Make Magazine: Digital Edition

I've been a subscriber to Make since it was announced a little over a year ago. I've poured through each article, especially the ones written by friends from college. Several are on my slate to build (one day), since I miss the fun of actual building something physical instead of just all my current digital projects.

To aid in this (hopefully), I just signed up for Make: Digital Edition, which is free for all subscribers. The entire issue is available via a PDF/Zinio type format. Pages are printable, but unfortunately, not selectable. This obviously prevents the easy copyright infringement (be it purposefully or accidental), but also difficult for making private, digital, notebooks. I also imagine this is because of the typesetting involved for making all of the fonts and graphics.

They also have Issues 1 and 2, but oddly enough, not issue 3.

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Andrew Turner is an advocate of open standards and open data. He is actively involved in many organizations developing and supporting open standards, including OpenStreetMap, Open Geospatial Consortium, Open Web Foundation, OSGeo, and the World Wide Web Consortium. He co-founded CrisisCommons, a community of volunteers that, in coordination with government agencies and disaster response groups, build technology tools to help people in need during and after a crisis such as an earthquake, tsunami, tornado, hurricane, flood, or wildfire.