Step 3: Bend it. No, bend it more.

Bend the upright part of the bookend back. Even further. Yes, keep going. Now see how it springs back? Do it again. Don't worry, it won't break.

As you can see in the picture, mine is about 60 degrees from horizontal.
Hey, thanks! Gives me a good idea for making a stand for my Creative Zen, which I intend to convert it into a photo viewer.
waste of an awesome mp3 player
It's the 2nd generation, big and bulky. Not so convenient to bring around as compared to the newer version, which are lighter and slimmer. Anyway, better than collecting dust on the shelf or be forever hidden in the drawers. Play good music while viewing photos =)<br/>
it's still better than an ipod
Would you care to explain to us why Creative Zen is better than iPod? Have you ever even seen one? :)
Great! Thanks to gravity once again. You could use spray-glue to attach the non-slip material to the bookend.
nice idea, i will try
i think your phone is awesome.
Clever engineering, and entertaining presentation. Thank you. I might just make me a couple of those. I have the necessary parts laying around in various places around here. Now the hard job -- I gotta find 'em.
Thats Perfect. I had been using a business card holder. lol. Ill be making me two of these today. One for work, one for home.
This is totaly sweet i made one for my phone and itouch but i used this sticky pad i got with my phone Great work i luv it :D
how'd you do that to your phone
The P900 has a keypad which flips open. It's removable, and after the top of the keypad put those cracks in the case halfway up the screen, I removed it. This poor phone has been drowned, dropped, broken, scratched, insulted, reassembled, and taunted, yet it struggles on. It is the Russian tank of smartphones.
same way he did it to his ipod i bet :P
Do you mean "non-slip mat"?
B'oh. Fixed it now.
Great instructable and way better stand then all of those k'nex ones
This is great. I think I'm going to try to make a slightly different version for my Aspire One 10.1". Thanks!
Ingenious! Thanks for sharing!
Nice job. Congrats on being featured on lifehacker. 5/5 stars Also... First comment!

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