How about LESS food recipes?

How about LESS food recipes.  Of today's list of INSTRUCTABLES, about half are just recipes.

How about categories that we can opt out of?

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It's just because of the competitions on at the moment.
kelseymh6 years ago
Your math seems to have some difficulties. Out of the 20 Instructables currently on the RECENT page, exactly four (that's 20%, which is much less than 50%) are food related.
Nate Ocean (author)  kelseymh6 years ago
In the most recent Instructables Newsletter that I received by email, there are 15 featured articles and of these 6 recipes. A 7th is is also cooking related. So that's either 40% or 47%, so I'll stand by my math.
Yes, the number of FEATURED food recipes is a larger fraction. Perhaps people who cook can write better Instructables than average member? What you wrote was "today's list of Instructables" which doesn't specify that you were filtering only on the "Editor's Picks".
Nate Ocean (author)  kelseymh6 years ago
What's the point of your replies?

All you offer is snark and insults.

Don't you have anything better to do? Certainly you've offered nothing constructive here.
I've offered two different constructive options, as has Kiteman. If you don't like those options, that's your problem.

Your claim that half of recent Instructables are food-related is not accurate. In fact, they are pretty evenly spread among several different broad categories -- food, tech, crafts, workspaces, and information.
Kiteman6 years ago
See the banner at the top of the page?

Click anything except "food"....
Nate Ocean (author)  Kiteman6 years ago
Thanks for the tip, but I'm referring to the (almost) daily Instructables email. With so many irrelevant "recipes" I find myself ignoring them all, rather than sifting thru the debris for interesting technical articles.

Is there an "opt-in", "opt-out" list for what you'd like to receive by email?
i.e. CNC, electronics, science, solar, etc.

Ah, right.

In that case, you need this Instructable - you can change the trigger words to things like "recipe" or "food".

(You do know why there are so many food-related projects at the moment, don't you?)
Hey, Kiteman. Unfortunately, Zach's script will not work for email - it's for browsers (yes, the line is often blurred, but I can't find anything to make greasemonkey work within a browser). :(
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