Please am just 18 years old and live with my unemployed mumany online job with small payment, i can manage
Question by gulliveig | last reply
Hey everyone...what's up... I was wondering about a few things, I found instructables about a year ago through readymade magazine and website, I love creative things like this. Except I'm not so creative. I kind of come to this website to cheat, I just make things people have posted and show you how to make, lol. Anyways, I'm 20 years old, live in Kansas, and I'm going to school currently to get my degree in Entrepreneurship, I couldn't think of anything more exciting. I'm in the process of a business startup involving a t-shirt line, and even if it doesn't work out in the end, I'd love to have my own business one day.... Which brings me to my question, where do all of you amazing DIYers work? Boring places, just to pay the bills, or somewhere cool where your DIY skills got you the hook up?
Topic by luna522 | last reply
An opportunity for someone/s to turn their immeasurable talents to produce top quality 'how-to' content for our users on a regular basis ... how to design, how to make and how to market their digital product designs and their finished tangible goods.You will post your content (text, images, video) on our blog and on Instructables.comIf you have a passion for creating how to content and want to do it with a small team of people who are reinventing how goods are designed, made and distributed worldwide, then show us what you've done!You can send your email to us at: info-at-ponoko-dot-com.Can't wait to hear from you :)
Topic by Dogic
I love studying electronics and doing creative things with electricity. I was an artist/musician throughout all of my youth and decided to switch over to creative electronics after discovering the art of circuit bending. I want to get a degree involving creative applications of electricity, but I'm having trouble getting a clear picture of what the job market is going to be like after i graduate. I am wondering what creative positions are available, not just with Instructables but in general. Are there any particular companies that would be good to look into? I'm trying to plan my degree so that it will be appealing to the companies i want to work for. I was an artist before i was a tech/engineer so I'm particularily interested in things such as product design, creative tech projects, animatronics, sculpture and art/music installations. Any advice would be great, I'm eager to find a job that will require my creativity and that isn't mundane. Is creativity something that is reserved to be expressed in my spare time or can it exist within the job market as well?
Topic by Vaginatron | last reply
Klutz, publisher of Juggling for the Complete Klutz and other cool books, is looking for a summer intern with tech skills, creativity, and a fearless attitude toward taking stuff apart and making interesting art and toys. Job Summary This intern will learn the ins and outs of the publishing world according to Klutz while helping develop books and kits. Responsibilities â¢ Assist in creating and testing tech-oriented books and kits. â¢ Assist book editors with daily tasks including changes to brainstorming, creating handmade mock-ups, and assisting at photo shoots. â¢ Test toys and book ideas. â¢ Test toys and books with children. â¢ Run errands. â¢ Assist other groups as needed. Qualifications â¢ Creativity, motivation, and the ability to learn quickly. â¢ A solid knowledge of electronics. Robotics experience a plus. Weâd love to find someone who has experience tinkering with toys, robots, soft circuits, and such. â¢ Experience with art and music a plus. â¢ Able to write basic instructions that a novice could follow.
Topic by ayeola alexander | last reply
Im 15 and looking will be looking for a job for the winter, i want to go somewhere that makes stuff but im not sure where to go... i also want to get skills out of the job... i want to be making stuff not going to peoples houses and mending things.. i live in quite a small town so my options are limited... i love the idea of restoration but there's nothing near me, maybe like blacksmith or wood carvings?
Question by Chumlee | last reply
Someone who works alot with energy (kinetic potential, chemical, mechanical, electrical etc;) and technology called. also is their somethins with those two and construction building. so its consturction, energy and technology. also what are soe jobs just working with energy or technology.
Question by DELETED_JAZ97 | last reply
HI ThereI know this is not a craft question but does anyone know the type of glue that would be good to stick a piece of floor vinyl back to concrete floor. I have a small piece which has been torn and keeps flapping up its driving me mad and I don't want to just tape it down. many thanks LB
Topic by bilesl | last reply
I am a teenage girl, i am trying to earn more money to get my horse:) i hove horses and have been saving ever since i was 9... but i still would like to have a few hundred $ in savings before i get my horse, any ideas howto earn money? i love working outside or inside it doesent matter. i am a hard worker and dont care if my hands get a little dirty.. Please help!
