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I think we should be able to view instructables alphabetically. It will make it a lot easier to search. Please tell me if you think this is a good idea, and if we could do anything else.

Topic by downhilldman    |  last reply


Russian alphabet help? Answered

With Russian being my 9th language that I'm learning, it is the hardest alphabet(of the ones WITH alphabets to learn) to memorize. To any native speakers or fluent Russian speakers, I need help memorizing the alphabet. If you can, try to help me. Thanks, DrWeird

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What costume, beginning with "D" should i wear to my sister's ABC party tomorrow? Answered

My sister is throwing an alphabet themed party tomorrow, and as usual, i have forgotten to get myself a costume together. i have to start with the letter  "D" any suggestions?

Question by cyc4015    |  last reply


How Many Words Can You Make Out Of The First Five Letters?

"A,B,C,D and E" come on people,i wanna see how the instructables community confronts this!!!

Topic by spike shadows (secret agent man)    |  last reply


Alphabet Soup You Can Wear

The magic of laser cutting has been shown once again, this time with these alphabetical or numerical scarves. While they look like they are made out of paper, they are actually micro fiber suede. This could be the start of a new fashion trend...Link via core 77

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Identify easily Russian letters (on vintage electronic tubes for instance) and a lot of other letters

((I wanted to post that as an instructable but indeed it's not really a project so as seamster said, it belongs to the forum, I hope it will be useful ;) )) I like symbols and letters and alphabets a lot ! [bla bla bla if you want to read all the stuff I was saying: https://www.zerobin.net/?94233ecec289eaf1#h/8pT8cAlxplvQJNn3ql9K8T8PBa36e13btxF40yu/Q=] When I'm a bit lost understanding something (might be a word, an acronym or some letters I'd like to understand how they sound). I go to translate.google.com (I think and hope there are others services, if you know some alternatives, please post, I'd love to see the alternatives) and I choose the language I'd like to see the keyboard of. Then I press the virtual keyboard button on the base of the input box to make a virtual keyboard appear, this virtual keyboard contains the disposition and letters from the language I chose, may it be Russian, Greek, Yiddish, Khmer (Cambodge), Corean or other. Sadly there is no available Japanese or Chinese keyboards available now, which is a shame :'( That's all for today/night and I hope it might be useful to some people PS: If you have any ideas on what I could do out of those фэу-35 scintillator tubes, please post ;)

Topic by nazmo76  


How to create a binary to alphabet converter ?

I want to create a small circuit consisting of 256 LED's as output and the input will be of 8 double pole type switches(for 1 byte input) which will serve as the input. all i want to do is that with each unique combination of the 8 switches a specific led will glow which will indicate the character for the binary code that is  given as input..... please help me to do this.....

Question by Soumya KantiS    |  last reply


Alphabetical order of collections when managing them, or when adding an item to one of them

Attention to web master... Hi, All websites are usually displaying alphabetically sorted lists. The reason is that it makes the things easier, faster and useful for all users. In Instructables.com, it would be wonderful if when adding a new instructable to one of our existing collections, our list of collections was displayed sorted by alphabetical order into the sub-menu list used for the choice of the proper collection. Similarly, it would be awesome if the collections was displayed as a list sorted by alphabetical order, when managing our collections in the "Settings" menu. In advance, thank you to the web management team for such great and useful improvements.

Topic by jlcdi  


code vision programming in dot matrix...... a-z alphabet

Help me in the programming of dot matrix in code vision avr

Topic by ramsha shakir    |  last reply


How can I change my e-mail contact list that is alphabetical.

 At the moment it is in alphabetical with Christian name and I would like to change it starting with surnames  

Question by Perry The pom    |  last reply


Re-categorizing Furniture 'ables by function rather than alphabetical?

I'm beginning the process of doing some pretty major remodeling projects in my home, and was looking through the Furniture category, in the hopes of finding some ideas. Maddeningly, it's arranged alphabetically by the title of the Instructable! https://www.instructables.com/sitemap/instructable...That makes zero sense, unless you are looking for an 'able whose title you already know. I mean, honestly! -WTF is a "20KRKR", and why would anyone think to click on it to find an 'able for a *rocking chair*?! ( https://www.instructables.com/sitemap/instructables/furniture/ )So I'm wondering how one could go about either re-organizing the category, or providing an alternative browsing structure based upon the actual categorical function of each piece of furniture. Taxonomically, this should not be a problem. Seating is seating, lighting is lighting, work surfaces are work surfaces, etc., and each could logically be subdivided. For example, the Lighting category could be split into Task lighting, Area lighting, multi-function lighting, and Seating could be divided into Group seating (sofas, love seats, etc.), Single seating (arm chairs, side chairs, stools, etc.), and so on. I think that this would be vastly easier to use than the current alphabetical structure. Any opinions pro or con? Any suggestions as to how to make this happen? Is there anyone at Instructables whom I could contact and propose this to?

Topic by Bricology    |  last reply


A 8 or 9 letter word or phrase with no repeating letters?

I found a Alphabet Pal at a thriftstore for 1.50 and couldn't help buying it. There are 26 little boots on it each one containing a letter a-z. I am making a project that only needs 8 or 9 feet,but i was hoping to spell something cool out. It is a little bit of an odd creations so weird words are accepted.http://www.flickr.com/photos/purplefourball/2168808682/ click on the link for a picture.

Question by CrawdadMan    |  last reply


Collection list not in Alpha order

It is difficult to add items to a collection because the drop down list is not in Alpha order.   It would be much easier if the list of Collections would be in Alphabetical order.

Topic by ddpruitt    |  last reply


How hard it is to learn an oriental language? Answered

I would like to learn Chinese or Japanese but I wonder how difficult might be to learn a language with a different alphabet.

Question by blkhawk    |  last reply


How are forums organized?

I think there is a lot of good information within the Forum section of the site, but I have not been able to figure out if there is any particular organization to it.  I do fine when I click on Forum, then there is a list of topics, or divisions, alphabetically arranged.  But click on one of those topics, and it seems there is no order or organization at all.  There are buttons for:post, posts and topics, topics, featured,etc, but clicking on them doesn't seem to alter much, if anything?  It would be nice if things were arranged either: alphabetically, numerically, by author, by date, by topic, etc.  Or am I missing something (which is very possible, I admit...) Any help and or enlightenment would be appreciated, thank you.

