5 Engineers: What's the most impressive, interesting, or intriguing DIY project you’ve ever done?
Suzanne Deffree - May 18, 2012
In our most recent 5 Engineers post — part of this blog and our Fun Friday newsletter, where we toss out a question and invite our audience to respond with their wittiest answers — we asked: What’s your favorite geek book?
Thanks to the many great responses, my Amazon Wish List is set for months, maybe even through the holidays. Visit this page to share your own answer to that question.
On this warn, sunny Friday afternoon, though, I am not thinking of as far out as the holidays. I’m thinking about this weekend. And this weekend hosts one the year’s more creative events for engineers: Maker Faire Bay Area.
While I do have plans to attend World Maker Faire in the fall, this New Yorker won’t be in California for the Bay Area event.
Even still, with MakerFaire Bay Area just hours away I’m thinking about DIY (do-it-yourself) projects and wondering: What’s the most impressive, interesting, or intriguing DIY project you’ve ever done? What DIY project do you brag about to your engineering buddies?
Tell us about it below and, if you are really proud of it and think it’s so cool that EDN should post about it let me know at email@example.com (please include “DIY project” in the subject header).
Meanwhile, post your short answers below by May 24. We’ll pick five and feature them in the May 25, Fun Friday newsletter. Be sure to stay tuned to this blog for more 5 Engineers questions in the weeks to come.