If you've always wanted to get involved with DIY projects, but didn't know where to start, the folks at Make Magazine have a solution for you. They're launching Maker Camp, a free, totally online, 30-day program where you'll be challenged with new and interesting DIY projects each day.
We've previously suggested local hackerspaces to meet people with the skills and the tools to help your creative ideas get off the ground. But if you're still a little hesitant, Maker Camp is a great way to start. Registration is free -- all you have to do to sign up is head over to the Make Google+ Page.
From July 16 through to August 24, Make will post a new challenge, host Google+ Hangouts to help you get started, and be on hand to offer their advice. The program is geared towards teens and beginners, but you don't have to be young to participate -- just young at heart. What do you think? Willing to sign up and follow along, or do you have another suggestion for DIY beginners? Let us know in the comments below.
Maker Camp [Make]