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Talk Credit Radio: DIY Tips from BoingBoing’s Mark Frauenfelder

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This week on Talk Credit Radio: Friday January 20, 2012

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Tricking out an espresso machine, carving wooden spoons from a broken tree branch, killing his lawn (on purpose), and trying to build a coyote-proof chicken enclosure are just some of the DIY projects Mark Frauenfelder has tackled with various degrees of success. He joins Talk Credit Radio on Friday January 20, 2012 to talk about his adventures and his book, Made by Hand: My Adventures in the World of Do-It-Yourself, and what he’s learned along the way.

Mark Frauenfelder is the editor-in-chief of Make magazine, and the founder of the wildly popular Boing Boing blog.  He was an editor at Wired from 1993-1998, and is the author of six books.

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