Question by horselover2000 | last reply
Hello, I'm a journalism grad student and am gathering data about the value of internships from the perspective of applicants. I will present the data visually in a report which I will link participants to once it is available. All personal information will be kept confidential. This survey will only take five minutes of your time and will be immensely valuable to my research. Thanks for your time. Here is the link: http://bit.ly/uCcbuV Thanks! -Mariya Pylayev
Topic by mpylayev | last reply
A friend forwarded this job posting, figuring Instructables users might be interested!It sounds like a fun place to work:Lick-Wilmerding is a pretty cool high school in San Francisco. Bothour daughters went there. They have a full mandatory shop course forall students -- woodworking, metalworking, glass, architecture, etc.This is a job posting for a new tech director.Job posting info here. They also have listings for English, History, and Math teaching positions.
Topic by canida | last reply
Instructables needs interns for this Fall in the San Francisco area! We're especially looking for people to help us do community management and build cool projects. See the seedy under-belly of the site! Learn that "scalable community management" isn't just a silly buzz-phrase I made up! Help us make Instructables users happy. Please send a resume, cover letter, and any other useful information to iwannawork at instructables dot com.See all the positions available at Instructables.
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
New online radio station requires DJs I'm starting a new station called Black Box Radio. I am looking to bring together a regular set of DJs to have their own shows on the station. We are launching in the new year. I am also looking for a web designer or two as well as DJ managers and maybe a couple graphic designers Anyone want to to DJ for us? All styles are considered. Reply here and email email@example.com to get in touch Visit our partially built website. http://www.blackboxradio.co.uk/
Topic by lifelong-newbie | last reply
Some of you know, some of you don't, but I started a new job today, at a local new high school. Instructables came up in my interview, and as a result we are starting an Instructables club, starting Thursday lunchtime. First project will be my paper catapult, but we may start encouraging them to publish their own projects over the next few weeks. Weeee....
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
I know a few people here are ready to start looking for a "proper" job.Assuming you don't get your dream job at The Tower, there's a strong second-choice: building spaceships.Scaled Composites (Burt Rutan's company that built SpaceShipOne and Global Flyer) are looking to hire all sorts of people on all sorts of jobs. Some sound genuinely exciting, and some even state they will be working on SpaceShipTwo.Scaled is looking for people that like to build things with their hands and are good craftspeople. Must enjoy a fast-paced R&D; environment and enjoy working in a team atmosphere. Entry-level through experienced persons needed.See that? Entry-level through experienced persons needed - that's all of you, chaps.http://www.scaled.com/http://www.scaled.com/careers/index.html
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Hey everyone, I'm a 21 year old female college student from Kansas, I just got laid off in December, and looking to move soon to the McKinney, Texas area. I'm currently working on my associate's degree, then I plan on transferring to UT-Dallas next spring semester to major in Business. My unemployment from Kansas ends in June, at which point I plan on moving permanently to Texas. I'm trying to take this opportunity to find something new and branch out, I've really been wondering if there are any "green" jobs out there that would be willing to give me a shot...I'm kind of a blank canvas, but I guarantee you I'm a hard worker, and I can learn fast. The environment is important to me, and I think there is huge potential in the "green" market. I would love to help you/your business and also be able to find a full time job...if you, or anyone you know might have something in mind, please contact me... 316-519-0578. -Lita :)
Topic by luna522
I want someone who can actually create the setup described here - lifehacker.com/5852903/silence-noisy-neighbors-by-transmitting-signals-through-their-own-speakers. My neighbour is very noisy and they don't decrease it no matter what. If someone can build the setup or come with their plan to achieve the goal, I can pay whatever you demand. My neighbour has 3 loudspeakers and 2 big-box speakers. He uses an amplifier with a CD in it. He also uses few mics sometimes for his band to sing. they sometime sing for 24 straight hours. Please help and advice.
