Portable, loud, and fashionable. Take a vintage suitcase and install a set of speakers, passive crossovers, an amplifier, and a couple of rechargeable batteries. Now, you have a portable, albeit...
Patrick Gallagher | Monday May 13th, 2013 1:04 PM
Categories: Electronics | 9 Comments
Tardigrades are tough little creatures. The tardigrade was originally named "kleiner wasserbär," which means "little water bear" in German. They are tiny (~ 1 millimeter long), eight-legged animals that live...
Laura Cochrane | Thursday May 2nd, 2013 4:00 PM
Categories: Craft, Crochet, Science | No Comments
The FM radio band (88-108 MHz) lies just below the Civil Aviation Band (108-138 MHz), which is used for air traffic control, air shows, and other ground-to-air communications. This means...
Categories: Hacks, Electronics | 5 Comments
MAKE's photo editor, Gregory Hayes, made this fantastic draft-dodging hyena out of a pair of his destroyed work jeans, to keep the draft from creeping in under the door of...
Laura Cochrane | Monday April 1st, 2013 4:00 PM
Categories: Craft, Home, Sewing | 2 Comments
This is my version of a classic way to “roll” the die for a board game.
Categories: Fun & Games | No Comments