Gweek audio experience: How to 3D print your family
Our guest this week is Maggie Tokuda Hall. She writes books for children and stories for adults.
You can find Maggie online at prettyokmaggie.com and on Twitter at @emteehall.
- Book Reviews in Doodle- I review comics, novels + kids books
- I read novels out loud with my boyfriend. We’ve read: Crime and Punishment, The Bone Clocks, Americans Gods and a lot more, many of them reviewed in the above link.
- Shipwreck SF (podcast and event)
- Crossy Road - Endless Arcade Hopper
- I had my family 3D printed for Christmas at the Artec Showroom in Palo Alto
- Sleep like the dead
- The Box Trolls
- Fitnessblender.com’s kettlebell workouts
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