What is the best PSP games? I just got a psp and would like to know what games are good.
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Asked by ahmad5204 8 years ago
I need help wining a bet my dad was talking about Korea and he said i wouldn’t last he said it’s like going outside when its 20 out and wetting yourself with a hose so me being me i said i could so im gonna wait till its 20 out and wet myself and spend that day outside. What can i do to stay warm and make it the 8 hours???
Asked by Don,t try this at home 7 years ago
I been trying to find a knex gun bet I coudnt fing one with a mag
Asked by SpeedStrikerXLR 8 years ago
So previously I asked what the best audiophile headphones were for 100 dollars or less and everyone agreed that such headphones do not exist for that price range. Now I just want the best I can get for under one hundred. P.S. I'm looking for ear cup, over the head headphones, not the kind you put in your ear. Thanks!
Asked by cdubnbird 8 years ago
Either that or the zoom pedal isn't working. that's my bet, it's the stock power supply . it runs fine on batteries, albeit for a short time.
Asked by Icarus1990xx 9 years ago
Do members ever get to make suggestions for contest themes? I was grilling this weekend and thinking it would be awesome if we could have a grilling contest this summer. I bet there would be a bunch of entried and it would give us all some great grilling ideas.
Posted by shangrilarcadia 10 years ago
To be honest, i think it sounds like a good idea. the device would probably have to be about the diameter of an orange, but i bet having a pocketwatch that doubles as a cell phone would be a hit with steampunk lovers! anyone agree with this?
Posted by EngineerJakit 7 years ago
Ok my headphones for my iPod always fall out of my ear is there anyway to fit them better
Asked by ps3king1 9 years ago
What the Hell are we? In general, I just looked at my hand the other day and thought, you know, if an alien ever came around and they really are spying on us, I bet they're probably thinking we're weird looking things. Wouldn't ya say??? *Trolling enrolls...?*
Posted by Punkguyta 10 years ago
Can a flag be added for handling duplicate comments? I bet this is happening because of the delay you get when submitting comments from certain browsers and people get click happy. https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Electronic-Cigarette/?comments=all#C6OFK55I9JRAXMA Thanks in advance MRB
Posted by MrRedBeard 3 years ago
Most sailors who fish use a 200 pound hand-line. Making lures looks easy but I bet there are things a newbee won't understand about hooks, skirts, lures, crimps, etc.
We all know girls just want to have fun, but from 1:00 to 1:50 what is the instrument that has its own solo? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTtelwOgscM there is a bet on the answer going. but i think its a xylophone but a run through google shows no answer anybody know so they can help me out?
Asked by slimguy379 8 years ago
Has anyone else checked out MAKE:Project? It looks like a wiki version of Instructables. Admittedly I'm not a huge fan of the wiki model, but I was wondering what others thoughts were on the site. Personally I'll stick here, but it will be interesting to see where the traffic goes in the future. Hmm, bet the K'nexers' would love the wiki part though.
Posted by Tool Using Animal 7 years ago
Bets place to buy cheap LEDS in volume quantities. Also selling IC's, CAPS, DIODES, RESISTORS,CONNECTORS, CABLES, ECT.http://stores.ebay.com/Select-TechnologyThe #1 seller of Electronic Components on Ebay.Just ask t3h_muffinator. He visited us last week and walked out with 3 huge bags of components.
Posted by umo88 11 years ago
Did you guys see this! I bet one of you could make one too! Pretty cool! Enjoy! Someone Built A Real-Life Thor's Hammer That Can Only Be Lifted By Its Creator http://www.iflscience.com/technology/youtuber-builds-real-thors-hammer-electromagnets
Posted by BLASTFEMI 2 years ago
My friend failed at trying to fix his nerf gun so i tried to fix it cause he bet i couldn't, and he's missing a couple parts and i wanna know what they are and where they go.
Asked by yeah i know 8 years ago
I am trying to figure out a way to lighten a load with helium balloons. I am looking for a way to make them portable too, i.e. to be carried in a backpack. Is there a more readily available gas that will do the same job without blowing up, or is helium the current best bet?
