The Thanksgiving contest just ended and I was wondering if there would be a December one happening. Just to give time to think up some stuff, y'know?
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
January 2012 Sculpted! Thanks to everyone who joined in the fun and shared their real and faux beards in the comments below! It was fun to see all the different variations and everyone who posted will be sent out a pack of Sugru! Here's the results of our in-house beard-off: frenzy went for the Deron Williams fade kazmataz had the classic milk-moustache mikeasaurus and StumpChunkman did mirrored MonkeyTail's lamedust went all out with the technicolour rainbow Way to go everyone! December, 2011 November saw many men grow moustaches in support of prostate cancer awareness. For December a few of us at the lab are going to keep the facial fur tradition alive and attempt a beard-off! For the next few weeks we're tossing out the razors and documenting the madness! After, we'll sculpt them into weird designs and then post the results and let you decide who you think has the best/worst beard. This beard-off isn't just for the gentlemen either, the ladies of Instructables have also volunteered to participate with faux beards, knitted beards, or anything else! We're starting with how we look now, then updating later in the month with how our beards are progressing, then how they look sculpted in a ridiculous way. Here are the Instructables staff participating: Participant | Start (December-Beginning) | Beardy (December-End) | Sculpted (January 2012) frenzy kazmataz N/A mikeasaurus StumpChunkman lamedust X Members can join in the fun by posting pictures of their crazy beards in the comments below. Every member who posts a picture of their beard (real or fake) will be sent out a single Sugru pack and an Instructables sticker! Hurry, these things are itchy and are going to be shaved by January 2012!
Topic by mikeasaurus | last reply
I would not know from my Instructables hiatus that this has been suggested before, but I have a good thought for this years Christmas. Instead of going down to your toy shop burning money on the latest toys for someone, that simply you make toys. Of course toys you make yourself have a lot more meaning than those from a store, but I think we have a really creative community here that can engineer some good toy instructables. So why not hold a contest for the best toy instructable?
Topic by CyrusII | last reply
The Eyewriter 2.0 Urban Survival Kit Emergency Rescue Gun 3D Paper Snowflake Magic Photo Cube Adjustable TV Oscilloscope Eggnog Recipe Schoolhouse Rocks Recycled Lumber Sidewalk Utensils for Kids Tricky Wine Bottle Puzzle Daily Gift Giveaways Featured Author: caitlinsdad Adult Johnny Jumper
Topic by randofo | last reply
Antique Bicycle Human Sonar The Linear Clock Learn Business Card Throwing DIY Gorilla Pod Make Whimsical Furniture Kids Riding Crane Gourmet Chocolate Truffles Kill Bedbugs With Christmas Lights Instant Limoncello Cardboard Cryptex Vault $3 Xbox Kinect TV Mount Remove Vinyl Tiles With Dry Ice Challenging Bolt Puzzle Build a Printing Press
Topic by randofo
5 Cent Ring Mind-Controlled Wheelchair Captain America Shield Candle Making Futon Redux Floppy Disk IR Camera Hack Holiday Snow Globe Drinking Straw Heart Hairpin Charging Station Lamp Kinetic Robot Sculpture 30+ Projects to Make and Be Merry New Life for Dead PCBs Blinking LED Firefly Pendant Cinema-Scope Glasses
Topic by randofo | last reply
Star Trek Door Sleek Word Clock Speed Racer Cake Bike Party Trailer Cut a Royal Seal Issue 50 Has Arrived! Glass Tiles from Bottles Bubble Wrap To-Do List RM 100 Mega Rocher CD Scratch Art Fix a PS3 in an Oven 6-Sided Snowflake Dremel Table Mount
Topic by randofo
Solar Panel Sun Tracker Kite Boat Homemade Wind Turbine Solar Lawn Mower Breath-Powered USB Charger The California Cooler DIY Solar Setup Solar Thermal Water Heater Truly Insulate Your Home 440 Watt Bicycle Generator Vertical Wind Turbine USB Bike Charger Solar Heater Algae Bioreactor Air Duct Turbine
Topic by randofo | last reply
Light Up Umbrella Hydraulic Cardboard Robot Arm Easy Digital Picture Frame Adaptive Kayak Paddle Galileo's Bicycle Amazing Coffee Cup Vases Flower Origami Ball Paracord Bracelet and Watch Band LED Test Tube Lamp Rotating Convection Sculpture Musical Tensegrity Structure Human-Powered Light iPhone Guitar Connector Playing Cards for the Blind Belt Sander Table Mount
Topic by randofo
