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Thank you. I never would have considered PVC for the frame of a spinner.
This is why, as I was originally instructed in school, I always have a wet sponge to clean the tip when I solder. I also heavily tin the tip prior to turning off the iron to help protect the tip from oxidation. Simple daily maintenance like that has allowed me to avoid more difficult maintenance like this.Thank you, though, for showing a good way to clean up those nasty tips ;)
It works just fine if that tablet (1) uses a pattern lock and (2) the user doesn't clean the screen
Just type it directly into your address bar. Or Google search "free NASA software" and click the first link.Dunno what the issue is with the link here other than it's missing a colon after https
Is the lock still good after this picking or is it more like drilling a lock?
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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