Created by Michelle Stein • 1355 views • 0 examples • 0 tutorials
Combine 3-D paper sculpting from a book with wire circuitry by carving out a hidden space within a book to place an electrical circuit to light the cover. Concept is not hard, but the carving is tedious and difficult. Not recommended for students below 8th grade.
Created by Erica Holan Lucci & Mia Zamora, Kean University Writing Project • 3212 views • 8 examples • 2 tutorials
In Make Cycle #4 we invite you to “Hack Your Writing.” Maybe you do not think you’re a “hacker” and associate the term exclusively with the most skillful and renegade of computer programmers. But this week we are encouraging a broader use of this term and a more open sense of its possibilities. What does it mean to hack? Hacking is playful exploration, perhaps exploiting the “weakness” in something. To hack is to make innovative customizations. Hackers are often computer enthusiasts. Hackers often undermine authoritative systems. Hackers crack systems for “fun,” pursuing civic or collective action. It seems that now,… Read more »