Art | Craft | Food | Games | Green | Home | Kids | Life | Music | Offbeat | Outdoors | Pets | Photo | Ride | Science | Tech Merry Contest-mas! We're celebrating the holiday season with a slew of great contests! New: show off your best drink in the Cocktails vs. Mocktails Contest, and win sweet prizes from Think Geek! Continuing: Enter your food, presents, or decorations in the Homemade Holidays and Holiday Food contests, and win a Kymera magic wand, Shapeways gift certificates, a food processor, fruit-pickers, and Instructables Pro memberships! And coming soon: a Gingerbread House Slideshow Contest! In-wall USB Charger Wood Pendant Necklace Candied Buddha's Hand Citron Gaming Coffee Table Make a Glove Work With a Touch Screen Electric Scooter Pushed by a Monkey Chocolate Pie Board Breaking Make Your Own Springs in Seconds Bookcase Door Bathroom Status Indicator Lights Duct Tape Hoodie Message in a Bottle Key Ring Wooden Induction Charger Secret Knock Detecting Door Lock Industrial Style Media Shelves Guides Gift Wrapping Ideas Solar Panels for Your Home Halloween Contest Winners Arduino Contest Winners Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Art | Craft | Food | Games | Green | Home | Kids | Life | Music | Offbeat | Outdoors | Pets | Photo | Ride | Science | Tech Have a Homemade Holiday There's just over a week left to make holiday decorations, food, and gifts for friends and family. Have fun finishing your projects, and don't forget to take pictures to enter our awesome holiday contests! Food: Cook up something amazing for the Holiday Food Contest to win a food processor or enter your architectural wonder in the Gingerbread House Slideshow Contest to win an Instructables Pro membership. Both contests end this Sunday! Gifts and decorations: Enter the Homemade Holidays Contest, and win a Kymera magic wand, Shapeways gift certificates, and Instructables Pro memberships! Drinks: Whether you like your drinks strong or kid-friendly, enter them in the Cocktails vs. Mocktails Contest and win sweet prizes from ThinkGeek! Easy Chocolate Truffles LED Holiday TuTu Xbox Millennium Falcon Mod Handsome Wooden Walking Stick Book That Can Only be Opened Once Bookcase Door / Han in Carbonite Cinnamon Roasted Almonds Sunrise and Sunset Lamp with LEDs Christmas Story Bunny Costume Ice-Worm Cocktail Charlie Brown Christmas Tree Eiffel Tower in Gingerbread Sleek Laptop Stand Sword-hilted Broken-back Seax Mana Mocktail Zoltar Speaks Costume Guides Light Up the Night! Contest Winners Gift Ideas for Women Easy Cookie Recipes Gift Ideas for Men Instructables.com - 82 2nd St. - San Francisco, CA
Topic by fungus amungus
Art | Craft | Food | Games | Green | Home | Kids | Life | Music | Offbeat | Outdoors | Pets | Photo | Ride | Science | Tech It's beginning to look like make-mas! There are only two weekends left to make holiday decorations, food, and gifts for friends and family. Have fun finishing your projects, and don't forget to take pictures to enter our awesome holiday contests. Gifts and decorations: Enter the Homemade Holidays Contest, and win a Kymera magic wand, Shapeways gift certificates, and Instructables Pro memberships! Food: Cook up something amazing for the Holiday Food Contest to win a food processor or enter your architectural wonder in the Gingerbread House Slideshow Contest to win an Instructables Pro membership. Drinks: Whether you like your drinks strong or kid-friendly, enter them in the Cocktails vs. Mocktails Contest and win sweet prizes from Think Geek! Creature Scarf Animated Christmas Package Pallet Playhouse Bench-mounted Router Table Time Capsule Gift Box Candy Cane Chocolate Popcorn Multi-tier Floating Shoe Rack Illuminated LED Eye Loupe Surprise Rumbling Box Tennis Can LED Lantern Great Artist Warm Up Exercise USB Solar Charger in a Coffee Cup Peanut Butter Chocolate Pizza Christmas Window Lighting Frames Homemade Tauntaun Sleeping Bag Chocolate Peppermint Bark Guides Digital Picture Frame Gifts Easy Dessert Recipes Manly Craft Gifts Christmas Tree Decorations
Topic by fungus amungus | last reply
Make: SF, a local group of Bay Area makers and shakers will be holding their December meeting at Instructable HQ Tuesday the 16th (tomorrow!) at 6:30 PM. Come one, come all and meet, mingle and learn from other Bay Area makers. This event is usually in a show-and-tell format and there is often many cool things being presented. If anyone has any interest in presenting their work to get feedback, please contact me and it will be arranged!489 Clementina St.3rd Floor.6:30 PMUPDATE:I think kelseymh summarized the event pretty well with his comment below. I don't have too much to add to that. Some things to highlight is that there were a number of great presenters and you should be able to learn more about what was covered on the Make:SF Wiki. There will most likely be another meeting around the second week of January for those that could not make it to this meeting. Also, stay tuned for upcoming Instructables build nights happening early next year!I'm republishing a couple of the photo highlights here from the Make:SF Flickr Pool (check them all out!). All photos are courtesy of [http://http://mightyohm.com/ Mighty Ohm].
