MAKE magazine kicks off


Just got word from the O’Reilly people that their new magazine MAKE has now officially gotten underway.  MAKE is a magazine for tech oriented do it yourselfers and showcases various projects you can build on your own and create gadgety goodness.

The premiere issue of MAKE features 192 pages of do-it-yourself projects,
including illustrated step-by-step instructions on how to:

-make a $10,000 Steadicam for the price of a movie ticket and popcorn
-build a single network cable that can replace the five most commonly used cables
-fashion a magstripe reader and find out what hidden information is being
stored on your credit card’s magnetic stripe

Available today on and on–and at newsstands and bookstores nationwide in mid-March–MAKE is published quarterly.  Single copies are $14.99 and a yearly subscription is $34.95.

Sounds totally cool and can be found at the Makezine web site.



But don’t you think the $10,000 Steadicam for the price of a movie ticket and popcorn offsets that price? :)

Mike Cane

>>>Single copies are $14.99

Ow! I still can’t get used to “regular” mags like PocketPC and Pen Computing costing $6-7!

Anyway, this sounds like it could be the Wired of the 21st C. I’ll have to look for it when it hits the stands.

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