questions that range from strapping a bike light to your helmet to creating your own VOIP phone booth.

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