Topic by randofo | last reply
I'm helping to organize an online DIY conference with lots of tips, ideas, demos, and conversations with Theresa from MyFixitUpLife. We will have holiday DIY experts sharing kid crafts, woodworking, decor, as well as some great holiday drink and food ideas! It's all streaming online, so you can join in whenever you like from wherever you are. December 1st from 12-4pm PST (3-7pm EST) Come check it out :) https://diycon.splashthat.com/
Topic by HannahR24
I need to go somewhere on the 25 and they dont have internet where im going and i want to know if i win.
Topic by GianniMora | last reply
#BUILDNIGHT 20 SPACES AVAILABLE Deadline to sign up: Monday, November 10. Accepted spaces will be notified by Tuesday, November 11. Read our FAQ to learn more about the Build Night program rules and how to make the most out of this event for your space. DECEMBER BUILD NIGHT We are partnering with Chibitronics, peel-and-stick electronics for crafting circuits, for our December 2014 build night. Sign up to participate in the build night and we will ship you a package that includes the following from the Chibitronics Shop: 1 Tray of LED Stickers (108 stickers total) 5 Sensors and Microcontroller sets 5 Effects sets 20 batteries 20 binder clips 10 rolls of copper tape 2 z-tape swatches, so stickers can be reusable HOW TO PARTICIPATE: Host a Build Night: pick a time in December to host a project build night using the Chibitronics materials. You can host multiple build nights during December to work on your projects. Post 3 Instructables: post 3 Instructables using the Chibitronics Materials. Not posting these Instructables will affect your chances to participate in future build nights. Brownie Points (not required): after the build night post a forum topic on Instructables about your event. Include pictures, stories, etc... Here are two examples from past build nights: Noisebridge and Makers Local 256. We may even feature your photos on the homepage. REWARDS: If your submitted Instructable for this event gets featured by one of our editors we will send you an Instructables Prize Pack which includes: Instructables t-shirt, stickers, and patches. This forum post has guidelines for posting feature worthy projects. Be sure to let people at your event know so they can win a prize pack! Limit 3 per makerspace. RESOURCES: Chibitronics Tutorials Instructables App (for documentation during the build night): iOS and Android REACH OUT TO US ON SOCIAL MEDIA tag your posts with #BUILDNIGHT #INSTRUCTABLES Twitter: @Instructables, @chibitronics Instagram: @Instructables https://www.facebook.com/circuitstickers https://www.facebook.com/instructables SIGN UP: Fill out this form
Topic by Carleyy | last reply
The Hammerhead Urban X-699 is a paper airplane that are toughter than the Hammerhead Urban S-493. It's also a 2nd generation Hammerhead paper airplane and the changes bettwen the 1st generation, is the front is now wind and wall bounce tip and the back has a bit of change as well and that is the more tips! [If you don't know what it mean, wait till December.]
Topic by wat. | last reply
Just wanted to share a contest that a NASA blog is doing for papercraft - they're looking for space-themed paper snowflakes and garlands, and the winners will get a prize pack of NASA goodies. The full details and rules are here: http://astrophysics.gsfc.nasa.gov/outreach/podcast/wordpress/index.php/2010/12/01/contest-let-it-snow-paper-snowflakes/ The contest ends on December 22nd at 11:59PM EST, so there are a few days left to enter!
