"Both talks have been moved to Sunday. Here are the details: I'll be doing a talk/book signing on the Make Demo stage inside the Maker Shed store at 11:30 . At 3:30 I'll be giving basically the same talk, perhaps with more time to…"
"The info is up on my Maker Faire profile page. They've got me down for a talk on Saturday afternoon as well as Sunday -- not sure that's accurate, so I'm checking with them.
I'll definitely be on the Make Demo stage in the Maker…"
"Looking forward to seeing your booth at Maker Faire NY! I'll be there with the GeekDad/GeekMom contingent, and I'm giving a talk on Low Tech/No Tech robots. Hope I can make one of the robots in your video, looks cool!"
"I'd just like to put in a word for the idea that reading "late" is not the end of the world. And that -- aside from reading to your kids -- none of the advice folks have offered so far should be taken as one-size-fits-all.
"Also, I'm waiting for someone more obsessive than I to find all the Lawrence of Arabia quotes. I'm sure there were more than the obvious one. You'd think I'd know, having seen that film a dozen times at least, but there's…"
"1. I'm going to have to watch the whole Alien canon over again to see what fits in where. I was actually seeing references to 2001 and Planet of the Apes in the early scenes.
2. Yes, it was her baby. You didn't think a mere decontamination…"
"Cute idea! Just wanted to add, as a crafter who's still learning her way around a soldering iron, you can buy peel-and-stick pin backings for projects like this. In this case, you might want to glue a piece of foam or cork inside the cap, and…"
Kathy Ceceri oversees a geeky household consisting of one son who's studying electronic game design at college, another who put up a greenscreen in his room for making special effects movies while homeschooling high school, and an ultra-marathon cyclist husband who keeps his childhood comic book collection under their bed. She has written several activity books for kids and parents, including "Robotics: Discover the Science and Technology of the Future," contributed over a dozen projects to the Geek Dad series of books, designed hands-on learning crafts for FamilyFun, Home Education Magazine, and others, and taught science and art workshops at museums, schools and libraries around the Northeast. As an English Major, she's especially tickled that her family's "at-home science" blogs have been mentioned in Tech section of The New York Times and in Chemical & Engineering News. She and her family live in Upstate New York. Find her at http://www.craftsforlearning.com.