Synopses & Reviews
Want your own Maker's Notebook? If you're a DIY buff, you need a workshop notebook to flesh out your ideas and work with the tricky details. The editors of MAKE Magazine polled some of their favorite contributors and asked what they'd want in an ideal notebook. And they came up with real winner. The Maker's Notebook will take anything you throw at it -- pencil sketches, notes and calculations, inked diagrams, pasted samples, watercolors, you name it, without tearing, buckling, or bleeding through. The notebook comes with a handsome, durable cover and an entire section of handy reference material. It's made to satisfy the specifications of people who rely on workshop notebooks for a living Includes non-repro grid-printed pages that work well with media from mechanical pencils to India ink and paste-downs Offers a reference sections that includes electronics symbols, Ohm's law, resistor codes, weights, and measures, common tech abbreviations, screw/bolt sizing chart, and more Keep track of your ideas and document your progress. Order your Maker's Notebook today
This notebook is perfect for the DIY type--it can handle pencil sketches, notes and calculations, inked diagrams, pasted samples, and watercolors--without tearing, buckling, or bleeding through. It also comes with a handsome, durable cover and an entire section of handy reference material.
From the creators of Make & Craft Magazine comes the Maker's Notebook. Put your own ideas, diagrams, calculations & notes down in these 150 pages of engineering graph paper. We've also included 20 bonus pages of reference material, from useful stuff like electronics symbols, resistor codes, weights and measures, basic conversions and more, to really useful stuff like the amount of caffeine in different caffeinated beverages and how to say "Hello, World!" in various computer languages. The covers of this hardcover book are printed in cyan "Maker" blue with a white grid debossed front and back. Grab one today!
About the Author
The Maker's Notebook was conceived and published by the Maker Media team behind Make and Craft magazines, Maker Faire, makezine.com, craftzine.com, Make Weekend Projects videos, the Maker Shed store, and Make Project line of DIY books. Maker Media is focused on uniting, inspiring, informing and entertaining a global community of people who pursue DIY projects on their own time. Maker Media is a division of O'Reilly Media, Inc.