Topic by Creativeman    |  last reply


Best Pick Up Lines

Hi, Please share your funny/corny pick up lines on this forum. Thanks Joe 1.If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together. That one was lame but i want to here yours.

Topic by joejoerowley    |  last reply


How can I punch holes in a coke can?

I want to punch holes into a coke can - 1 hole each alphabet. I do not have any power tools and I want the holes in a manner so that the can is not crushed. Any suggestions?

Question by ab727    |  last reply


Colored Rice Crafts

Add a splash of colorful to any room. These colorful rice creations were originally made as Easter egg decorations.  I don't see why this technique couldn't be used to make other fun decorations as well!!  A colorful rice alphabet would look nice on a child's wall. Find more cool sewing and craft tutorials on dana-made-it.

Topic by Carleyy  


Help with Stranger Things costume lighting

I’m working on a costume of Stranger Things season 1 living room with a string of lights signaling letters of the alphabet. I’m looking for recommendations on a string of lights to purchase that can be programmed in a sequence by the bulb. Ideally, it would be best to have them old fashioned looking and battery powered. This costume is for a 10 year old. Any advice is appreciated.

Topic by Wrigleygeek    |  last reply


A function missing from the site.

After patsowers started asking questions about the history of the site, it occurred to me that there is a function missing from the site - we cannot list the membership. It would be nice to be able to list the membership in the same way that we list the Instructables - sorted by date joined, alphabetically, even by average views or ratings. Just a thought for the next time The Management have a spare moment or three...

Topic by Kiteman    |  last reply


iRobot Create scholarship winners

Sorry for the delay- we've finally got all the results in, and can start releasing the names of the iRobot Create scholarship winners! Note that this is a rolling list, as I'm double-checking that everyone can still participate in the contest. I'll post winners as they formally accept, and will move along to alternates if anyone declines. Scholarship winners, in alphabetical order by username:dfukubaDiane BlackwoodHoleinmysockHungry_MystLaura GrabowskiloubardroyalestelSacTownSuesocietyofrobotsSolamenteDoug[technoplastiquevector023WeissensteinburgW_worldzachninme

Topic by canida    |  last reply


Photojojo Photo Month Winners Announced

Instructables and Photojojo are happy to announce the prizewinners from the Photojojo Photo Month!We saw lots of fantastic Instructables that covered all sorts of photo tricks and techniques. From classic darkroom methods to photoshop skills to faking a Polaroid picture, the entries displayed an incredible amount of skill and creativity. Thanks for sharing your projects and ideas! Photojojo and Instructables staff judged the contest, then added in the user votes. Winners will receive notifications within the next couple of days.Now, on with the winners! First PrizeThe authors of these Instructables each receive an Eye-Fi Wireless Memory Card, an Instructables Robot t-shirt, and Instructables stickers. In alphabetical order: Forge a Polaroid (kinda) by Seppuko How to Steady a Camera with Stringby marc92 Make your own Gorilla Pod by benthekahn Second Prize The authors of these Instructables each receive a Monsterpod, an Instructables Robot t-shirt, and Instructables stickers. In alphabetical order: 3D Shadow-Box Photo Begin photography and work your way up to pro... How to Take a Picture of the Steam from your Meals Quick and easy macro "attachment" Ten Second Kaleidoscope Lens Third PrizeThe authors of these Instructables each receive Magnetic Photo Rope to display their pictures and an Instructables robot patch and stickers. In alphabetical order: Canon Wired Remote Choosing and Using a P&S; Camera DIY Flash Diffuser with Hundreds of FREE Color Filters DIY PVC $10 underwater light arm Free Alternatives to Photoshop for Editing and Finalizing Your Photos! The Hands Free Bicycle Camera Tripod How to make a Tripod out of a 2 liter How to Print B&W; Photographs in a Darkroom Macro Photography: An Essential Skill for Good Instructables Make any digital image into a tattoo on a photo Panorama: How to Poor Man's Photoshop - Using Powerpoint to make Invisibilia

Topic by fungus amungus    |  last reply


How do we remember? Answered

If anything was an inspiration to education in the wider sense I would think the breadth if not the depth of knowledge the regular answerers here show is an excellent example. How much information can the human brain contain without exploding. Where in 1972 was a speed record of 11.2 MPH set? Who was the second president of the USA Alphabetically what are the first and last US states. What was the Beatles first film We can all, (well mostly), look up the answers but knows of the top of their head??

Question by rickharris    |  last reply


Homemade Holidays Winners Announced

Instructables and CRAFT Magazine are happy to announce the winners of the Homemade Holidays Contest!While most people are out there trying to buy the perfect item, many of you were working to make the perfect gift and we love you for it. The personal touch of a handmade gift shows your creativity, and how much you care.Once again we were delighted by the variety of Instructables that were submitted. The entries just keep getting better and better -- just one look at the winners here shows that! Even though there are first, second, and third prizes, all of these Instructables deserve a look. Be sure to leave comments and pictures so the authors know how much you appreciate their hard work! First Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win a CRAFT Boxed Gift Set, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Flat Zipper Bag and Wallet How to Make a Color-Changing Lighted Faux Fur Scarf Make DIY Vanilla Extract! Second Prize WinnersThe authors of these Instructables win a one-year subscription to CRAFT Magazine, an Instructables robot T-shirt, a CRAFT T-shirt, and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) Crochet a Baby Penguin Amigurumi Fiber Optic and LED Minature Garden Light How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT How to make a unique tile picture for less than $3! Make a Custom Lift-the-Flap Book for a Toddler Third Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. Due to a tie, there are 11 winners instead of 10. (in alphabetical order) Bat-Mobile hanging toy Chinese Dragon Pull Toy Give a real "fallen star" Grow your own Magic Crystal Tree How to make Candles! How to make Pixel Cookies! LoveBox - The box of love make your own cookie cutters Metal Embossing Stylish Santa Hoodie Venezia Napkin Rings Slideshow/Video Prize Winners The authors of these Instructables win CRAFT: Volume 5 and a laser-cut Robot holiday ornament. (in alphabetical order) french market bag Homemade Apple Jelly How to crochet a DS case My Shadow Knit Piano Scarf Jackobs Ladder Optical Illusion Toy The Pirate's Secret Scarf Portable CD Pouch PVC Cello Unisex Neckwarmer Wooden rings Thank you to all the judges: arwen, natalie, ewilhelm, randofo, canida, rachel, reno_dakota, noahw, fungus amungus , and nagutron.

