Here at Uplift Aeronautics, we love crazy out-of-the-box thinking. Our nonprofit was founded on the belief that remarkably talented people are doing incredible things in their basements and garages, and we thought we could put that talent to work solving real-world problems.
That’s why we love Make magazine, a publication that celebrates the brilliance and creativity of ordinary people. So we were thrilled to meet some of the Make staff at the Embedded Linux Conference, and were delighted when they wanted to visit to Stanford to see Mark’s apartment our state-of-the-art workspace and to fly with us. They put together a great written piece and a very nice video. Take a look!