Asked by jemb29 6 years ago
I've posted this link elsewhere on 'ibbles, I make no apology for that, just spreadin' the knowledge :-)Covers the basics of workshop practice courtesy of MIT robotics lab. It's quite dry, but I bet these guys really let go at the weekend.Robot delivery roomEnjoy!
Posted by bosherston 9 years ago
I am getting a little annoyed by how the layouts are always changing. And I bet a lot of other people are too. ...so I got an idea that there should be a poll, showing all of the previous layouts, and maybe a few new ones, where the Instructables community could vote and pick their favorite one. Leave a comment on what you think about this, or give some other suggestions...
Posted by zascecs 7 years ago
I was looking at this, and I thought to myself, that all it does is run off a couple AA batteries. Would it be possible to create my own? I couldnt find anywhere what the voltage an ipod runs off of, but I bet someone here knows. thanks PS: I know it will probably void the warranty
Posted by allstarn07 10 years ago
Hi guys, Basically foofys Comment is how I Feel: It's a shame really, eventually he will resist the temptation to see what's been made, and the jealousy will boil up and regret annoy him. He will miss the Kinetic Rifle, automatic weapons etc. Sooo Im gonna stay stay and comment like twice a week. I Bet DJ Will troll on me for doing this ;) Please Tell Everyoneeeeeee BYEEEEE
Posted by MegaMetal8 7 years ago
DAVID TENNANT HAS QUIT AS DOCTOR WHO!!!It's... unthinkable!No maniac smile, no undercurrent of universe-spanning horrors...But, wait... that leaves a vacancy!Bets are already being taken on the successor, but... shouldn't it be an unknown? Somebody new to TV? Somebody with the charisma and confidence to carry off lines full of made-up names and sciences?Where do I apply?BBC Doctor Who Site
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago
My current access to a forge, is gas. At I've been told that it isn't hot enough to forge weld metals together. I'm curious what kind of fuel i should be using or alternate methods. I understand the process to create the damascus alloy, I just don't know the required forging method. I assume coal/coke would be my best bet. Cheers, Benduy
Asked by benduy 3 years ago
When I say 'flying machine', I mean I want to be able to relatively safely take off from the floor, fly, and land the thing, preferably sans death. I think my best bet would be something simple, not easily achieved, I'm aware, but still, any ideas guys?
Asked by paradoxdetected 8 years ago
What's with people needing like, 3 years cover for everything they own? Seriously, what do people do with their tech? I've never needed to honour a warranty in my life, and I void them without care. Wen people buy a TV, do they expect it not to work? I bet most warranties are really just some technophobe who accidentally messed with their settings and can't fix them again, or people who dropped their stuff and said it came like that.
Posted by baneat 9 years ago
Our friends over at Indy Mogul are looking for a new host/producer to replace Erik in the Backyard FX show! I'm betting someone from Instructables would be a perfect fit. They want you to make an audition episode by February 28 - anyone up for it? Check out their previous work for ideas. Video posting on Instructables here, and more on the Indy Mogul website.
Posted by canida 8 years ago
You may have seen the Hackable Christmas card Instructable by ian. Well now you have a chance to win one of those cards for yourself. Each of the runners-up in the Homemade Holidays Contest will win one card in addition to the $50 from Shapeways and the Pro membership and t-shirt! We'd like to thank ian for putting up these cards as prizes and wish everyone the best of luck in winning one!
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Yup, a half million peeps have peeped my ibles. I bet a lot of those were repeat offenders who stopped by to take a look at the train wreck again. 500,822 - at last count - is kinda like the population of Wisconsin. Anyway, thanks to all who felt the need to click on one of my instructables. It only proves one thing, either I am crazy to put up wacky ibles or.....wait...
Posted by caitlinsdad 6 years ago
Has anyone had any experience in taking a web cam, attaching it to the top of a monitor, then programming it to recognize face and hand movements, sort of how digital cameras today recognize faces, so it can be used to control a mouse. It would be sort of like having a virtual touch screen on any monitor and if someone could do this, I'd bet they'd make a lot of money.