Topic by VikasS6 | last reply
Hello guys, its Zombiekiller-93 here and today I'm giving you a heads up on future Instructables because I started a new job several weeks ago and I just haven't got the time to be making new instructions or reviews but i can still build stuff. The only possible best chance of making the actually instructions/reviews is during the spring and summer holidays since that is I prefer to make them. Sorry to those that really love seeing my creations but my paid job has to come first but I will try my very best to get new stuff onto instructables. I still be leaving comments and favourites so I 'am still around.
Topic by Zombiekiller-93 | last reply
Hello, I just thought I'd share the last few months of completed work with my fellow makers! I'm addicted to modifying and painting Nerf guns now because its something you put a lot of time into that is used regularly. It doesn't gather dust or become a paper weight like my previous model car hobby. Anyway enjoy, and thanks for looking! More pictures can be provided if you're interested. JonnyBGood
Topic by JonnyBGood | last reply
I was wondering what other jobs a 13 year old could do besides newspaper delivery? Because right now I am only getting paid $100 a month. Are there any other suggestions for a job that pays me enough money so I can give to charity and keep some for myself also?
Topic by Lemon-Duck | last reply
This position has been filled!We need a designer to make Instructables better, more fun, easier to use and nicer to look at. We're looking for the best talent we can find and then we'll figure out how to make it work for both parties. You don't have to be available for full time work and you don't have to work in the office or even in the same country.Great visual design skills are our most important criteria. You'll also need to be able to turn your designs into cross-platform CSS and XHTML that integrate with our existing style sheets. Some level of Flash experience will also be required.Please send your cover letter, rates and portfolio to iwannawork [at] instructables [dot] comWe look forward to hearing from you!
Topic by lebowski | last reply
Hello instructables Addicts! I manage a group of engineers at Amazon. We're the team that gets to design, prototype, and build new devices and machines for Amazon's warehouses. I'm looking for new people to join the team who are interested in joining us on our mission to build cool new technology. We cover a lot of of diverse areas, from industrial image acquisition and vision systems to embedded device development, so be ready for a challenge! If you love embedded systems design, aren't afraid of the soldering iron, and want to work with some incredibly bright people every day, check our our job posting! All of the jobs are here in Seattle and are full time. Read more about qualifications and apply directly by checking our our posting: https://us-amazon.icims.com/jobs/116465/job . Alternatively, if the link doesn't work, go to amazon.com/jobs and search for 116465. Have a great day!
Topic by gashalot | last reply
Working at InstructablesIf you don't see an open position that fits you, please don't hesitate to drop us a line and say hi. We are always actively building our network of curious, creative talent with a passion for making. To introduce yourself, please send your cover letter and resume to auctoramentum at instructables dot com with a fun, robot-related subject line
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
Currently looking for people well-versed in arduino technology to teach small 6-12 people classes. The goal for us is to connect the Brooklyn community with the craftsmen of the area, and foster a connection through making, crafting, and creating. Teaching with us allows you to earn money on your own terms by teaching classes you create. If you are interested in teaching, shoot us an email!
Topic by JohanGravityHill | last reply
I have seen many of the good idea in instructables. Many people posted good products as their hobby such maybe a home appliance, technologies, etc. Ideas are unique to everyone. All of us have this wonderful platform to publish our creativity. If instructables offers a market for our product, i will be lead to create more ideas. I think this platform helps to get a job for talented fresh graduates.
Question by SelvakumarP | last reply
The article is here: http://beforeitsnews.com/business/2013/07/the-purchasing-agent-who-works-for-free-and-the-little-company-that-let-him-go-2532632.html Apparently I work well under pressure. I love manufacturing. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org My instructables: https://www.instructables.com/member/luxstar/?show=INSTRUCTABLES Thanks
Topic by luxstar | last reply
It's getting about time for me to start getting ready for college and deciding what to do. I've started playing with electronics stuff, and was like this would be a cool job. Are any of you guys electronics engineers and would recommend it as a good job? What all do you have to do?
Question by 7654321 | last reply
Are you a plumber or an electrician with a sense of adventure, few ties and a willingness to work hard and play hard?Then this could be the job for you!The British Antarctic Survey is looking for both jobs, to start as soon as possible, for contracts up to 18 months long.The salary is relatively low (roughly $50,000 per year), but accommodation is provided, living costs are extremely low, and the experience would be unrepeatable.If you think you're up to the challenge, you need to complete the online application before the 12th September.Plumber vacancyElectrician vacancyUPDATE: The BBC also covered this story.
