Monthly Archives: November 2014

Keep your plants watered with this watering system

If you like growing plants at home, then you know that they are restricted in space and climate. There are some things that you can do and there are that you can’t. You cant control the temperature and light much … Continue reading

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Chernobyl never looked more post-apocalypic than in this new drone film

Filmmaker Danny Cook went earlier this year to Pripyat—an abandoned city near Chernobyl, Ukraine—and captured this new amazing footage. It’s the closest that, hopefully, you will ever see to a post-apocalyptic city, 28 years after the catastrophe that has killed … Continue reading

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Iron-leg Poplar Dining Table

This is an older design I’ve been kicking around. All you need is a few pipes with reducing tees, flanges, and some 5′ wood boards and you can build and stain this project in about 3 weekends. We had it … Continue reading

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How to Give a Stellar Presentation

Don’t let fear get in the way. from HBR.org http://ift.tt/1zDXuiJ via IFTTT

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Watch How the World’s Largest Solar Farms Get Built

http://ift.tt/126SNTE Large-scale solar plants are monstrous construction projects, that cover hundreds or thousands of acres of land in photovoltaic goodness. This amazing video shows how they go from concept to reality. When it’s finished, this 550-megawatt plant, called Topaz Solar … Continue reading

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Lego car becomes an avatar for a worm

Remember the OpenWorm project, in which researchers reproduced the genome of a nematode worm digitally and made it wiggle around on a screen? If you take the "brain" of that worm and use it to power a robotic car, you … Continue reading

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Massive Attack’s “Teardrop” on acoustic guitar

http://ift.tt/1zRpLTI Gregory Johnson of Acoustic Labs plays a beautiful acoustic cover of Massive Attack’s downtempo classic "Teardrop." Original version below. http://ift.tt/1BOf3wV from Boing Boing http://ift.tt/1uw47iR via IFTTT

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