Topic by fungus amungus    |  last reply


Crack the Code 2.0 (Another Patch Winning Opportunity!)

For this code, the rules are the same, but the setup is different. The letters are not mixed up, so if you get the word (for example) "Blue" it's "Blue", not "luBe". The words are still mixed up, but are on the correct line, so if the first line reads "Sky Blue The" and the second line reads "Cat Hat In The" it would be "The Blue Sky," and "Cat in the Hat." Oh, and I may, or may not have mixed up the alphabet. Oops ;-) From your's Truly, Rock Soldier

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Solve this logic puzzle if u can!

Here the puzzle:[img]http://img247.imageshack.us/img247/6384/newyearpuzzlecj7.gif[/img]Questions: Imagine that you have the layouts of 4 coloured cubes(ABOVE), named A, B, C and D. When the cubes are placed in (alphabetical) order in a straight line, and it is viewed from any horizontal or vertical position (front, back, top, bottom, left, right), there are always four different colours seen.Given that when I pick a corner of A, the 3 sides connected to it read "653", find the same orientation of B, C and D as 1 string of numbers. For example, "152421563".

Topic by bigmoney    |  last reply


Coming Soon! A Children's Book for Makers

Hi friends! Sneha Pai and I (grad students in the SVA MFA Interaction Design program) are putting our heads together for an exciting new project we'd like you to be a part of. In a few weeks, we'll be kickstarting a children's book called The Maker's Alphabet. If you'd like to follow along our journey, please sign up for our launch updates: http://makersalphabet.launchrock.com/ Have ideas and input? We'd love to hear them! Feel free to share in the comments. :) Thanks for your support! Melody Quintana https://twitter.com/melodyquintana

Topic by melodyq    |  last reply


Help with code on 4 x 4 x4 LED cube with Arduino?

Recently i made a LED cube, on my own, and  i want it to display characters, alphabets numbers going layer by layer using the concept of multiplexing and POV (persistence of vision) , i googled a lot, searched on instructables too!! but was unable to find an easy code to do what i want, i am only a begginer and don't have very much knowledge . Please provide a way i can go for. By the way this is what i did a day ago:- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gODIqwUPEk

Question by jatinbatra    |  last reply


Tiny Raised Letters?

I am looking for tiny raised characters, somewhere around size 10 font or smaller. It doesn't matter what they are made of, but I need the entire alphabet, preferably multiples of each character . The 'Made In China' text you find on almost anything plastic is the character size I'm in search of. Anyone have any ideas? Label maker characters are too large. I didn't see any rubber stamps with tiny characters at the local craft stores. I don't know if Ponoko can cut characters this small, but I don't think I could get something back from them in time.  Thanks!!!

Topic by wizgirl    |  last reply


keyword abuse - trying to find things here

So I've noticed quite a few instructables that are completely unrelated to searches I've done coming up alot and I couldn't figure out why for all of three seconds...A lot of instructables have been added with completely irrelevant keywords, such as this, In which the user has typed out every letter of the alphabet in the keywords, not to mention usb and computer, the instructable is about a bleedin K'nex scope. As an example try searching love, you'd expect to be hit with the latest swath of valentines instructables but instead you get a load of rubbish.I know this is a difficult problem to circumvent without a ridiculous amount of work for staff but there should really be some kind of control over this problem.

Topic by killerjackalope    |  last reply


Search engine @ main page

Hi I'm using 1. a laptop, ubuntu 12.04 LTS, 2. Chrome vers. 36.0.1985.143 3-5. The last couple of days I haven't been able to use the big search engine at the main page with all its suggestions. As soon as I click the box to enter my search terms, I'm directly transported to whatever suggestion is coming up, such as beer or the alphabet. This was something I could do at the latest last week. The positive part is that I found the small one in the upper right corner after several years as a member. Got kind off invisible with the main one being so big. Keep up the ever so great job You're doing! Kind regards Oscar

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how to change keyboard key assignments by rewiring keyboard

Trying to create a keyboard (steampunk design, but not necessary for you to know) with reassigned keys.  i would like to place symbols/icons on the keys and when someone is presented with an encoded message, they choose the appropriate keys and the message comes out in our normal alphabet.  if i don't reassign the keys, then someone familiar with the keyboard qwerty style can figure out the message without using the keyboard. i'm not very techy so pls. be as clear as possible.  i have found freeware out there that reassigns the keyboard keys but it is global and i need this to be keyboard specific since i'm designing the keyboard to look futuristic. it's for a scavenger hunt party.   thanks for any help out there.

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help code problems i want to pause each word after is scrolls in for about half a sec or so

I believe this is the section of code that needs to be altered? // Plot each character of the message one column at a time, updated the display, shift bitmap left. void AlphabetSoup1() {   char msg[] = "  Enjoy the Vittles  ";   for (int charIndex=0; charIndex < (sizeof(msg)-1); charIndex++)   {     int alphabetIndex = msg[charIndex] - ' ';     if (alphabetIndex < 0) alphabetIndex=0;         //-- Draw one character of the message --     // Each character is only 5 columns wide, but I loop two more times to create 2 pixel space betwen characters     for (int col = 0; col < 6; col++)     {       for (int row = 0; row < 8; row++)       {         // Set the pixel to what the alphabet say for columns 0 thru 4, but always leave columns 5 and 6 blank.         bool isOn = 0;         if (col<5) isOn = bitRead( alphabets[alphabetIndex][col], 7-row ) == 1;         Plot( numCols-1, row, isOn); // We ALWAYS draw on the rightmost column, the shift loop below will scroll it leftward.       }            //-- The more times you repeat this loop, the slower we would scroll --       for (int refreshCount=0; refreshCount < 10; refreshCount++)         RefreshDisplay();       //-- Shift the bitmap one column to left --       for (int row=0; row<8; row++)       {         for (int zone=0; zone < numZones; zone++)         {           // This right shift would show as a left scroll on display because leftmost column is represented by least significant bit of the byte.           bitmap[row][zone] = bitmap[row][zone] >> 1;                     // Roll over lowest bit from the next zone as highest bit of this zone.           if (zone < maxZoneIndex) bitWrite(bitmap[row][zone], 4, bitRead(bitmap[row][zone+1],0));                   }       }     }   } }