Topic by saramwrap
Hi, i used to be active in school but that was donkey years away. So now a friend has invited me to join her for a 5 km fun-run marathon. My questions are : What diet should I plan? Should I count calories? I am a working mother so I need to plan my time carefully. If you have any suggestions on the timeframe that I should train it would be grateful. What exercise regiment should I follow? Please include a link, if possible since I always read first and follow instructions to the T. Should I time myself whenever I run? Should I train on a treadmill or run at the park? Thanks for the help and I look forward to your suggestions.
Question by ytashi | last reply
I want to let makers/creators in the Boston area know about a few upcoming workshops and classes at Willoughy and Baltic. Intro to Welding-begins December 1st. Woodshop Fundamentals-begins December 1st. Bicycle Frame Welding-begins December 12 and 13th. Classroom Arduino for Teachers-begins December 28th. Mechatronic Art, Design and Fabrication-begins January 21st. Directed Open Studio-begins January 20th. For more information on these classes, please visit: willoughbybaltic.ning.com/page/classesworkshops-1 Willoughby and Baltic 13 Joy Street Somerville, MA 02144 firstname.lastname@example.org
Topic by willoughbybaltic | last reply
(Gosh, it's been a while since I posted a forum!) So 22222222539 is leaving, and I don't want another contest to just die like the rest, so I contacted and got permission to continue the contest as the new host. here is the original forum topic: ROUND 2 A Knex ball Machine lift Duration This round will last from November 30th to December 8th Requirements Must be able to lift a standard knex ball or ball of similar size. Must lift the ball up at least a foot Must be able to AUTOMATICALLY pick up the ball from a short entry ramp Specifications You may use knex tape string A motor other than knex You may NOT use modified pieces wood / other plastic / metal / etc. Points system up to 10 points-each judge gives up to 5 points for overall up to 8 points-each judge gives 0-4 points of innovation up to 6 points-each judge will give up to 3 points for looks up to 4 points-each judge gives up to 2 points for the speed of the lift up to 10 points-I will give each creation up to 10 points on how much I like it Bonus Points 2 points-a video displaying the qualities will add 2 points 2 points-if you do a complete instructable on how to build it. 5 points-If you complete a ball machine you will receive up to 5 points from me Contestants and Entries Knex mad Killer~SafeCracker trauts Wicky knexsuperbulderfreak Kinetic Big Z chopstx Coreyt Smilee bigdylan91 logic boy How the scoring works The amount of points you earned from last round will be added on to the total from this round to get your total to see who advances to the final rounds. The highest total will receive a bonus on the final round. DEADLINE DECEMBER 8TH I know the deadline is rushed, and I am willing to extend it if needed, but try to make it on time. Im rushing this to try to get the next round in during Christmas break so you have lots of time to work on your creation. Backup project: If for some reason you can't make a ball machine lift, you need to make something that will do a basic task, probably powered by a crank or rubberbands. Ideas: A hand powered by cranks to move it on a X, Y, Z axis A Rubberband powered can opener ect. Be creative with this Project. I want to see really amazing things. Please note you can only attempted the Backup project if you have a valid reason why you can't make a ball lift. Everyone who has the pieces to build a ball lift has to. if you have a valid reason, please post it as a comment to this before making your project so i know. When your done, post a like to the foruminstructable for me to put up here. Now get building!
Topic by dsman195276 | last reply
I was browsing through my new December 2007 PC World today, and in the article "Seize the Web" I found pictures of Kipkay's site and several of his videos. I'll try to scan these to get some pictures up, but take a look at the December 2007 issue of PC World, page 110. Congrats Kipkay!
Topic by Firebert010 | last reply
I'm teaching a series of workshops on edge lighting (like in this Instructable) at Hackerspaces in the upper Midwest over the next week. It's a great, easy way to make a great effect (check out the comments section of the 'ible to see what other people have made) The workshops will provide all the tools, materials, and information you need to make your own edge lit decorations, signs, displays or whatever! The cost is $10, and takes about an hour. Location and Times: OmniCorpDetroit Friday December 17, 7:00 pm i3Detroit Monday December 20 at 8:00 pm (Sold out!) All Hands Active Ann Arbor: TBD Pumping Station: One, Chicago. Tuesday December 21 8:00pm Materials and tools are limited to the first 15 people, but learning without materials is free!
Topic by Grathio
This is a challenge that is open to all Knex builders. The challenge is to create a two-path ball machine using 39Shadowman's Stair Lift. The machine must use the stair lift and no other lift systems, and must use the path separator shown in the video. The closing date for entries is 29th December. I will look at the entries on 31st December and pick a winner. The winner will receive five star ratings on their next five Instructables (including slide shows and videos). GOOD LUCK!
