THE HACKING MINDSET is alive and well inside Irish DIY and that spirit needs to be enshrined by the State. OReilly is rowing in behind the idea with a concept magazine loaded with exciting projects that help you shows kids how to make technology work. That's important because at the end of July 2004, there were only 16,200 pages of things made in Ireland.
This is a magazine that celebrates your right to tweak, hack, and bend any technology to your own will. It's available after Christmas 2004. I'm asking Eason to stock it.
Updated 4 August 2012. Eason do not stock Maker magazine.
Make -- "The First Magazine for Technology Projects" will be announced on the O'Reilly Newsletter.
Bernie Goldbach curates DIY links.