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I need someone to explain this to me.
hello to the hack-a-day crew, today i’ve put together some linking for your tinkering. mmm i can almost taste the diy custom brewed flavor
great way to start off, fabienne :) very interesting links. the hybrid potato cannon is calling my name..
dremel cd spinner was pretty awesome.
Wow, that was just…
I’m going to stop reading Hackaday now.
wtf number three
“if you don’t have anything nice to say…”
btw good job Fabienne. very.. cohesive :)
That was awesome Fabienne. I was digging the ice-lens.
Loved the links!
The video of the dremel cd spinner was entertaining.
meh, not bad. but the mythbusters cd exploder was better, and they even used ballistics gel.
That was a cool experiment on the CD’s. Looks fairly dangerous with those shards blasting out all over the place!
that last link about salvaging electronics parts was great.
anyone know how to find out what the frequency is of a crystal clock that you’ve salvaged?
also, the morphing wall was AMAZING!
when i was out at chapters i saw a similer mod as the cd rom window only it was done on a harddrive out right the guy warns every one not to use a new drive for this lol
did anybody see “the edge”? with anthony hopkins and alec baldwin? andy mentions the fire from ice trick, which i guess was supposed to symbolize never giving up or something. but he says it right after they fail to get picked up by a plane, so the dialogue is kind of like this:
hopkins: do you know how to make fire from ice, bob?
hopkins: shape it into a lens
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