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Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 07: Backyard Biology

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شماره هفتم مجله Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 07 به صورت اختصاصی به هک گیاهان شما، استخراج DNA و ... می پردازد  که شما می توانید رایگان دانلود کنید.

Hack your plants, extract your DNA, 70's soapbox saga, build a videocam rocket, and head-mounted water cannon.

Unfortunately, copies of Volume 07 are sold out, but you can still view it in the digital edition.

Table of Contents

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Advice and news for MAKE readers. Page 12

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Virtual meets real. Page 13

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Get more done by trying to do less. Page 14

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Creative destruction opens more doors than it closes. Page 16

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Power an LED with some salty water and $1.21. Page 17

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Report from the world of backyard technology. Page 18

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The "creative class": tech geeks and fine artists are jostling onto the same page. Page 26

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For nearly three decades, Survival Research Laboratories has redirected the technology of industry, science, and the military to create the most dangerous theater on Earth. Page 28

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Was building a Soap Box Derby racer my brother's last best chance at escaping his fate? Page 36

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Turn a shopping cart into a comfortable and stylish wheelchair. Page 40

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For a safer world, Drew Endy wants everyone to engineer life from the ground up. Page 42

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Use a head-mounted video camera to produce instructions for making things. Page 46

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True stories and authentic experiences at the first annual Maker Faire. Page 48

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A maker in the middle recreates a kit classic. Page 49

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Control many devices from afar with the magnetically sensitive Sneaky Switch. Page 51

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The tale of a cute, blue microcontroller that fits nicely in the palm of your hand, and the expanding community of developers who love and support it. Page 52

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How to freeze and revive a garden snail. Page 54

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Mike Wilder makes Lego robots for time-lapse 3D videos of carnivorous plants. Page 57

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Extract, purify, and experiment with the blueprint of life. Page 59

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Extract, fingerprint, and replicate your own DNA. Page 65

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Play God in your garden--create custom fruits, flowers, veggies, and more. Page 72

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Hack a $30, single-use camcorder to make it reusable, then launch it up in a model rocket and capture thrilling astronaut's view footage of high-speed neighborhood escape and re-entry. Page 78

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The Stirling engine has long captivated inventors and dreamers. Here are complete plans for building and operating a two-cylinder model that runs on almost any high-temperature heat source. Page 90

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Use an off-the-shelf home air purifier to make a laminar flow hood for your own miniature mycology lab. Then use it to culture and grow mushrooms, and to perform other experiments that require a clean-room environment. Page 102

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Use steel fire-extinguisher power to pummel plastic squirt toys. Page 111

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Outdoor router with minimal coaxial run maximizes network range. Page 114

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Portable cooler taps and dispenses ice-cold beer from both kegs and mini-kegs. Page 119

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Three ways to silence annoying toys. Page 121

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An easier way to watch iPod video on your TV. Page 123

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Program Asterisk to daily update your outgoing message in your own voice. Page 126

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12 easy steps to a cooler you. Page 127

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Tuck a USB wireless adapter inside the case. Page 129

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USB keydrive lets you listen to, read, and play what you want on any machine. Page 131

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"Mountain Grown" coffee can makes homegrown wi-fi range extender. Page 133

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9V battery USB-compatible charger juices up portables in a pinch. Page 135

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Modified hardback book contains extra-powered PDA and travel keyboard. Page 138

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Homemade two-axis plotter finds work as a cariacature artist. Page 141

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Put yourself into somebody else's video. Page 144

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Here's an easy-to-build MIDI detector packaged in a small Japanese action figure. Page 147

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Incredible machines at thte Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Page 152

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Water droplet lens with special bottle-cap twist focus. Page 154

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The creator of MacGyver challenges you to save a man stuck in a fissure filled with toxic gas. Page 156

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Music equipment language isn't just for audio anymore. Page 158

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Create ant farm documentaries, play record albums with a plastic cup, and dosome pocket-sized instant messaging. Page 166

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Unearthing ancient Apple II files on AOL. Page 176

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MAKE's favorite puzzles. Page 177

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Build a stowable mini workshop for modest tasks like lamp rewiring and scissor sharpening and soon you'll be building your dreams. Page 178

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Where makers tell their tales and offer praise, brickbats, and swell ideas. Page 182

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Our favorite events from around the world - September, October, and November 2006. Page 186

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Looking for a weekend project or steam-powered robots? All aboard! Take a tour of the new video features, including projects, interviews, and virtual tours. Page 187

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Or, how they learned to start worrying and love to hate the bomb. Page 188

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