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Elder trades

Monster Hunter Monster Forest Elder Trade List FAQ FAQ written by S-Hiryu, WorldZero.com Created on October 3, 2004 Version: 1.04 Contents 1) How to Use this Guide 2) Forest and Hills (Area 7) Alphabetical Order 3) Forest and Hills (Area 7) Order of Priority 4) Jungle (Area 5) Alphabetical Order 5) Jungle (Area 5) Order of Priority 6) Swamp (Area 1) Alphabetical Order 7) Swamp (Area 1) Order of Priority 8) Free Items 9) Contact and Copyright 1) How to Use this Guide The Forest Elder is an NPC who may be spoken with, and depending on the items in your possession, he may offer you a trade. Below is a list of each trade depending on what map you visit the Elder in. The Elder will only be in one specific area on each map. This is located in the parenthesis after the name of each map. For example, "Forest and Hills (Area 7)" means that the Elder may be found in Area 7 of the Forest and Hills map. Each map has two lists, an alphabetized list and an order of priority list. The alphabetized list is simply a list of the items given and received in alphabetical order. The item given is on the left, the item received is on the right. For example, "Gravios Carapace -> Diablos Spine" means if you have a Gravios Carapace in your possession and speak to the Elder, he will offer you a Diablos Spine in return. If you possess no items the Elder wants, he will instead offer you advice. The list is alphabetized by order of the item received (item on the right). The second list for each map is the order of priority list. The Elder will always look to trade the items highest on this list first and foremost. This means if you have an Insect Husk (the item with the highest priority) he will trade you for that before he will offer to trade for the item next on the priority list. If the item next on the list is not in your possession, he will move on to the one after that, and so on. The Elder will only trade with you four times on a single quest. The Elder will always base his trades on the priority lists. The list is prioritized by order of the item given (item on the left). During certain quests, Special Mushroom trades are not available. In such situations, the Elder will instead look for Iron Ore and offer a Small Monster Bone in its place. 2) Forest and Hills (Area 7) Alphabetical Order Gravios Carapace -> Diablos Spine Garbage -> Fire Heb Pawprint Stamp -> Firefly Diablos Spine -> Gravios Carapace Fatalis' Eye -> Kirin Hide Rathian Plate -> Lao-Shan's Scale Rathalos Plate -> Lao-Shan's Shell Blos Fang -> Large Monster Bone Dragonite Ore -> Large Monster Bone Machalite Ore -> Medium Monster Bone Piscine Jaw -> Medium Monster Bone Pale Lips -> Pale Bone Kut-Ku Ear -> Plesioth Fin Kut-Ku Shell -> Plesioth Scale Cephalos Fin -> Rathalos Webbing Firestone -> Rathalos Wing Majestic Horn -> Rathalos Wing Lightcrystal -> Rathian Spike Iron Ore -> Small Monster Bone Cactus Flower -> Special Mushroom Felvine -> Special Mushroom Fire Heb -> Special Mushroom Insect Husk -> Special Mushroom Mystery Bone -> Stunshroom Gravios Head -> Vespoid Abdomen Gravios Wing -> Vespoid Abdomen Crimson Horn -> Wyvern Marrow Monoblos Spine -> Wyvern Marrow 3) Forest and Hills (Area 7) Order of Priority Insect Husk -> Special Mushroom Cactus Flower -> Special Mushroom Felvine -> Special Mushroom Fire Heb -> Special Mushroom Iron Ore -> Small Monster Bone Machalite Ore -> Medium Monster Bone Dragonite Ore -> Large Monster Bone Crimson Horn -> Wyvern Marrow Majestic Horn -> Rathalos Wing Lightcrystal -> Rathian Spike Kut-Ku Shell -> Plesioth Scale Kut-Ku Ear -> Plesioth Fin Cephalos Fin -> Rathalos Webbing Blos Fang -> Large Monster Bone Piscine Jaw -> Medium Monster Bone Diablos Spine -> Gravios Carapace Gravios Carapace -> Diablos Spine Gravios Head -> Vespoid Abdomen Gravios Wing -> Vespoid Abdomen Monoblos Spine -> Wyvern Marrow Rathian Plate -> Lao-Shan's Scale Rathalos Plate -> Lao-Shan's Shell Fatalis' Eye -> Kirin Hide Firestone -> Rathalos Wing Pale Lips -> Pale Bone Mystery Bone -> Stunshroom Garbage -> Fire Heb Pawprint Stamp -> Firefly 4) Jungle (Area 5) Alphabetical Order Wyvern Marrow -> Ancient PotionRathian Claw -> ArmorskinSleep Sac -> ArmorskinRathalos Scale -> CatalystRathian Scale -> CatalystStun Sac -> CatalystFlame Sac -> DemondrugRathalos Claw -> DemondrugRathalos Shell -> Dragon ToadstoolRathian Shell -> Dragon ToadstoolElectro Sac -> ImmunizerPoison Sac -> LifecrystalsBullfango Head -> Max PotionMosswine Head -> Max PotionMosswine Hide -> Max PotionSmall Lobstershell -> Mega ArmorskinPawprint Stamp -> Mega BugnetLarge Lobstershell -> Mega DemondrugBlos Fang -> Mega JuiceBlos Jaw -> Pale ExtractPiscine Fang -> Power ExtractGarbage -> ScreamerInsect Husk -> Special MushroomCactus Flower -> Special MushroomSushfish -> Special MushroomFire Herb -> Special MushroomMystery Bone -> ToadstoolCephalos Fin -> Twisted HornPlesioth Fin -> Twisted Horn 5) Jungle (Area 5) Order of Priority Insect Husk -> Special MushroomCactus Flower -> Special MushroomSushfish -> Special MushroomFire Herb -> Special MushroomRathalos Claw -> DemondrugRathian Claw -> ArmorskinRathalos Scale -> CatalystRathian Scale -> CatalystRathalos Shell -> Dragon ToadstoolRathian Shell -> Dragon ToadstoolPiscine Fang -> Power ExtractBlos Fang -> Mega JuiceBlos Jaw -> Pale ExtractMosswine Head -> Max PotionMosswine Hide -> Max PotionBullfango Head -> Max PotionFlame Sac -> DemondrugElectro Sac -> ImmunizerPoison Sac -> LifecrystalsStun Sac -> CatalystSleep Sac -> ArmorskinWyvern Marrow -> Ancient PotionSmall Lobstershell -> Mega ArmorskinLarge Lobstershell -> Mega DemondrugMystery Bone -> ToadstoolGarbage -> ScreamerCephalos Fin -> Twisted HornPlesioth Fin -> Twisted HornPawprint Stamp -> Mega Bugnet 6) Swamp (Area 1) Alphabetical Order Gravios Carapace -> Dragonite OreGravios Head -> FirestoneLao-Shan's Spine -> FirestoneSmall Monster Bone -> Iron OreGravios Wing -> Large LobstershellGiant Beak -> LightcrystalKirin Mane -> LightcrystalRathalos Wing -> LightcrystalWyvern Marrow -> LightcrystalBasarios Shell -> Machalite OreKut-Ku Ear -> Machalite OreMedium Monster Bone -> Machalite OreRathalos Claw -> Machalite OreRathalos Tail -> Machalite OreRathian Claw -> Machalite OreRathian Spike -> Machalite OrePawprint Stamp -> Mega PickaxeGarbage -> Sap PlantMystery Bone -> Sleep HerbBasaios Wing -> Small LobstershellInsect Husk -> Special MushroomIvy -> Special MushroomBlue Mushroom -> Special MushroomHoney -> Special MushroomHornet Bladefin -> Union OrePale Bone -> Union OreVespoid Bladefin -> Union OreVespoid Abdomen -> Novacrystal 7) Swamp (Area 1) Order of Priority Insect Husk -> Special MushroomIvy -> Special MushroomBlue Mushroom -> Special MushroomHoney -> Special MushroomSmall Monster Bone -> Iron OreMedium Monster Bone -> Machalite OreBasarios Shell -> Machalite OreGravios Carapace -> Dragonite OreRathalos Wing -> LightcrystalRathalos Claw -> Machalite OreRathian Claw -> Machalite OrePale Bone -> Union OreGravios Head -> FirestoneGravios Wing -> Large LobstershellBasaios Wing -> Small LobstershellLao-Shan's Spine -> FirestoneKirin Mane -> LightcrystalRathalos Tail -> Machalite OreWyvern Marrow -> LightcrystalHornet Bladefin -> Union OreVespoid Bladefin -> Union OreKut-Ku Ear -> Machalite OreGiant Beak -> LightcrystalRathian Spike -> Machalite OreMystery Bone -> Sleep HerbGarbage -> Sap PlantPawprint Stamp -> Mega PickaxeVespoid Abdomen -> Novacrystal 8) Free Items If you trade with the Elder two or more times with at least one other opportunity to trade with him (based on the fact that the Elder will trade with you four times before getting angry and shooing you away) he may give you a free item for nothing in return. This list is the same as the order of priority list, in which the game checks the item on the top of the list first, only this time you have a random chance of getting that item. If the top item was not "won", the game moves onto the next, and checks to see if you "win" that, and so on, until an item is finally obtained or you fail to win every item. The percentage after the item is the chance you have of obtaining said item before moving on to the next opportunity (only if the previous item was not won). Sap Plant -> 10%Small Bone Husk -> 10%Potion -> 10%Blue Mushroom -> 10%Special Mushroom -> 10%Cricket -> 8%Insect Husk -> 8%Knife Mackerel -> 8%Kut-Ku Scale -> 8%Small Monster Bone -> 6%Old Pickaxe -> 6%Scatterfish -> 1%Max Potion -> 1%Machalite Ore -> 1%Power Seed -> 1%Armor Seed -> 1%Godbug -> 1% 9) Contact and CopyrightCopyright - 2004 S-Hiryu, WorldZero.com This FAQ may not be reproduced under any circumstance except for personal, private use. It may not be placed on any web site other than WorldZero.com or otherwise distributed publicly without advance written permission. Use of this guide on any other web site or as a part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and a violation of copyright. Submitted by S-Hiryu - Created 5/1/07 (Last Modified 5/2/07)See All Monster Hunter Walkthroughs and FAQs

