When Todd Reichert settles into the pilot seat of the helicopter he helped build, there are no fancy electronic switches to flip, there’s no fuel tank to fill and certainly no computer to configure before take off.
As computing moves from our desktops to our phones, we look into the future to see how technology will become increasingly ingrained in our movements and our active lives. From the Nike Fuelband to Google Glass, consumers are already seeing hints of the future of wearable devices. They have the possibility to make […]
It’s interesting to see the differences between the two.
The good folks over at Instructables shows us how with a little elbow grease, $200 and a weekend you can repaint your car for cheap. Before: After:
Here’s three pieces of hardware I’ve found that can save a ton of water every month. If you like me, having to pay a higher water bill for my indiscretions can really add up. Whether it’s enjoying those long soaking showers or double flushing the commode, having some energy (or water) efficient fixtures can help. […]
In a typical animation career you wear many hats. You may have a specific expertise, but chances are that just as often, you’ll juggle many skills and titles from job to job. Animation artists find most of their work via word of mouth. No offense to agents, reps, and recruiters, but to succeed in finding […]
I’ve fallen in love. Sugru, the silly putty for grown-ups has made a video showing all the cool things you can do with the two. From an impromptu hack to hanging keys adding a do-it-yourself troll head on your favorite pencil, it seems a match made in heavan.
I love Lifehacker. Without them I would have never found Tim’s Blog. Over there he’s got a great write up on a concept that details a way to reduce stress by breaking up the mind loop that keeps you stuck thinking about a worry or stressor. Here’s an excerpt: […]
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