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.