Posted by emuman4evr 9 years ago
Here's one for the more creative engineers - a robot running on corkscrews instead of wheels or legs. Tim Lexen, an engineer in Cumberland, Wisconsin, has come up with a novel design for robots. It has a triangular body 18 centimetres on a side, capped by a round lid, and three stainless steel coils 20 cm in diameter and 40 cm long. Each coil is turned by a motor - and by activating a coil, the robot can move in the direction of the coil's axis. "It runs very well on grass, sand, gravel and other outdoor surfaces," Lexen said when he presented his work earlier this month at the IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Practical Robot Applications in Woburn, Massachusetts. However, the prototype has trouble gaining traction on surfaces like polished wood floors. Here's the thing though; Lexen's prototype is only radio-controlled. A human operator chooses what direction to rotate which screws. Given the idea, I bet the clever folk here could not only replicate the corkscrew drive, but make it autonomous. I'd bet an Arduino or Raspberry Pi would be up to the job. Go on - imagine the kudos of beating the boffins at their own game! New Scientist article. Abstract of Lexen's work. Video of robot in action.
Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago
Have you seen the videos for Flugtag? It looks like a great excuse to build something fun and jump in the water, and maybe fly a few feet too.Most of them look like this: And here's the US record holder, at a whopping 155 feet: I bet we could do better than that, especially with a drop. ;) Anyone have a proposal for Team Instructables? They hold these things around the world, so it's not just US. I bet we could pick up on style points as well.From the official page:The first Red Bull Flugtag took place in Vienna, Austria, in 1991. Since then, more than 35 Flugtags have been held around the world -- from Ireland to San Francisco -- attracting up to 300,000 spectators. The record for the farthest flight-to-date currently stands at 195 feet set in 2000 at Flugtag Austria. The U.S. record stands at 155 feet set in Nashville, TN in 2007.Teams are judged on three criteria: distance, creativity and showmanship. What constitutes a craft is purely up to the imagination of the participating teams. Past Red Bull Flugtag entries have included a pregnant cow, a diaper-delivering stork, a pimped-out Cadillac, a giant Oompa Loompa, and yes folks -- a lobster named Larry.
Posted by canida 10 years ago
Hi Everyone! We want to come up some really creative ways to use TINE, and we thought that instructables community might be a good place to get some help. TINE is is what you would get if you combined a post it note with YouTube. We've created these little stickers called TINE tags that you can stick on anything and then use the TINE app to record a video or audio message onto the sticker. When someone scans your sticker, they'll see your message and you'll get notified. You can learn more at tinetag.com. It's totally free and our goal was to create something new and different that people could use in a lot of creative ways. We would love to hear how you would use TINE. We recently created a DIY on how to use TINE to make any book a recoradable audio book, but we know there are tons of other ideas out there. Let us know if you have an amazing idea for TINE and we will make a DIY for it. Thanks, Vik from TINE
Posted by TINETagIt 3 years ago
Ever wonder what happens to those peach pits you throw out? No, I bet you don't, so here is an interesting new design utilizing the pits from peaches to create some neat flooring.http://www.luxist.com/2008/03/22/eco-friendly-flooring-made-of-peach-pits/Think "eco-friendly home design" and a lot of different options come to mind, but I'm willing to bet fruit pits as flooring isn't one of them.Alla le Roux feels differently however, and after being inspired by personal experience has started a business ( Stone Fruit Floors ) that designs and sells handmade flooring created out of peach pits. The pits are sanded down (to get rid of sharp edges and make them more comfortable to walk on) and set into the floor by hand along with glue, sand, and a resin mixture. The end result looks like a strange mix between hardwood, tile, and linoleum.Interesting... I'm not really sure what else to say about this!Check out the whole process here.Here is another gallery of the floorsSomeone has got to learn how to make these...will it be you? We can do it! Plus, you get the benefits of eating peaches!
Posted by Brennn10 10 years ago