I would like a LED light which will change tube light. Please lead to me how to do?
Posted by trandung 11 years ago
After reading through this interview that sparked something in me, We (the community) should hold our own interview with Eric.I think it would be nice to get to know the CEO of Instructables!So, I am asking, three questions per user. No more than three.Please make them appropriate for Instructables (family)Then whenever the lot of you have asked, I'll get them into a document, and PM them to Eric.Also, scan through existing comments to make sure your question hasn't already been asked.GO!
Posted by bumpus 9 years ago
Asked by Perry The pom 8 years ago
On this page: https://www.instructables.com/tag/type-question/?sort=RECENT There's the "enter your question" input box. The user-input is added to the GET vars as "questionText", and the spaces are encoded as %20, but the ampersands and question marks are not. This results in the question being split up & ignored, and the remainder is interpreted as another querystring var. So typing in "What is this & that?" becomes "questionText=What%20is%20this%20&%20that?". The ampersands & question marks (and all other non-URL safe) characters should be encoded. Thanks!
Posted by jumpfroggy 6 years ago
I recently applied for your weekly news letter and i wanted to know when to chek my e-mail to see it?
Asked by Supercoke 8 years ago
There used to be a lot more traffic activity in this Ask a Question area of instructables. Since changing the access to this feature there has a marked decrease of new adult questions ! Now we mostly see many youngster Padawan electricians and some old guard members. Maybe the old access button could be returned to the more prominent position of years ago. That would please me.:-) Maybe I am venting about a trend due to expanding social media. Thanks for reading, Alex....
Posted by iceng 4 years ago
Hi guys. My name is Wade, and I run the editorial team at Instructables. I'll be answering community questions posed on this thread on Friday, May 16th from 1-4PM PST. All questions asked and answered for today. Feel free to ask more questions, though, and we'll probably run another one of these in a week or two. If you've been curious about the site, here's a chance to get the inside scoop on what actually goes on at Instructables. how to get featured how we choose featured authors the best time to enter a contest how much meat do Eric and Christy actually consume? how we decide what prizes to give away ...and whatever else you're curious about Thanks to everyone who participated. Especially Ben, whose interrogative greed was beneficial for everyone who lurked without posing a question. For the next Friday Forum on May 30th: https://www.instructables.com/community/Friday-Forum-Ask-an-Editor-Contest-Edition/
Posted by wilgubeast 3 years ago
Topic: The 2000-Year-Old Computer (and Other Achievements of Ancient Science)We learn in school that the science of our ancestors included such endearing bunk as flat planets, geocentric solar systems, and the balancing of the body's four humors. (Even the pre-internet decades of my youth now seem to me like a dark, distant era of ignorance that I can't believe we all survived.) Did our ancient predecessors get anything right? Of course they did. Tonight, science historian Richard Carrier will discuss the nature and limitations of ancient science.While crucial contributions have come from many different cultures throughout history, Richard will talk about a handful of Graeco-Roman scientific and technological advances that might surprise you. Here's a teaser: we'll learn about the Antikythera mechanism, the oldest known computer discovered in a 2000-year-old shipwreck near Crete (pictured below). Cool.ABOUT THE SERIES: Ask a Scientist is an informative, entertaining, casual science lecture series, held at a San Francisco cafe. Each event features a speaker on a current topic, a short presentation, and the opportunity to ask all those burning questions that have been keeping you up at night. No tests, grades, or pressure, just food, drinks, socializing, and conversation about the universe's most fascinating mysteries. February 26, 200807:00 PM - 09:00 PMCost: FreeLocation: MapAxis Cafe1201 8th Street (btw. 16th & Irwin)San Francisco, CA 94107Additional Info:http://www.askascientistsf.com/
Posted by noahw 10 years ago
Come join ringmaster Zeke Kossover and his crew of sensational sideshow scientists as they (and YOU) perform dazzling demonstrations that illustrate physical principles! Watch, and listen, as sound shatters a wine glass! Ride a hovercraft! Turn on an electric pickle! Try to look at invisible glass! Witness the stopping of time! (Ok, not time exactly, but the hands of a watch.) Zeke and his crew will astound, amaze and explain, every step of the way. Can you think of a more appropriate way to celebrate Mardi Gras, than sledgehammering a bed of nails into the chest of a physics teacher from New Orleans? I sure can't!RINGMASTER: Zeke Kossover, physics teacher at Jewish Community High School of the Bay.THE CREW: Tucker Hiatt, physics teacher at The Branson School and director of Wonderfest; Leif Steinhour, Constructor, One Off Shoppe.WHEN: Tuesday, February 5th, 7:00 pm WHERE: Axis Cafe, 1201 8th Street (btw. 16th & Irwin) Ask a Scientist recommends that you come early to make sure that you get a good view.http://askascientistSF.com
Posted by noahw 10 years ago
This was from one of my friends. He wanted me to post one of his sites here because I told him quite a few people read these forums. Anyway, here's the link. It was kind of a joke he made up ( he's a bit odd) and he carried it on and made a site. I've looked at it... it's weird. Let me tell you again I did not make this site. He did. The only good thing about it would be the forums...
