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Making Stuff With Tech: What will you make?

I fall, I rise, I make mistakes, I live, I learn. I Make.

I like making things. The stuff I make generally solves a problem or meets a need. If it has some electronics involved in it somewhere, even better!

I also like to teach and inspire people.

The goal of this YouTube channel is to educate and inspire the Maker:

Want to know how Technology works? Check out the Technology section.

Want to know how to make stuff? Check out the Tutorials section.

Want to know what a new XYZ product is like? Check out the the Reviews section.

New videos will be uploaded every week.

Hope you find this channel both entertaining and informational. If you do, please feel free to leave feedback.

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