I put my husband, David Hrycewicz, in charge of Circuit Scribes during last weeks Students Involved with Technology conference. I had purchased these kits from a Kickstarter campaign. When the kit came, I sort of freaked out and didn't know what to do with them. I was able once or twice to complete the circuit, … Continue reading Circuit Scribes (Guest Post)
In the Robot Test Kitchen, we talk about five main barriers that we typically face in conducting technology programming in our libraries: time, budget, skill, interest, and support. It's our belief that most of these are not impossible barriers, but sometimes it's hard to see how. Especially when things like your time and budget are already … Continue reading Take it Apart!
I'll tell you what, if your town still has a Radio Shack, it's worth going in there every now and then. That's the store I'd give a wide berth in the mall while Christmas shopping, and got sweaty palms just thinking about entering when there was something on my dad's list that required a stop … Continue reading Radio Shack is not scary