By Mark Frauenfelder at 5:03 pm Fri, May 22, 2009
My appearance on the Martha Stewart show on Monday is now online at MarthaStewart.com. To see my segments click on Inventions, 1 and Inventions, 2 on the page.
Nice job Mark!
Martha seemed to be enjoying your stuff.
Roast your Own! HAHA! Great Job!!
That is one industrial-looking breast-pump you’ve got Martha hooked up to there Mark…
Did she try to take your wallet?
@MINAMISAN: Martha Stewart is nice!! Shhh…
That is the most I’ve ever been able to watch of Martha S. in my whole life. :)
Well done and entertaining on the whole.
What? Martha didn’t have a normal demi tasse size cup in her kitchen for espresso? How could that be?
Misread the headline as “My Martha Stewart _appliance_ is on line”, which is also sorta true but conjures up other thoughts.
great job mark!
I still LOL whenever I remember when she had Snoop Dogg on!
Good job, Mark! that was one of the more fun guest appearances I’ve seen on her show.
Really well done. I think Martha enjoyed it and Mark did a great job.
Notice that Martha repeatedly pitches Boing Boing rather than Make: Online!
Damn! Who’s her pimp?
mark, YOU ARE CUTE AS A BUTTON!
Great interview, I really enjoyed seeing all these great Make projects in action :D
Unfortunate choice of shirt, though – it doesn’t compress very well in whatever codec they’re using.
Great segment, Mark. It was a lot of fun. I’m not usually a Martha fan, but now that I realize she’s really a Maker too, I might have to start watching more.
That was fun!
That was a great, entertaining segment, Mark. The shirt alone says “I don’t do this often…”.
Maybe Martha has lit the afterburners of your Rapid Rise In Popularity Missile, and you’ll be Dancing With The Stars soon! You can demonstrate your rocket skates in the freestyle dance! …you can’t do worse than Steve O did.
What a fun guy you must be, Mark! You have the voice of a Sunday-school teacher, and it’s fun to hear that voice saying “just buy a toy and rip it apart”!
“Great segment, Mark. It was a lot of fun. I’m not usually a Martha fan, but now that I realize she’s really a Maker too, I might have to start watching more.”
What did you think Martha does, if not arts and crafts and “DIY?” It’s the exact same thing as your Maker with a capital M (I’m sorry, but ugh) movement, just with different marketing.
Great job! Looks like Martha had a lot of fun with it, too :)
Fields of Scots? That sounds like Braveheart :)
The funny thing is I’ve seen a number of guests on her show where Martha herself occasionally appears not to be genuinely interested or entertained. I guess if you do what she does for so long some of it loses its fun.
This wasn’t one of those times it seems.
Did you guys chat off-camera at all? Is she as nice as her on-air personality?
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