I upgraded this blog’s theme to Hemingway Rewritten. It had been two years since I last changed it and I had been looking for a new theme. It’s a nice, minimalistic theme and plus when you scroll down there’s a nice bounce on the header image. 🙂
I have a few projects spinning and I’m trying to get caught up on my blog. The next post will be about upgrading the BeagleBone Black to kernel version 3.13. Also, much of my time has been spent preparing for the release of the CryptoCape. I’m hoping it’ll be ready by the Denver Maker Faire, at which I’ll be manning the Cryptotronix booth. If you are in the area, I highly recommend you check it out (and come by and say hi).
Yesterday, I attended the first Northern Colorado Mini Maker Faire. For those that have not heard of Maker Faires, watch the following YouTube video or accept this explanation:
Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on: Earth a family friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement.
The Maker Movement has been rapidly gaining momentum and it is very exciting to see it in my new home of Northern Colorado. What I like about the Maker Movement and Maker Faires is that it is the ultimate celebration of DIY. This group is a socially and technologically diverse group who are excited by and for anybody who makes things. It includes people who sew with old-tyme spindles to people who build robots with open-hardware Linux computers. If you have a creative spark, or want to get one, you should visit a Maker Faire.
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