Since 2005, Make magazine has been inspiring DIYers, inventors and tinkerers all around the world with practical projects and ideas for building things with computers, electronics, robotics, metalworking, woodworking and more. In 2006, Make magazine organised the first Maker Faire in San Mateo, California, bringing its readers out of the workshop and into public to share their makes. This now legendary event then spawned others around the globe, the next of which is our own Brighton Mini Maker Faire.
The lovely people at O’Reilly (Make’s publisher) have given us 10 copies of the latest Make magazine to give away in the run up to Brighton’s first Maker Faire on September 3rd at the Dome. We’re running a prize draw via Twitter, and all you have to do is follow us and tweet about Maker Faire Brighton to enter, using @MakerFaireBTN and the #bmmf hashtag. We’ve even created this handy button for you in case you can’t think of what to say:
…and here’s a handy follow button, too:
The competition is open until 5pm on the day of Maker Faire – Saturday 3rd September. Meanwhile, here’s a little taster of what’s in store in the latest Make magazine:
Terms & Conditions
1. By participating in this Competition you agree with these terms and conditions.
2. The Competition commences on 22/8/2011 at 7.00pm and closes on 03/9/2011 at 5.00pm.
3. This promotion is open to 18 year olds or over, who are resident within the UK.
4. Persons wishing to enter the competition must be following Brighton Mini Maker Faire’s official Twitter profile (http://twitter.com/makerfairebtn) and tweet using #bmmf and @MakerFaireBTN.
5. Ten winners will be chosen at random to win one copy each of the most recently published Make magazine.
6. Winners will be notified by direct message on twitter, within one week of the competition closing and must respond with their address within 24 hours, or the prize will be offered to another randomly chosen entrant.
7. Brighton Mini Maker Faire will not engage in any communication regarding the outcome of the Competition.
8. Brighton Mini Maker Faire reserves its right to unilaterally cancel or amend this Competition and its terms
9. This competition is not affiliated with O’Reilly or Make magazine
10. Only one entry per person will be entered into the draw, but entrants are free to tweet as often as they wish.