Ruth Suehle

By day, Ruth Suehle helps upstream open source software communities and tells people how to build fun things with a Raspberry Pi. By night, she fights crimes against craftiness. No, that's not true. She just makes things, which means her husband and kids know to watch out for stray pins and to ask before eating anything made of fondant. (Follow her on Twitter at @suehle.)

Get a Peek at What’s Coming to Dragon Con TV

This weekend, it's Dragon Con TV in your rooms at all five host hotels. Whether or not you're headed to Atlanta, you can enjoy this sneak peek at what's new in their geek video lineup.

The Best of Dragon Con For Your Preteens

If you're bringing your preteens to Dragon Con next week, you'll want to check out this list of the best events they won't want to miss.

A New Peek At <em>Guardians of the Galaxy</em>

Just a few weeks left until Guardians of the Galaxy, and all indications are that it's going to be another Marvel hit.

<em>Star Wars</em> Droids Support Immunization

Check out this poster from 1977, which has your favorite Star Wars droids promoting immunization.

Maker Camp Starts Monday! Sign Up To Join The DIY Fun

Kill the summer boredom with DIY projects from Maker Camp, the summer camp your kids can go to from Google+.

Test Your Geography Knowledge With Google SmartyPins

Play Google's new geography trivia game with Trivial-Pursuit-style questions.

Nine Geek Actors You Don’t Often Hear Sing

Occasionally we get to see actors we already love bust out the singing chops, whether it's in a supremely cheesy movie like Rock of Ages or something more like Joss Whedon's gift to the Internet, Dr. Horrible's ...

Musicals: Where You Shouldn’t Be Singing Unless You’re On The Stage

Enjoy musicals? Then help everyone else enjoy them by enjoying them quietly.

George R. R. Martin Talks About Wild Cards

Fans who know George R. R. Martin only as the author behind the books that became Game of Thrones may be interested in seeing his much older and continuing superhero-based work, Wild Cards.

Help Bring Back <em>Beat the Geeks</em>—But Better. <em>Ubergeek</em>.

Remember Comedy Central's Beat the Geeks? That show's TV geek, Paul Goebel, wants to bring it back in a bigger way: Ubergeek. Here's how you can help.