By Katie Dean
On the internet, there’s no shortage of techies offering tips on how to build a personal video recorder or turn an iPod into a universal remote. Now a new magazine, Make, aims to put such ideas in print form, featuring a plethora of do-it-yourself tips for modifying and manipulating gadgets. To be launched early next year, Make is the first magazine developed by O’Reilly Media, best known as a publisher of programming books. Dale Dougherty, vice president of online publishing for O’Reilly and developer of its Hacks series, conceived the plan for the magazine as a “Martha Stewart for geeks.”
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