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What Do Beer and Creative Technology Have in Common?

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Kidding aside, the Grand St. team is always looking for ways to be better members of the startup ‘ecosystem,’ whether hardware-related or other. We also think homebrewing fits in nicely with our own enthusiasm for making things, from robot phone booths and Arduino LED cubes to coffee drip towers and lemon ricotta pancakes from scratch. When phone spy for android free our good friend and fervent Grand St. supporter Sam Gimbel approached us with a

new idea he was working on, it didn’t take much to grab our attention and make us quite thirsty:

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Building mPrints with the mPrinter

For our most recent product, I slapped together a neat little project using

some of the OAuth code that was provided by the mPrinter team. You can easily put together this code on

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but it’s a very robust and well documented API (and the first to really do OAuth), so heck, let’s use it. While my code can also be found on my Github, this post will give you a bit of an idea about what’s going on in the code that I set up, and before diving in, we’ll briefly go over how the mPrinter works in its current iteration.

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