Let's Make It is a show that is all about making things, in particular electronic things. During this show we will be using things like Arduinos, PIC chips and Raspberry Pie's to make all kinds of electronic gadgets. We are making these gadgets to learn how they work. Not technical, not to worry, we are going to start really simple and teach you as we go along. All it requires is a desire to want to learn some programming and electronics. This show is hosted by Mike Myers of Genius Idea Studio. Mike has many years of designing hardware and developing software for the hardware. If you have ever followed the Maker Community then this show is for you. Want to learn some basic programming and electronics? This is the show to get you started.
By Mike Myers
Every week Richard and Beau geek out on gardening, parenting, and the love of good food. The show welcomes all gardening listeners from the most inept of novices to the old timers with jade thumbs to prove it. Discover and share best practices by engaging on Facebook or emailing the show: GardenBrew@podastery.com
Your hosts, Steve and Callie, produce a weekly video podcast about all things knitting and fiber related. Steve’s passion for theatre, and Callie’s willingness to appease him, have caused the creation of Dramatic Knits. We are so happy that you have stopped by and we truly hope you enjoy the show. Please leave a comment with any questions, suggestions, or feedback you would like us to be aware of. And remember…we hope you knit something dramatic!
By Steven Fegert
JD and Beau sit down every week and talk about the rich history and elegance of pipe tobacco, the custom blends found only at the Country Squire, as well as general shop talk. If you're a pipe enthusiast looking for show to listen to on the go or while you're kicking back enjoying a bowl, this is definitely the place for you. For decades the folks at the Country Squire have strived to be Mississippi's premier pipe dealer, featuring well-known brands such as Savinelli, Peterson, and Stanwell, along with handmade treasures from regional craftsmen. You can learn more about the Country Squire by visiting the online store: http://www.thecountrysquireonline.com