On 9-1-08 I saw Jessica Robinson Make history. She was the Very ist person in Deal or No Deal's history to win 1,000,000$ That is a lot of money
Posted by alfpwns 9 years ago
I'm in the US mid-atlantic area. i'm just alittle worried, they just seem to good to be true
Asked by otherscott 9 years ago
Well the tile kind of says it all, i am looking for a wireless camera that i can use on a small robot i have a controller called ez-b check this out -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EB70ehdJbo&playnext=1&list=PLA5BCC7944B2E7909&feature=results_video is there another camera i can do the same thing to? i would buy and use their own camera but it's too expensive and this is a first time experience with cameras (on robots)
Asked by rptech 5 years ago
Recently, I saw someone use a variation the phrase "You have no right to say that". Location and who said that are not important. Anyways, my bull detector went off, so I just decided to post this topic. For all the people who have used this phrase before, guess what? They still said it. The receivers of this skewered phrase obviously don't care if they don't have the right to say it, which brings me to this train of thought: Why do we call it a "Right"? Most times people say it as if it was not a legal right at all, but matter of fact is, that most conversation on the internet is not really anything to involve cops or authorities in (Well, at least the conversations with the phrase I mentioned above), so why are we treating this as something straight out of the constitution or bill of rights or whatever? Offtopic: I kept the poster of the comment and the location of the comment anonymous for a reason. It would be smart for him/her to not blow it with a poorly written comment. Why I posted this topic: There have been a bunch of phrases on the internet (some offensive with cuss words and whatnot) that don't make sense when you go by their definition, and I felt like ruining one of them.
Posted by DJ Radio 8 years ago
I tried to sell my 3D printing voucher on forum here at instructables, but with no effect... I was giving 25$ for free and nobody was interested. And now im asking ;) What website is best for selling that kind of stuff? Since july I have this voucher, and i cant sell it :/ Thank you in advance!
Asked by kondzio29 4 years ago
So, I am looking a cool knives on dealextreme, and I was wondering, which is the best?links:http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.18076http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.6198http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7011http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.11620
Asked by Flumpkins 9 years ago
This is a forum of curiosity. Ever bought some knex off ebay, or craiglist, or anywhere else? Got it for an awesome price? Share it here! You can use this forum to show, brag, share, sell or advertise some awesome deals that you have/had while buying knex. Here is my most recent on (pictured below), I bought 10 knex balls (10 half yellows and 10 half reds) for just $3! How awesome is that? =P So... whats deals have you had?
Posted by Hiyadudez 7 years ago
Bought some new batteries today and when looking on ebay a guy had a booklet you could buy to learn how to recondition dewalt batteries. Actually any rechargable battery and also lead batteries. The cost was about $8. just wondering if it was a real deal.
I'm doing a little informal research to find the best deal in neodymium magnets. The price per cubic inch seems to be extremely variable- some on the order of $10 and others in the hundreds of dollars. Can you find a better deal than I did? Conditions on the order of NdFeB magnets: * Total price, including shipping to the US, under $30 * Contains at least four magnets with intact coating * Contains a total of at least 6 cubic inches (98322mm^3) of magnet The best I could come up with is $4.93 per cubic inch. Can you find a better unit price?
Asked by NobodyInParticular 8 years ago
If you become a pro member you have the ability to receive and give patches, I don't understand what they do? Is it just a way to say thank you? if so I think Instructables needs to make up some new ones or drop it altogether.
Asked by Blechmen 4 years ago
Hello there all, As you might be aware, us here in the UK are having a fair amount of snow, which as you might also be aware, causes our country to slowly collapse... Since those of you who live in Canada and northern states of the USA are quite a bit more used to the snow, I wondered if the collective genius of Instructables could give us some tips on dealing with snow... Things which'd be interesting to know about: -Footwear -Driving -Clothing -Shovelling I think you get the picture. Cheers!
Posted by macmaniac 7 years ago
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Posted by red111112 9 years ago
I'm pretty sure that I'm good until April of 2013, but I got two emails stating that my pro membership is expiring. I passed the first one off as a bug but now I'm a little concerned. Are the ones I receive as gifts, sitting in my pro membership tab, have an expiration date? Thank you. Zurichko
Posted by zurichko 5 years ago
We've worked out a special deal for the Instructables community to get the Telekinetic Pen Kit from the Maker Shed for 20% off until Dec. 19. We'll be sharing this deal in the upcoming Dec. 11 newsletter, but you can get it now. After ordering, use this coupon code: TELEPENSee the Instructable here: Telekinetic Pen.
Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago
How much would a decent beginning bass guitar cost through a pawn shop? What can I do to avoid getting ripped off? Is there anything I should look for in buying a bass guitar from a pawn shop?
