MakerBus 2015 Roadmap

A new year is upon us and the MakerBus team has big plans for 2015. January and February will a time to make new partners, plan upcoming events, and (hopefully) make the MakerBus itself even more awesome. Here’s a sneak preview of some of the things we have in store for the beginning of 2015. […]

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MakerBus Year in Review (Part II)

Time flies when you’re writing a year in review post. In our last post we remembered January through May of 2014 – a half year filled with bus renovations, frantic fashion shows, and and our first experiences actually using the MakerBus in public. Let’s examine the second half of our fun-filled 2014… June Notable Blog […]

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Holiday Story Exchange

After a brief exchange on twitter yesterday inspired an idea – a holiday story exchange. Here’s how it will work: 1. Use the Twine Game Maker (http://twinery.org/) to create a short, choose-your-own-adventure-style story 2. Share your story either on twitter or on Facebook 3. Read others’ stories We love Twine. It’s a free, open-source tool […]

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Make-a-thon Preview: Calling all London businesses, organizations, and community supporters

On November 30th, the MakerBus team will be hosting a 24hr Make-a-thon at Vibrafusion, 355 Clarence St, in support of sending a local high school team from Mother Teresa Catholic School to the FIRST Robotics regional competition. We will be splitting all funds raised from this event with the Robotics Team, who have already raised half […]

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Make-a-thon Preview: James and Fred’s Amazing Tweeting Teletype Machine

Leading up to our 24-hour fundraiser in support of the Mother Teresa High School robotics team and the MakerBus, we are previewing some of the projects you’ll see during the Make-a-thon. Today we’re previewing James and Fred’s amazing tweeting teletype machine. James and Fred are tinkers who love to hack old technology to do new […]

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