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
This forum is for pictuers only you can include the range and modifications if desired the pink yellow and white disc shot is my secondary and it gets 70 feet with a stefan the blue and white bbb is my primary and gets 120 feet with a stephan
Topic by SorryBarry
I have my own business painting murals and doing custom art for clients in commercial and private spaces. Here's a time lapse I did a while back. Thought it was fitting here in the art section. This ceiling is roughly 16 feet by 14 feet in size, and the center of the ceiling is about 17 feet high. I actually painted this ceiling twice because the original owners sold the residence and the new owners wanted a new and different mural in the space, about twelve years apart. A master sketch of the whole ceiling was created, and then each main detail was sketched a second time as a close up so I knew exactly what was to be painted.
Topic by bart245 | last reply
We are looking to hire instructables authors who specialize in gardening and DIY crafts! Sure. It is nice to give to charity. It is nice to share with the world. But its also nice to take your wife out to a nice dinner now and then. It is nice to be able to fill your gas tank. It is nice to have nice things. Now, you can always take that do-it-yourself article you worked so hard on and post it someplace like Instructables.com. It will help people out, so it is kind of like giving to charity. It is nice to give to charity. However, you could take that same article, post it at DIYG ( http://diygardener.net/), and get PAID FOR IT. People can still read it for free on DIYG, so you are still helping them out. Only now, you are helping your wallet out, too! Not only that, but if readers like your work-then you get a long term position as a paid blogger for the site. Sounds good doesnt it? Instructables is making excuses when asked about paying you. I have heard of everything from providing a community with free information to other watered down excuses. If you join the DIYG community you will not only be joining a great group of people, youll also have the opportunity to generate money for your next project by posting your guides. Doesnt that sound better than exchanging your work for nothing? It is a win win situation for you with DIYG. You sign up, you have a good time with us, you share your content, and you can get paid while having fun with us. There is nothing to lose here, but there is a whole lot to gain. You lose the frustration of complaining to site owners who dont have your interest at heart. Hey, if this site is going to make money off your work, you may as well get paid for it. You still get the satisfaction of sharing your content with others but you get paid for it this time! Stop giving your precious work away for FREE to a changing environment. Start earning some extra cash by becoming a part of the growing DIYG community. Come check out DIYG at http://diygardener.net, look around for a while. If you like the place, you can add to it and at the same time we add to your bank account. Feel free to contact us back at email@example.com if you are interested in getting paid to write what you are passionate about!
Topic by syncronox
Whenever I asked my dad for a phone he always said when you have a job.....................well I am going to get a job in 9 months but I am getting to go more places by myself a lot more and I would like to have one not for protection but just for real emergencies and whenever I get left alone and need to call my parents because it is getting kind of embarrassing when I have to ask my friends to borrow one of their phones I think I am responsible enough I know I will not stay up till dawn texting people and I know I will only use it in emergencies and when needed plus he has two phones one he never uses but he is still paying for it so please I need some tips and tricks to getting a phone 9 months early
Question by acidbass | last reply
The 18th century gave us the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Purpose-built factories for the new industries such as iron and textiles. New and improved methods of transportation, communication and production. It changed the way people lived / worked and it created / inspired a lot of what we still see and use today. This revolution had its negatives too. Jobs were lost to the industrial machines that did it better and faster, the poor and the working classes often had to endure grim living and working conditions. The black gold mined from underground, fuelled our thirst for advancement. Now in the 21st century, we are in the midst of the Technological Revolution. Ubers, drone deliveries, driverless cars and trucks, AI, Google, Facebook, Amazon Alexa, unmanned military vehicles, war by remote control and the bravery of being out of range. The drones, AI, robots and automation may not only take away our jobs, but potentially the need to leave the house or to have any real-world face to face interactions. They could re-define our lives, for better or for worse. Are you fearful? Wary? Or do you embrace the changes going on all around us?
Topic by ThirdEarthDesign | last reply