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I'm trying to extend my list of good resources for Arduino related projects e.g.

http://www.instructables.com/
http://letsmakerobots.com/

Can anyone recommend more online sites like these, or good magazines (either online or hard copy) that are known to be popular within the Arduino community? Basically I'm looking for places where newbie Arduino users can upload details of their own projects, or where experienced Arduino developers can write articles relating to best programming practices.

I could google but I'd really like to hear from members of this forum first?
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http://makezine.com/
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I read Elektor when I get my hands on a copy. The July/August 'project' issue has been good.
Free back issues with an order are available from pololu.com
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I can secon makezine.com

(hehe. they even posted a project of mine after I submitted it to the exhibit part of this forum :-D ...)

I like reading endgadgets digest, even though its not really DIY oriented.
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I shamelessly have to suggest rcardiuno.blogspot.com its just a personal blog, but with 8,9 or even 10,000 visitors a month, some people find it useful.

Duane B

rcarduino.blogspot.com

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I shamelessly have to suggest rcardiuno.blogspot.com its just a personal blog, but with 8,9 or even 10,000 visitors a month, some people find it useful.

Duane B

rcarduino.blogspot.com


I second that - Duane's blog is very useful.
Would also like to throw my hat in the ring at http://tronixstuff.wordpress.com/tutorials
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Here's the best you're going to get: http://geekspot.co.za/forum.php
GeekSpot has everything any Arduino User would ever want
Free Arduino Learning Club
Free Arduino Class's (online)
GeekSpot gives free Arduino Boards, Kits and equipment for members

GeekSpot specializes a lot in Arduino:  http://geekspot.co.za/forumdisplay.php?32-UniHobbies

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Hi, I subscribe to SILICON CHIP mag here in Australia

http://siliconchip.com.au/

It is affiliated with a mag from the UK, EPE I think it was on the same shelf in the newsagent .

Silicon Chip is now the only electronics mag in Australia, we used to at one tine have 3 plus an amateur radio mag.

It has varied content from arduino, picaxe, raspberry to component level stuff, new products and a good range of ads for component supplies.

When the mag first appeared on the shelves, mythology has that it was placed in the Women's Health section.

Tom.. smiley
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Tom,
did you see the interviews Dave at EEVblog did with Colin Mitchell of Talking Electronics magazine  Very interesting

http://www.eevblog.com/2012/05/22/eevblog-280-talking-electronics-history/
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Pedro, no I hadn't , thanks, I'm sure around my garage somewhere I have to odd copy of Talking Electronics.
When I get time I'll look at them.

Tom.... smiley-cool (Better day here today, 25DegC, compared to mid 30's over the weekend, only good thing was we were relatively bush fire free.. Your part of the worl must be dry too...)
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Hi,

I publish a magazine on Flipboard, Arduino 101, also available on the web .
It's a collection of Arduino related stuff I come across.

http://flip.it/kbyrg

Hope it helps.

Cheers
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