Topic by jellybean10122  


can you solve this 3rd puzzle? Answered

This is another puzzle. I hope it is a little harder. and since iproberry1 got the first 2 right he can't do this one.(that and he helped me with this one) so here it is. 20 8 9 19     9 19     3 15 18 18 5 3 20. DO NOT PUT THE ANSWER INTO THE COMMENTS. BUT PM THE ANSWER TO ME. ONCE SOMEONE GETS THE RIGHT ANSWER i WILL TELL THEM TO PUT THE ANSWER IN THE COMMENTS AND THEY WILL GET THE BEST ANSWER. THEN YOU MAY POST AS YOU WISH. HINTS ________________ 3 1 20 = CAT 5 7 7 = EGG 8 9 12 12 = HILL 13 15 16 = MOP 18 21 20 = RUT 26 5 2 18 1 = ZEBRA _________________ First start by writing all the letters in the alphabet then us the word hints above to figure out what the numbers stand for. good luck!

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A is for Amazon, B is for Best Buy

So while using the new "Google Instant," I noticed that just one letter would bring a suggestion up in grey in the text box. And so, I found that as of 9:24PM, Central Time USA, A is for Amazon B is for Best Buy C is for Craigslist D is for Dictionary E is for eBay F is for Facebook G is for Gmail H is for Hotmail I is for Ikea J is for James Avery K is for Kroger L is for Lowes M is for Myspace N is for Netflix O is for Office Depot P is for Pandora Q is for Quotes R is for Realtor S is for Skype T is for Target U is for UPS V is for Verizon W is for Wal-mart X is for Xbox Y is for Yahoo Z is for Zappos Fifteen of these are businesses. Oh no! over half of the alphabet is out to get your money. I can imagine some kid in school: Teacher: L is for lemon, M is for Moose, N is for - Kid: Netflix! Teacher: What? No! N is for -  Kid: Nissan! Teacher: NO!

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Alright, you iBle-obians are a smart and experienced bunch...