Asked by Juklop 8 years ago
I want to build something like a CNC. But using a pen instead of CNC's drill so that I can use it to draw image. I searched a lot about G-code, but they are all for vectorgraph. So I need help if there is any software that can translate the bitmap to G-code? THANKS
Posted by asygoogle 3 years ago
Hi, my laptop lcd is broken .it is a 15.4 inch dell inspiron 1501,so my question is if i want to change the lcd i have to buy the same model of dell i.e 1501 or can i buy different inspiron version like e1505,9100 like that because i see some deals on other versions of dell .actually i see a very good deal($15) for inspiron 8500 ,so do you think it will fit.
Posted by vijaybhaskar 10 years ago
Well, I picked up this controller for incredibly cheap at a yard sale, but then when I got home, I noticed the plug was circular as oppose to my Xbox's Oval-ey female plugs. And the Controller looks legit enough, it has all of the Microsoft and Xbox markings, it's just the older style of controller. Could anyone explain this to me? Greatly Appreciated!
Asked by Wasagi 7 years ago
I want to buy a compound microscope, i want to be able to check for ecoli and parasite eggs. i figure 2000 power may work, correct me if not. would really like to be able to monitor or take pics via pc, but may be out of price range. looking at $300 us tops ,unless a super good used deal for around $500 comes by. i never took biology ,well since high school, so am out of ouch of what i want. ebay has new ones of a chinese brand, have to look up the name, but prefer used for better deal unless people know that the new ebay scopes A??? are a good deal. are scopes up-gradable , meaning, could i get a scope and add the camera attachment later? thanks, pure noob here, i know i dony want clips, and i know certain lights = cheaper from my research.
Posted by escapefromyonkers 6 years ago
Apologies if this has been asked before, but I've looked around and haven't been able to find anything dealing with the IP rights associated with the JD Independence Project contest winners. Typically Instructables contests don't run into this issue as they are dealing with already-created content and as such the IP is either available already or made available by nature of the public release of information (rendering the content ineligible for patent, at least under US IP law). With this particular contest, however, the prize is meant to preemptively fund a project, business, etc - so there's definitely the possibility of IP creation. How would Instructables/JD deal with this and what assurances do entrants have that IP generated as a result of the contest remains their own?
Posted by spinnakr 5 years ago
We've worked out a deal with the fine people at the Maker Shed for you to receive a 20% discount on the Magnet Sculpture Kit until December 19. We'll be sharing this deal in the upcoming newsletter, but you can get it now. After ordering, use this coupon code: MAGNETICSee the Instructable here: Make a Magnet SculptureMagnetic Sculpture kit from Collin Cunningham on Vimeo.
Posted by ewilhelm 9 years ago
I started to lay out my walls and found out my slab inot square. it was supposed to be 16 x 24 and it is 16 x 23' 9 x 23' 11. bothe ends are 16 ft but the two side differ by 2 inches. do i build to the slab and try to square up with the roof or do i square up the initial framing and leave an inch ovehang/short on the slab? BTW they deliverd the lumber yesterday and it is raining today
Asked by rh7157 8 years ago
I've had an interest in how physicists obtain deuterium for their experiments (especially those dealing with nuclear fusion). I know it comes in small quantities in water, in the form of deuterium oxide ('heavy water') . It also comes in the form of 'heavy methane' also. I've looked at several patents dealing with extracting deuterium from such sources. Is their any do-it-yourself (DIY) techniques that could use every day materials to obtain deuterium?
Posted by bigboy4006 7 years ago
It was only 15$ Anyone know how much they are normally?
Asked by bubbaman22 7 years ago
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Asked by Kiteman 3 years ago
My family likes to play a particular card game called Phase 10. The way it works is that after each hand, the deck is handed to the next person to deal from. We're often so busy chatting/having fun we forget exactly whose turn it is to deal. Not a big deal of course, but all our attempts to keep track have failed. I thought it would be cute to set up a little strip of LEDs and have them be controlled by a button. Push button, next LED lights up, with each LED assigned to a player so we know whose turn it is to deal next. There's nothing commercial I could find, and I don't know enough about LEDs, controllers, etc, to do so - so I'm looking for someone who can explain what has to be done (and the materials) so I can build it... or if someone wants to take on the project and get paid for it too, that works. It's meant to be a christmas present for my father (who's the worst one of all about remembering whose turn it is) so - that's the estimated deadline. Anyone got info for me on how to set this up?
Posted by sevendaysky 5 years ago
Some tips or anything dealing with photography thank you guys in advance
Asked by davidglinski 8 years ago