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I always love playing with web pages... even if it doesn't save to the site.Congratulations on your excellent viewing rate.
Excellent 'ible. Thank you!I can definitely see the two places where I got up and got a drink... I think I'll need a bit more practice ;)
In response to the instructions on the web site:Width does not equal diameter * Pi. That is how to compute the circumference. To compute width, take the diameter... that's it.http://math2.org/math/geometry/circles.htm
Complete with wireless watch charging and phone charging "dock"Thanks for the killer idea!
Thankfully, many people fail to clean their screens well. This often creates the loophole that *I* use to open pattern-locked devices: Just follow the smudges.I've irritated more than a few co-workers with this method.
Beautifully done. I've always considered putting a fan on my several RPis, but I am, honestly, too lazy ;)
Nice workaround.Personally, I've usually found my way into pattern-locked phones by following the smudges on the screen. It sometimes takes a few tries, but there's no loss of data...And it really irritates the person who owns the phone when they realize how insecure pattern locks are.
I love this idea! I've used toilet paper rolls in a similar fashion for years. It makes storage and finding what you need SO much simpler.
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