The other day, in English class, something occurred to me:raze (v) : to demolish; to level to the ground; to scrape as if with a razorRaze. Always loved that word.Okay, Instructalobians, what is the term for a word that sounds like the opposite of its meaning? As far as I know, such a category of words does not exist.If no one knows, then I shall name it after Instructables. :DAlso, first person to post another word like "raze" gets a prize. An actual, material prize that I will mail to you. Seriously. It's pretty cool. Go for it. Stop reading this. Now. I mean it, cut it out now. Okay, you know what, if you read this sentence, you are disqualified. Aww, that's too bad, it was a really cool prize................Are you still here? Geeze.PS- this is what the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.Pic is not related, just awesome.

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Need help trying to get the Arduino working with the RGB Matrix (with backpack) and an EEPROM chip.

Hi everyone, first question on instructables! I have an Arduino Deumilanove, a Sparkfun RGB Matrix with backpack, and an EEPROM chip (24LC256). I have the Arduino all hooked up to the matrix and have been able to mess around with some basic images and colors, but I have a lot of questions. So far, to display letters I have been setting up sections of code that light up each LED separately. I know there has to be a more efficient way to do this and was wondering how? Also, I have an EEPROM chip that is setup with the Arduino and Matrix but can't figure out how to use it. I have looked at the code for it on the Arduino website and I can't really figure out how it all works. So basically, here's what I want to be able to do: - Store the alphabet in the EEPROM - Be able to recall letters from the EEPROM - Display marquee messages Thanks in advance!

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2008 Instructables and Universal Laser Cutter Contest Finalists

The winner has been announced here!Instructables and [www.ulsinc.com Universal Laser] are happy to announce the 14 finalists in the Laser Cutter Contest. Ten of the finalists were selected by judges at Instructables.com. The other four finalists were the Instructables that had the two highest pageviews or ratings as of Monday morning, Jan. 7.The authors of these Instructables are all in the running to win a VersaLaser worth over $15,000. Now we turn the voting over to you. Click on the "Vote!" buttons below the Instructables to submit your vote and help decide who wins the grand prize. You can vote for more than one Instructable and voting closes Jan. 31. Judge-selected Finalists(in alphabetical order) Autonomous Foosball Table Build a Greenland Kayak Build a Wind Harp! Build yourself a portable home - a mongolian yurt Extreme Business Cards Giant Fresnel Lens Deathray How I built a carbon bike frame at home (and a bamboo frame too) How to Enter the Ghetto Matrix (DIY Bullet Time) Laser cutter, start slicing stuff for under 50 dollars Laser Image Projector Ratings and Pageviews Finalists How to Make a TRON Style Lamp: The MADYLIGHT How to build a sit down driving arcade cabinet The Spiral Data Tato -- A Curiously Complex Origami CD Case Blu-Ray Laser Phaser! Second Place The authors of these Instructables win a robot t-shirt and a laser-etched plaque. Listed in alphabetical order. 30 minute USB microscope The Ambience Enhancer Autonomous, Wirelessly Controlled Hovercraft Conductive Glue And Conductive Thread: Make an LED Display and Fabric Circuit That Rolls Up. Cool Wave Ring Dollar Store Parabolic Mic Handcut inlay A Home Power Plant - Wind Power Generator Revised How to Make a Color-Changing Lighted Faux Fur Scarf How to make a pair of Angel Wings How to Make an OAWR (Obstacle Avoiding Walking Robot) Make DIY Vanilla Extract "Quicksilver" Retro-Future Scooter from appliances and scrap metal Solid Wood Digital Clock The Stirling Engine, absorb energy from candles, coffee, and more! Squishy Breast Stress Relief Toy TiggerBot II Robot Tube Amp Rebuild (and Mod) U-Disp - The Digg (tm) display (Open Source)Wooden Gear ClockThank you to all the judges: ewilhelm, jesse.hensel, PT, randofo, intoon, canida, noahw, stasterisk, fungus amungus, lebowski, T3h_Muffinator, and bofthem.

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The winners for the Steal Public Art challenge have been announced!

The winners of 123D's Steal Public Art challenge have been chosen! Check out the winners - lots of great catches. :D (psssst - are you a winner? check your messages on the 123D Gallery to find out how to claim your prize!) Grand prize winner - they win a Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D Digital Camera and a 3D print! Newport Dragon by RTegelbeckers Runner up winners, listed in alphabetical order - they win a free 3D print! Frogner Park Oslo Norway by Wayne Trout Hercules 3 by Patrick Leschinski Hon Non Bo in San Diego by Jonathan Brady Love_Indiana by Aleksei Sebastiani marble bust by Boris Gunalli Pair Of Buddhist Monks by Liz neely Resting Lion by rushiraj parikh Statue of liberty by Andr Vellwock The Shaking Man by Daniel Moos Wood man with road by Jason Eaton (photos in the same order) And don't forget to check out everyone that entered! You can view the full gallery here.

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Laser Cutter Finalists- Master List

Due to the incredible number of fantastic projects entered in the contest, we've decided to name 15 finalists! Yes, you'll all get the same finalist prize (or a laser cutter)- congratulations for making it so hard to judge!We've still got 20 prizes to give away to the runners-up- they'll be posted when the final winner is announced!Now, the rest of you get to VOTE to help us decide the ultimate winner of the Laser Cutter Contest! Each finalist, listed alphabetically below by username, has an individual Forum post with links to his/her projects in the Laser Cutter Contest Finalists Group. You'll have noticed the Forum posts are now ratable- follow the links below, then click the + button to vote for your favorites!Leave nice, constructive comments- this is a great opportunity to ask more questions to help you cast your votes. crabfudave spencerHonusjabroutin jeffkobiKaseylkrasnowmikejedw mydian_nightshademzed nemomaticorthonormal_basis_of_evil Stuart.Mcfarlantalbotron22 turkey tekNote that this is only a part of the judging, so if you're a finalist don't stress too much over it. It's a chance for our entire community to have their voices heard.

