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While the skull looks pretty normal from a far distance, you will notice that a bunch of old cassette tapes have been used for constructing the skull if you look very carefully.
This is a cool way to recycle your old cassette tapes and make a scary plastic sculpture for your home.
Just make sure to transfer all your music digitally using a cassette-to-digital converter(via
Remember all the great hoverboard posts? Well, check out this original, used Back-to-the-Future hoverboard on auction at eBay with minimum bid starting at $30 grand!
Here’s a site called SimplyNoise, who’s sole purpose in life is to produce white noise.
Well, I’ve tried it out and was very disappointed that all they did was capture some TV white noise and put it on their site.
That said, SimplyNoise will need to provide other types of white noise such as a mother’s womb to get the site more popular.
I mean, who likes to listen to white noise on TV anyways?
“This is an iRobot Create fitted with a Robot Arm I pulled from an old Radio Controlled vehicle. It uses a Propeller Protoboard and motor controllers and accelerometers from Parallax to control the Arm and monitor it’s position using the two accelerometers mounted on the arm. The Create is controlled by another Propeller and uses a CMUCam1 for Color
I know these can be helpful for ladies and men out there who have problem with acne forming on your nose, learn how to make your own nose pore strips. Come to think of it when it gets peeled off, yuck!
DIY Pore Strips (this is the recipe I found but I think you could 1/2 it if it is too much for one application) 1/2 Teaspoon Knox unflavored gelatin 1 Teaspoon of milk Stir together and microwave for 10 seconds (or less) to warm it up and melt the gelatin . Use a cosmetic brush** and apply the mixture to your nose and chin (make sure you avoid) your eyes). Let the mixture dry for abo
For those of you who want to change tabs quicker in Firefox, here’s a quick round-up of commands you can use for that:
Ctrl+Tab – This will immediately switch to the next tab
Ctrl+Number – Every tab is “virtually” numbered from left to right so if you press Ctrl+1, that will switch you to the very first tab, Ctrl+2 will switch you to the second tab and so on.
For Macs, just use Command button instead of Ctrl.
Also, you can close a tab anytime using Ctrl+W, I use this frequently.
Of course, just when you thought Steve Jobs was done by introducing the gigantic iPhone (or iPad), we find his secret plans for iBoard 2012 and iMat 2014.
Really though, if Apple can do their marketing right, there’s nothing they can’t sell.
Hey, but what if Steve Jobs is really thinking like this?