First Smash, Then Season

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First Smash, Then Season
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Alright, we're gonna need a minor of garlic salt leading into a flat 5 oregano and then finish it off with a paprika arpeggio.

~NSHA

Another Job Well Done!

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Another Job Well Done!
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From BPerry2:

I was able to build this lamp for under $20 (US) The books cost $6, The Switch and fixture cost $7.50, and a few misc. items that was another $4.

Another successful book lamp from a dedicated user! That particular light bulb looks brilliant, a great addition to the build. If you missed the first one, here's what user Richard C made last week. Well done guys, let's keep them coming!

Now to Put on My Favorite Albu... Crap

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Now to Put on My Favorite Albu... Crap
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No, I'm not headbanging. It's just the 'shake-to-shuffle' feature.

~NSHA

Mad Science Monday: Almost as Good as a Bionic Arm

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Mad Science Monday: Almost as Good as a Bionic Arm
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From the submitter:

So you have a ceiling fan in a room with a cathedral ceiling that needs a light bulb and no ladder available. Using a broom stick, an empty pill bottle, a hair scrunchy, a large chef's knife, and some duct tape you can build Bulb Changing Tool 5000. Simply cut a series 1-1/2" long slits lengthwise starting at the open end of the pill bottle to make a collapseable bulb holder. Wrap the hair scrunchy around the pill bottle to enable a nice grippy action. Punch a hole in the bottom of the pill bottle.

Make Your Own Outlet Timer

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Make Your Own Outlet Timer
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Instructables user cbaabc73 came up with a cheap and easy way to turn off outlets when you aren't using them. He built it after noticing his wife kept leaving the curling iron plugged, which can be extremely dangerous. This DIY project takes only basic tools without the use of soldering.

Nope.

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Nope.
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A cool visual concept. But in every other sense... nope.

~NSHA