Posted by Rockerx 9 years ago
Dear Instructables community, I am 16, closer to 17 and for some reason i find nostalgia in pipe smoking. I have never known any pipe smokers but most people in my family have smoked at one time to another. I am wondering if i should ask my parents if i can smoke a tobacco pipe or just wait in silence till i am 18 and buy it regardless of their opinion. For all those who are going to try to warn me to the risks of tobacco i know. It is proven that pipe smokers also live 2 years longer on average by the surgeon general. Also it would be legal because i spend my summers in Massachusetts where tobacco can be gifted by parents or guardian. None of my friends smoke pipes, i don't think its very popular in my age group at all i want to do it for me, why i am not sure. Thankyou
Posted by HOMEPIE64 8 years ago
I am looking for one that does the efects of having three small screens on the whole computer screen
Asked by delta1998 7 years ago
Well, I wonder what electronics part is that I have, seems to be an integrated circuit progamavel, found her in a radio circuit. It is written: SAMSUNG S603V S1A0426CO2-SO KD8025G And I would like to know how to search on the internet specific parts like this
Asked by ualbuquerque 3 years ago
Asked by 35Timmy 4 years ago
Ok there is tihs girl in my class that i like and she knows that i like her and im not afraid to ask her out but i dont know how and where to, i go to the park with her and my friends alot and i need to know exactly what to say to her
Trying to set my own Telnet Server up (On Windows 7) but when I go to "Control Panel>Programs>turn windows features on or off" and check Telnet Server (telnet client I have already checked and it works) it says there was an error (no numbers to tell me the error type), so does anyone know what I can do?
Asked by hmanion 6 years ago
Girl in class likes me, told her i liked her, told her I didn't like her because friends that are girls didn't like her, even though she's pretty, nice smart. my friends that are boys like her. I want to ask her out but don't know wht my friends that are girls would say.
What i mean by elementry wallball is the game like dogeball that that bounce the ball of the wall but with 1 person teams, i just want to know so i can back it up so i might likely be able to back it up so its not just for kids
Asked by 35Timmy 4 years ago
I wanted to use it for uses other than classroom use such as teaching young sibblings , training sportsmen , ETC disclaimer : I respect the rights reververed of classroom jeopardary I respect the fair use, ( I just put tm because they do not have that symbol on my keyboard so I typed tm)
Asked by 35Timmy 4 years ago
So there's this girl in my class that I really like but she never seems to be alone she always seems to be with her friends and I can't find a good time to ask her out.
Asked by bob the builder #1 8 years ago
Asked by Yerboogieman 8 years ago
Asked by Yerboogieman 8 years ago
A few users may have heard about me speaking at a conference with some other youths to 350 people, this was the launch of a great DVD made to help teachers, counsellors, youth workers and many other people understand about bereavement from a teenager's or a child's perspective. It was a great project collaboration between Cruse Bereavement Care, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Macmillan Cancer care and Barnardos. I was on this project from the planning stage, after the grant from the Big deal lottery Fund had been approved. The project took us to the Share centre on a planning day followed by a weekend where we got all the footage for the final project. Not long after the same project took me to Westminster Abbey to speak to MP's and Lords about the state of government help and counselling for bereaved children and teenagers, that initiative was started by MP Alex Davey who was in the same position as a teenager and hopes to improve care for these things throughout the UK. The project was a great thing to do and I personally enjoyed the hoohah out of it. The end product is a great resource and I would really recommend it to any teacher or counsellor who deals with teens, it could help a lot of people, even the likes of clergymen and ministers. I'm not just saying this because I'm in it but that surely helps, it was received really well by everyone at the conference which broached many topics and had a lot of interesting material at it. We also did another youth panel though this time we were asked set questions about the project rather than the audience be able to ask. The DVD should be available from cruse soon, I honestly do think it's worthwhile...Some press about the launch... Medicalnewstoday.comPress release[
Posted by killerjackalope 9 years ago
Why do people ask the same question over and over? Why do people ask the same question over and over? Why do people ask the same question over and over?
Asked by kelseymh 7 years ago
Hello everybody I am starting to get into batch files and so on. I am trying to make a program that will copy different files depending on what the user wants. Would anybody know where I can find some good turituals or a ( free)program that will make the codes for me ? I need to Figure out how to make a menu. The options need to copy certain files from a floppy (a) to the desktop. Is there anyway for me to make shortcuts in a folder of all the shared folders without knowing there names ? Codes and links are much appreciated The below image is as far as I have gotten
Posted by littlechef37 10 years ago
If God came to your house and said that you have one question you can ask him and he will answer it what would you ask?
Posted by daredevil499 6 years ago
Asked by GregA78 2 months ago
Hi, I am wondering if it's against the rules of instructables to ask for funding in an instructables to be able to buy parts for my next instructables. Any one knows? Thanks in advise. :)
Posted by Electrospark 3 years ago
Hopefully this is a short during problem, but I was unable to ask a question. When I clicked 'Ask it!', the box just went back to,' don't be shy, enter the question for the community to answer.' About coding problems: please people, if it ain't broken, don't fix it!
Posted by BobS 7 years ago