Monthly Archives: November 2013

How an Engineer Earned 1.25 Million Air Miles By Buying Pudding

Most travelers take a passive approach to collecting Air Miles. The points accumulate in their account and, at some point, they might consider cashing them in for a free flight or upgrade—but there’s a better way to do it. With … Continue reading

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New wrapping paper can be used to grow vegetables

As the holiday season gets into full swing, one inevitable byproduct of the widespread cheer will be masses of waste wrapping paper. One interesting idea to reduce this comes via Eden’s Paper, which is billed as a "100 percent plantable … Continue reading

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Sew Neck Warmers (Button Tricks!)

Neck warmers are one of the things I can’t live without during the winters! It’s funny how I’ve never tried to sew a neck warmer until now, really, instructables is inspiring me to make things everyday! I made 4 neck … Continue reading

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Harvard shows important progress toward 3D printing lithium-ion batteries

Harvard scientists first introduced 3D printing batteries back in June. The team created lithium-ion microbatteries the size of a grain of sand using 3D printing technology. from 3ders.org http://www.3ders.org/articles/20131126-harvard-two-important-steps-towards-3d-printing-lithium-ion-batteries.html via IFTTT

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3D Printshow Paris 2013 Recap by Airwolf 3D

3D Printshow Paris 2013 from 3ders.org http://forum.3ders.org/showthread.php?tid=698 via IFTTT

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Arduino Automatic Watering System For Plants Sprinkler

    Last month, Elecrow have left from the original office and moved to a new office. We will miss our original office where we worked so hard for more than two years, we will miss everything here, the desks, … Continue reading

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Online Data Trove Exposes Our Cognitive Quirks

When scientists study how we think, they usually design their experiments to control as many variables as possible. Though essential for careful science, these expensive measures restrict research in many ways: most psychology studies are conducted on small groups of … Continue reading

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