Make: magazine brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the exciting projects in your life and helps you make the most of technology at home and away from home. Projects in the magazine range from old-school balsa wood and tissue-paper airplanes to what to do to keep aging high-tech gadgets alive to building autonomous robots from junk. Originally published as a quarterly, Make: has evolved to a six-issue-per-year publication. It is a hybrid magazine/book (known as a mook in Japan). It follows in line with the Hacks books and Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks, but it takes a highly visual and personal approach. Make: is the first magazine devoted to DIY technology projects. Make: has a devoted audience of tech-savvy, DIY enthusiasts who are shaping the future with their innovative projects and ideas.
The web site at https://makezine.com/ has loads of great resources and ideas for people involved in Maker Spaces.