Topic by canida  


Winners of the Get the LED Out! Contest

Instructables, Monkeylectric, and Phenoptix are happy to announce the winners of the Get the LED Out! Contest. There were many amazing Instructable entries submitted and once again we were blown away by the creativity of our users. It has been a great contest.The seven winners show off some creative and useful uses for LEDs and are all worth checking out. From LEDs that react to electronic devices to Space Invaders invading a bike wheel to lit-up clothes and more. But even though these are the winners there were many more fantastic submissions and we urge everyone to go to the contest page and check them out.Winners were selected by combining user votes with scores from Instructables and Monkeylectric judges. And now, on to the winners! Grand Prize Four Monkey Lights from Monkeylectric to turn a regular bike into an instant lightshow!Also an Instructables Robot t-shirt, patch, and stickers. First Prize One Monkey Light from Monkeylectric or 7 feet of waterproof full color LED light strip plus $50 in LEDs from Phenoptix. Also an Instructables Robot t-shirt, patch, and stickers. Winners shown in alphabetical order.

Topic by fungus amungus    |  last reply


Help Me Feed My Dragons. Patches For Prizes.

I have three pet dragons. Their names are FRAZZLE, BURN and SPARKEY. One is ORANGE, one is WHITE and one is BROWN. They are fussy about what they eat and I need help finding food which will keep them all happy. How to play : Add to the thread by suggesting something they may like and I will tell you which dragons accept it.  From the responses, work out why each dragon likes what it does.  They appear to like a lot of vegetarian food, but I've a suspicion they may be cannabalistic too.  I also need to know the colours of the three dragons, and a list of 20 foods they will all eat. Grengate has deviously deduced the Dragons' colours.  Neuropol has cunningly calculated that Burn likes things with an even number of letters. Iceng has fiendishly found that Frazzle likes things with exactly two vowels in the name. Twinmum has ably ascertained that Sparkey likes things where the initial letter is alphabetically before the final letter of the word. Iceng has also provided a veritable plethora of foodstuffs which will please all the dragons. I now have three very happy and fat dragons. Winners' patches have been sent.  Thank you all for playing.

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Halloween Easy Costumes Winners

First of all - congratulations to all the finalists! Our Halloween Easy Costumes finalists shared some absolutely fantastic costumes! Here at Instructables we are always impressed with how the simplest of materials can be turned into the most amazing Halloween costumes. Not only were our finalists super creative and resourceful, their costumes were well documents and could easily be recreated on a small budget and with very little time. We loved reading all the tips and tricks for getting a costume just right, substituting materials and customization. Picking winners was challenging, but we know you'll be just as impressed as we are with them! And so, without further ado... FIRST PRIZE Composer Busts by davidandora. This costume is not only incredibly easy to do, but it's an original concept and looks fantastic. Another fun attribute is that it looks even better when grouped together, so this costume is perfect for you and your friends! SECOND PRIZE (alphabetical order) HAWKEYE. by Mr.Sanchez How to make a Thor Costume by The Rambler Minecraft Steve Costume by pjkumpon pjkumpon's Minecraft Steve Costume was one of the best we've got on Instructables - looks amazing and the finishing touches like adding velcro to keep the head on straight or adding foam for comfort truly made it a top notch costume! Hawkeye and Thor used hot glue and craft foam in fabulous and inventive ways - both costumes are definite proof that those two materials can make great costume armor. THIRD PRIZE (alphabetical order) Duct Tape TMNT Shredder Costume for $8.11 by imamathguy Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader (Kid-friendly) by eric3dee Make an award-winning costume in one night with packing tape and newspaper by morganlemae Mr. Fredrickson from UP - Halloween costume, 8mo+ by T_Albrecht YOSHI HOODIE by jtrask1 Our third prize winners really shined when it came to using household and ready made materials! Mr. Fredickson's PVC pipe walker was perfect - and we loved the idea of adding extra weight to it to help with stability. And the sweater vest and bow tie were too cute! Shredder's cardboard and duct tape armor came together quick and was ingenious - the duct tape is a great substitute for metal. The Yoshi Hoodies were a great project - we loved how the author took a simple piece of clothing and was able to make a cute costume that looked great and was easy to wear out trick or treating! morganlemae's tree costume shows the potential of packing tape in costume making - I can't wait to see if it spawns more packing tape costumes. And last but not least, the creative use of materials like ace bandages and a milk jug for the Luke Skywalker and Vader costume was really impressive - not to mention the absolutely adorable photos! Congratulations to all that entered! It was so much fun reviewing all the entries. Our Halloween contests make us realize we truly have the most creative and expressive community on the internet. You are all amazing - thank you for sharing with us. :D

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Lion Brand Yarn Slideshow Challenge Winners Announced!

Instructables and Lion Brand Yarn are happy to announce the winners of the Lion Brand Yarn Slideshow Challenge!We were incredibly impressed by the variety and creativity of your entries! There were over 450 slideshows with thousands of pictures, making it incredibly hard to choose winners. Check the Lion Brand group to see more great project ideas you might have missed the first time around.We appreciate your enthusiasm for sharing your projects, ideas, and patterns, and will definitely be hosting more great yarncraft contests in the months to come!This contest may be over, but the Lion Brand group will live on! Keep on submitting your yarn creations to the group and share the wonderful things you make with the rest of the world! Lion Brand Yarn SelectionsEach winner will receive a $25 Lion Brand Yarn coupon, an Instructables patch and stickers. (in alphabetical order) Crochet Goldfish Dread Crocheted Cthulhu Frowny Marshmallows My First Lighthouse Afghan Purple Fans - Childs Afghan Instructables Selections Each winner will receive a $25 Lion Brand Yarn coupon, an Instructables patch and stickers. Ratings Winners* Pageviews Winners Random Winner Log CabinRainbow Afghan Kilt Hose Happiness is awarm gun Knitted Kebaya Monster Socks Random winner selected by robot. *Negative and duplicate votes were eliminated.

Topic by fungus amungus    |  last reply


Library for easy alpha-numeric display on an LED matrix?

I'm looking for a library for either the Arduino or AVR line of microcontrollers, that enables easy display of scrolling text on a 5x7 or 8x8 LED matrix.  Here's what my requirements are: - The library should contain a table of common alphanumeric characters (alphabet, numbers, and maybe some symbols) - A function should call up any number of letters to form words or phrases, like this: Scroll(H,E,L,L,O,sp,W,O,R,L,D); - Once the function is called, the text automatically scrolls across the display - The function can be called from anywhere, like if/then statements, case statements, results of random numbers, etc. - Additional modifiers, like scrolling left or right, speed, and repetition would be nice to have but not necessary. I've searched the AVRfreaks forum and various Arduino forums, but haven't found what I'm looking for.  So far anything I've found is basically hard-coded bit-banging, making it difficult to change the text and impossible to store more than maybe 100 total characters.  My goal, with a set library of characters, is to have the ability to play back hundreds or thousands of characters, arranged as single words or phrases.  They should be as easy to change as typing in a new sentence in plain language into the code.   So, has anyone come across such a thing?

