We’re Back Hack-A-Day Mini-extra

Hack-A-Day got a little upgrade. We’ve got comments back, a major blogsmith update and a new server. In celebration I’m whipping up a short late night extra.

[max] sent in his ethernet temperature monitor.
I had some interest in my Tie Fighter VR joystick, so I ressurected the design.
[Todd] sent in a makeshift pizza sauce can furnace for melting metals.
We keep getting the time fountain submitted – uv leds and florescing dye.
[Kmangwing] sent in a pen sized omni 2.4ghz antenna
I don’t even know what to say about this one.
[Wiesi] sent in his linksys EFG120 NAS device hack

With all the changes things are bound to be wonky. Point, laugh and let us know what you think. The site is driven by tips, so shout out if you’ve got one.

33 thoughts on “We’re Back Hack-A-Day Mini-extra

  1. love everything about hackaday, check it everyday. ive made many of the projects listed on this site and i plan on making many more. thank you hackaday, congrats on everything; new server, aniversary, and of course comments are back! goodnight everyone.

  2. @james, no, they shouldn’t use capitalization, but they are…

    look at the title of this page, or any of the rss feed, and you will see capitalization.

    Also, the lego thing is definetly safe for work, theres nothing even remotely not safe unless a piece of lego moving up and down is unsafe, in which case, your work must suck.

  3. I’d have to say that Lego…object… looks pretty dangerous. The gearing and everything seems fine, but maybe the actual moving apparatus should be replaced with something a little more… internally friendly.

  4. The dildo one is interesting. Reminds me of the sex machine toys that are made by using a reciprocating saw or saws all with a dildo on the end. Gives a whole new meaning to getting drilled! LOL!
    Your site rocks cheers!

  5. The tie fighter glove has captured my interest and im making a glove based on your design. i may post it eventually when i get it to work. the problem im having is securing the glove tight enough to push the connector stuff without moving the glove. i think i have a solution tho. anyways great stuff.

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