After an energetic first round, Battle of the Mixes #2 is here!
Posts from September, 2013
Hackable Excel art — 73-year old Tatsuo Horiuchi uses Excel to create his art because it’s “easier to use than [Microsoft] Paint.” Download and hack his beautiful spreadsheets. The internet: not a series of tubes — Don’t Fear the Internet … Continue reading
It’s time for Issue 4 of Webmaker’s Hottest fresh off the press, your favourite weekly showcase of the most inspiring and irresistible-to-remix creations by makers around the world! For each issue, we choose a theme and crawl across the Webmaker … Continue reading
Every week, people in the community are throwing events all over the world to celebrate Maker Party. We’ve been showcasing many of those events and the cool things people are making on this blog, but there’s still more to share! … Continue reading
One of the most exciting things we’re learning from this year’s Maker Party is people from around the world are genuinely hungry for skills to hack the web. That was our intention when we designed X-Ray Goggles, Thimble and Popcorn … Continue reading
How do *you* teach the web? How are you teaching digital skills, web literacy and making? What are your favorite learning activities, lesson plans and resources? What’s working well for you at Maker Parties, hack jams and in the classroom? … Continue reading
Throwing a Maker Party can be a little intimidating. Some people wonder if their coding skills are strong enough, while others worry about managing the details that help an event run smoothly. Even the pros can get a little nervous, … Continue reading
Procatinator — What do you get when you pair cat gifs with music? 30 minutes lost from your day.