Topic by DELETED_KnexLord1 | last reply
I mailed a gift to Ukraine on December 21 and it looks like it's at customs. How often is mail scanned at customs on Sunday and the day after christmas? Does this mean the padded envelope really left the United States? What does this mean? I took a few of the numbers out. I sent it registered mail (first class international registered mail) even though the CD didn't cost me much! I sent another CD regular International First Class in October 2010 and she didn't get it! Do you think customs took it because it was christian music or do you think it was stolen?Please look below! Label/Receipt Number: RC00 146 2U S Class: First-Class Mail International Service(s): Registered Mail™Status: International Dispatch Your item left the United States from ISC NEW YORK NY(USPS) at 7:28 am on December 26, 2010. Information, if available, is updated periodically throughout the day. Please check again later. Detailed Results: .International Dispatch, December 26, 2010, 7:28 am, ISC NEW YORK NY(USPS) .Arrival .Acceptance, December 21, 2010, 11:58 am, LILBURN, GA 300
Question by thrasher491 | last reply
The Holidays are coming up and we want to make sure all of the entries of the Sci Fi Contest are given sufficient time to be evaluated, so some of the dates have been pushed back. Here is the updated timeline Last day we will be accepting entries is December 19, 2012 Finalists will be announced on December 24, 2012 Judging will end on January 3, 2013 Winners will be announced on January 4, 2013 Good luck in the contest and please let me know if you have any questions!
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick
What is your favourite pie? post it in comments and vote for any pie you choose! on december 31st, i will count the votes up and that will be the all hailing ultimate pie!And for those who speak pie speak:WHATISYOURFAVOURITEPIE?POSTITINCOMMENTSANDVOTEFORANYPIEYOUCHOOSE!ONDECEMBER31STIWILLCOUNTTHEVOTESUPANDTHATWILLBETHEULTIMATEPIE!
Topic by The Jamalam | last reply
The challange is to make an instructable, that costs $5 or less. The easiest thing, would be to recycle but you can decide what to do. Anything published after December 31, 2008 is allowed. The contest ends March 1st, 2009. The winner gets the satisfaction of winning. =D haha.
Topic by mg0930mg | last reply
The Merchandise Mart in Chicago is hosting the 9th Annual One of a Kind Show and Sale December 3-6, 2009. Join 500 of North America's best artists and craftspeople to hock your wares. According to CRAFT they'll also be doing a show in New York this December, so check it out wherever you are!One of a Kind Show wants you to know: "The show is scheduled during one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year, in a weather-protected indoor environment -- a venue located at the heart of the most economically viable and highly trafficked area of Chicago. . . The sophisticated hard wall booth configuration showcases work to its best advantage."The application deadline is May 1, 2009, so get your materials together and we'll hope to see you there!
Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
Hi, My name is Kyle and I am the Market Research Coordinator at watchLAB, a nationwide market research company. I am reaching out to you because we are conducting a PAID study for people who considers themselves a "maker", which is someone who creates or manipulates physical objects with digital components. Our client is a major tech manufacturer and wants feedback and insight from Makers to help shape new products and services for the Maker community. The study consists of an online board from December 1st to the 4th that takes 3 hours to complete, and compensation would be $250. Our client will then choose a select group of people who completed the online board to be in either a follow-up telephone interview or an in-home interview. The telephone interviews will be taking place December 7-11, take one hour long, and pay $150. The in-home interviews will be taking place December 14-18, take 3 hours long, and pay $300. If you or anyone at your company is interested in participating, please have them email me at Kyle.Scheffler@watchLAB.com. Feel free to email me with any questions or concerns you might have! Thank you! Best, Kyle Kyle Scheffler | Market Research Coordinator email: Kyle.Scheffler@watchLAB.com watchLAB
Topic by KyleS55 | last reply
I was looking around in the forums on December 22, 2008 and I noticed a strange glitch. The "For Sale Forum Category Rules" had -2 replies. I made a comment and the counter went up to -1. Strange?
