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How to Make Honey! [How Do They]

Our Russian friends over at EnglishRussia have detailed step-by-step photos on how to make honey with real bees.

For those of you who have never seen how they (bees) make honey, head over here.

Btw, honey can be much better substitute than sugar for your morning-addictions like coffee.

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5 Cups of Coffee Protects you from Alzheimer’s Disease!

My grandmother has the dreaded Alzheimer’s Disease, she doesn’t even remember me anymore.

But the good news if that scientists have figured out that coffee is good for your brain. In fact, drinking 5 cups of coffee protects you from Alzheimer’s Disease.

Well, I drink about 4 cups a day, I guess I will have to get a bit more jittery.

They’ve found that adding caffeinated water to rodents’ diet results in big improvements. The mice perform better on short-term memory and thinking tests. But only if they get enough caffeine.

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Coffee Reduces Risk of Getting Prostate Cancer!

Here’s some interesting news for coffee bean addicts out there, coffee can actually reduce risk the chances of getting prostate cancer.  Hard to believe but 60% of the men who drank most coffee had much lower risk of getting prostate cancer.

HOUSTON – While it is too early for physicians to start advising their male patients to take up the habit of regular coffee drinking, data presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research Conference revealed a

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Table DIY – How to Fix a Wobbling Table with Wine Corks!

Here’s another one of those, “Why didn’t I think of this before?”

You can easily fix a wobbling table with sliced wine corks, which are perfect since they can really grab some friction while re-using them will be environmentally friendly too.

Tired of spilling coffee on your homework papers or laptop keyboard? Don’t waste perfectly good napkins to stop the wobble. Stick a few of these cork discs in your backpack or pocket and use them to steady that shaky table.

via instructables

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DIY Japanese Coffee Making Robot!

Here’s a rather interesting DIY Japanese Coffee Making Robot, very cute, almost like a comic strip.

via hackedgadgets


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DIY – How to Make a Coffee Roulette!


No, this isn’t your Russian roulette or Vegas roulette you are more familiar with.  It’s a “techno-geek” coffee roulette machine made from worn-out harddrives to find out who’s making coffee for the day.

This is a gadget made from recycled computer parts to give an absolute, unequivocal and irrefutable answer to that eternal office question – “Whose turn is it to make the coffee?” Each time the power is turned on, this wonderful device will rando

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Lock It Cup keeps your Coffee Secure!

If you live in a world where you have to worry about your coffee being stolen, you are probably in the wrong place to live but here’s a Lock It Cup just in case.

A cup that is designed for people who share facilities at their work place, such as the kitchen. The cup has a hole which prevents most people from using it. Only the owner of the cup can use his shaped key to close the hole, pour the coffee and enjoy the drinkin

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GooHack of the Day – How to Make Instant Laser Coffee!

Well, as much as I love coffee, I had to find out if there were some cool stuff about coffee on GooHack.

The result?

Well, I found this Youtube video on how to make instant laser coffee.

This has to be one of the coolest laser videos I’ve seen in awhile although I can stop wondering how the coffee will taste…

Video after the jump!


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DIY HACK – NES Controlled Espresso Machine

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Here’s a cool NES controlled espresso machinery!

…a PIC 16F876 microcontroller brain, a 20 character VFD display, nintendo controller, three zero-crossing solid state relays, IC thermometer, laser cut acrylic top, cold cathode ground effects and shot light. This project has stretched out for quite some time, and will likely continue on as I pick away at it some mo

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