Question by jeff-o    |  last reply


Facebook tweaks

I've just pushed out a small set of changes, mostly around the Facebook integration.  The Facebook login button isn't so obvious, and we've now got some admin features to handle a case that turns out to happen more than we expected.  Here's what it is: Some people have both an Instructables account and a Facebook account.  Some of these use different email addresses for each.  When a person clicks the Login with Facebook button and approves Instructables with their Facebook account, one of the pieces of information we get is their email address, and we check it against our existing email addresses so as to link the correct account if we find a match.  Often there is no match, and in the vast majority of these cases the person doesn't already have an Instructables account.  So we make them one, and link it to their Facebook account. However sometimes they do have an Instructables account already, and now all of a sudden they have two!  This is confusing and wrong, and we'd been dealing with it in a rather arduous manner involving direct database changes, which is always something to avoid.  Now we've got a system for admins to handle this case with just a few clicks. Other than that, there are some bugfixes, for example around character display -- a few of our new Facebook visitors don't use the Latin alphabet!  So we handle that a little better now.  We have some more sensible default actions for new registrations, and a couple things to help our admins manage contests more easily, which they've been asking for for some time.

Topic by rachel  


Facebook login is here!

I've just pushed out a rather large set of changes.  I'd like to present to you, the ability to log in using your Facebook account.  If you already have an existing Instructables account, you may link up your Facebook account to it on your You screen.  Watch upcoming releases for the ability to post automatically to your Wall, use your Facebook pictures, and more.  We will be rolling them out one by one as we get them complete and tested.  It's pretty hard to test this integration before it's live, so it's quite likely we'll find issues -- please bear with us (For example, we don't handle non-Latin alphabets in user names right quite yet).  Tell us when something goes wrong by filing a bug in the Bugs Forum. Another significant change is to the layout of Instructables.  We've made it easier to read with a slightly bigger font size, and put the pictures above the text which many users have been asking us to do for some time.  The editor has also had some improvements - bigger size text area and a cleaner look too. And of course we've fixed a bunch of bugs.  Notably, the problem some users were having with featuring, and the image notes not displaying right.  At least, they looked fixed when we tried them - if you are still seeing these or other issues, and you've cleared your browser cache to get rid of old javascript or CSS, let us know!

Topic by rachel  


Best Answers Count For 2010-10-27

. In alphabetical order: 11010010110 - 34 acidbass - 26 alex-sharetskiy - 43 AndyGadget - 76 AngryRedhead - 31 artificialintelligence - 4 beckervdejazz.com - 12 Burf - 145 caitlinsdad - 26 CameronSS - 16 canida - 11 ChrysN - 26 cyberpageman - 21 DJ+Radio - 58 dombeef - 1 ewilhelm - 12 frollard - 291 fwjs28 - 16 gmjhowe - 6 gmoon - 32 Goodhart - 13 Gorfram - 48 Grathio - 51 GuardianFox - 134 Hiyadudez - 13 iPodGuy - 17 Jack+A+Lopez - 74 Jayefuu - 50 jeff-o - 88 Joe+Martin - 38 jtobako - 55 karnuvap - 19 kcls - 11 kelseymh - 199 kevinhannan - 12 Killer~SafeCracker - 40 killerjackalope - 26 Kiteman - 199 Koosie - 9 Kryptonite - 11 lemonie - 446 Lithium+Rain - 12 lizzyastro - 5 LoneWolf - 3 M4industries - 11 MahavishnuMan - 54 megametal8 - 2 MichelMoermans - 23 mikeasaurus - 55 Mr.+Stealth - 20 NachoMahma - 144 nickodemus - 17 NobodyInParticular - 58 orksecurity - 280 plane+phanatic - 9 Prfesser - 23 purduecer - 11 randofo - 22 RavingMadStudios - 117 Re-design - 544 RelaxedSoup - 19 rickharris - 70 seandogue - 185 Shadowman39 - 15 siliconghost - 28 Steveastrouk - 346 The+Ideanator - 9 UziMonkey - 34 Willard2.0 - 8 wrivera6 - 10 yokozuna - 47 Zengineer1618 - 13 zero.gx - 89 .  Sorry to be so long with the update, but I've been waiting for kelseymh or Kiteman to hit 200. Finally gave up waiting. :)

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Tool Tips Winners Announced

Instructables is happy to announce the prizewinners from Tool Tips Month!You shared over 100 helpful Instructables with tips on hardware, software, and even creating new tools to solve a problem. The site is even more helpful to visitors thanks to all of you who contributed.Since this was a theme month contest the voting was done by the the audience for two of the winners, two were selected by Instructables staff, and one was chosen in a random draw. Be sure to check out the Tool Tips group to see many more great Instructables. We'll be opening the group back up for people to join and add even more useful Tool Tips Instructables.Now, on with the winners!Ratings Prizes - For receiving the two highest ratings, the authors of these Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. Remote shutter trigger for Digital Cameras by deth2all 100 Ways to Reduce Your Impactby Brennn10 Judges Prize - Selected by instructables staff, the authors of these two Instructables will each receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt. How To Shave Without Getting Razor Bumps by SteamKit How to Sharpen a Chiselby offseid Random Prize - For being lucky enough to have its name pulled out of a compressor-powered salad spinner, the author of this Instructable will receive an Instructables Robot t-shirt.and the random winner is...This tip for not burning your desk.Many other members created great Tool Tips, and will receive an Instructables patch. In alphabetical order:1up, alvincredible, BobbyMike, botronics, Brandon121233, computerwiz_222, fatrickuk, Firebert010, Gjdj3, Gunk on Floor, Hodge-Podge, IamTheCreator, iPodGuy, killerjackalope, Kiteman, LinuxH4x0r, Man of Stone, marc92, mbmosher, Plusea, regisd, sideshowcesil, sideways, SteamKit, summit, theopowers, Tool Using Animal, wiiman8.

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