How to Comb Your Hair Like a Real Man...





Introduction: How to Comb Your Hair Like a Real Man...

Any self respecting geek, nerd, dork, reject, etc., should find this one very intriguing. The ladies love it, too.

It is... How to comb your hair with a processor.

Step 1: Find a Processor

Find a processor and grasp it in your fingers. Do not let go, as you will need this for later steps. If you can not find a computer processor, tear one out of your local computer. Note that this may damage things.

Step 2: Comb

Retrieve processor previously stored in your fingers. Move the processor to a place where you have hair. Often most places do not require combing. Place contacts of the processor into the hair, to rest on the skin that the hair grows out of. Pull back through the hair.

Step 3: Information

This is my third Instructable, second published. It is definitely meant as groundbreaking information.




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    Microprocessors work Good with some lolly sticks glued to them as a handle

    Why not glue on a RAM chip?

    Claiming someone elses' work as your own without citing a source is plagiarism, which is rather generally frowned upon.

    I know you've now sourced it on the 3rd page, but few folks are going to get that far.

    But I'm sure you have your own original instructables floating around in your head somewhere, let 'em out! =)

    works cited pages are the last page of papers....

    I never did claim it as my own and the source has been there the whole time.
    If people are going to insult, that should at least read the whole thing.

    I'm not meaning to insult you, just wanting to give you some information: I realize your instructable is a bit tongue-in-cheek. (and I did read it in its entirety) I'll give you a scenario: Bob re-posts some photographs that someone else took along with the idea for using them. Bob forgets to ask permission from the copyright owner to re-use the photographs and idea. Bob leaves his citation until the last frame. Bob is infringing on someone elses intellectual property rights... By reposting the photos and ideas Bob has inadvertently claimed that he has ownership of the material. Here's scenario 2: Bob sees an idea he likes on a site and wants to spread the love to instructables. He emails the owner of the material and the owner gives him permission to share the photos in a how to. Bob cites his source on page one with a name, date, website and licensing info if applicable. No one gives Bob trouble because they can tell he is respecting the rights of the copyright owner. I think if this had happened the second way no one would have made much in the way of negative comments. A lot of folks here have had their intellectual property straight up stolen at one time or another and this probably bothered them especially. By all means, get permission to use the material. And please do post more original instructables. I think folks here would all show a lot more appreciation for that.


    Agreed :D

    unfortunately, I use the Socket LGA 775, and those are ZIF procs... so no pins for me.

    Nice idea i took the thing that a hard drive plugs in to a comp and it worked amazingly wlll