Topic by dark sponge | last reply
I just came across this article that I had to share. I thought it was interesting. We are supposed to have severe weather conditions here. We had a thunder storm in December last night. Weird. http://news.yahoo.com/giant-tsunami-shape-clouds-roll-across-alabama-sky-192102289.html . Sunshiine
Topic by sunshiine | last reply
'Tis the season again for holiday shopping, and the hottest gifts will be found at The Crucible's Gifty Holiday Art Sale, this December 13-14th. This is probably the Bay Area's most unusual shopping experience. Where else could you find fabulous affordable handcrafted holiday gifts while experiencing art in action in a space where furnaces roar, sparks fly, and imagination runs wild? Food, demonstrations, performances, fun for all ages. The artisans donate a portion of their sales to support the arts education programs here at The Crucible, so by shopping at the Gifty shoppers support both local artists and arts education. Share this information with family and friends, and come on down to experience the holidays Crucible-style.Saturday & Sunday December 13-14, 2008 10AM 4PM For more info: http://www.thecrucible.org/calendar/gifty_08.htmlFREE ADMISSION Family FriendlyThe Crucible 1260 Seventh Street, Oakland, CA 94607 (2 blocks from W. Oakland BART)
Topic by plasmajan | last reply
Hi, as a proud winner of the recycle and reuse contest in December i told all my friends of my good fortune, now they ask 'well?lets see your prize then' To which i can only reply i have not got it yet. in contrast the runner up prize for the photography contest arrived swiftly. here are pictures of instructables iv made since then.
Topic by crazyg | last reply
Happy Holidays from everyone at Instructables! Autodesk gives all employees off from December 24th - January 1st 2014. So we'll be working with a skeleton staff until then. We'll still be here, but it might take longer to hear back from us! Hope everyone has a good vacation (for those of you who get one :P )!
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick | last reply
Anybody heard of it? Animal Crossing City Folk Wii. It comes with the new Wii Speak! I dont know if its like 50 $ or 60$ Probaly around that. Well it here are it's release dates : NA November 16, 2008 JP November 20, 2008 EU December 5, 2008 AUS December 13, 2008 And it's also online and you can talk and hang out with people around the world! So who's gonna get it and whos not? RANDOMNESSSS!!!!!!!!
Topic by Owenmon | last reply
Hey whatsup everybody. Just out of curiosity how long has everyone been a part of our instructables "community"? Be honest please. I have a member since December 15, 2006. (if you don't know where to find this, move your cursor over your username and go down to Home. Then on the left hand(?) side click 'view persona'.
Topic by wingman246 | last reply
This is actually my first post in anything (forums or the actual site). You guys mention a upcoming book in the group's intro, coming out in September of 2007. Well here it is in December and no book. Has it fallen through? Are you looking for a new publisher, cause I've notice that Reaganbooks hasn't had anything new in months. Plus, I've also noticed that the forums (for HSC) haven't been updated in over a year.
Topic by KRR
I am sorry to say that I will no longer be able to share my Instructables with you nice folks. It seems the powers that be have decided to make it difficult to concede to their demands and rules. I am leaving this site under duress and will miss you all very much. It has been great sharing my stuff with you. Adios and farewell. Triumphman. December 2013.
Topic by triumphman | last reply
Tis the season for the holiday craft bazaar. And no one does it up like SF. W00T!Mission Bazaar the self-proclaimed "Shopping Spectacle" will host tons of artisans exhibiting their creative works, products, fashion and accessories. There will be over 20 hours of live performances on three stages featuring live music, circus and dance acts, performance artists and DJs, including gypsy jazz, bellydance, spoken word, beatbox, choral ensembles, fashion shows, puppetry, flamenco guitar, and much more.And it's totally in a castle!"...full of period detail including cavernous dungeon-like basements, stone staircases, sweeping corridors, and a gigantic drill court spanning almost an acre..."It's the Armory Community Center, and the Mission Bazaar is the first public event to be held there in over 30 years!! So take the chance to come check it out!Saturday, December 6th from 10am-6pm and Sunday, December 7th from 11am-6pm at The Armory Community Center at 14th & Mission in San Francisco, which is right around the corner from my house, so I will totally be there.Scope it! MISSION BAZAAR
Topic by scoochmaroo | last reply
I’ve been working on my instructable project since the begging of December and I have successfully completed 99% of it and 80% of the instructable write-up. When I reassembled my laptop I discovered that I was missing a keyboard key! If anyone has a regular sized letter or number key for the IBM ThinkPad model please contact me. I will donate some cash via paypal and include your name as an honorable mention in my instructable! Thanks!
Topic by Gnaw | last reply