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Featured Author: Tomatoskins Answered

Hello!
I recently had the joy of interviewing Tomatoskins. Not only is he an awesome maker, but he's also a Community Manager here at Instructables! Check out his interview!

If you have any more questions that you would like tomatoskins to answer, here's the place to do it!

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sagalyusufibrahim

2 years ago

hey! my name is sagal, and I'm around 12 years old. this might sound to you weird, but I always love the fact of thinking, and i always think of how things work, and how can i do at the same time, so do you have any suggestion for me please

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Anshu ARsagalyusufibrahim

Reply 2 years ago

Yep buddy.

If you always think of how things works.

Trust me you are a genius!

Hack around the things at your home. Document it, publish an instructable and let us also see what you think.

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Yonatan24sagalyusufibrahim

Reply 2 years ago

You love thinking, and always think about how things work? At the same time?

Where's the question?

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Yonatan24

3 years ago

How did you come up with your Instructables name, And why?

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tomatoskinsYonatan24

Reply 3 years ago

Hahaha that story isn't as interesting as most people would hope. Back when I was signing up for an account seven years ago I was just looking to contact the author of this MP3 Player instructable. I have always struggled with unique usernames. Not thinking that I was ever going to need my username or login much I didn't really care what it was. Well, I happen to be eating a tomato at the time and the username 'tomato' happen to already be taken, so 'tomatoskins' was the next logical username to me. Since then it has become my username for a lot of platforms. Almost anything with the moniker 'tomatoskins' is me.

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mchau2

3 years ago

Ii totally remember the 8 ball in a wooden block! I am a bit curious about his younger age, in perticular what do his family think of his creation as he progress?

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tomatoskinsmchau2

Reply 3 years ago

My mother says that I was curious about how things worked from a young age. I started working with wood around the age of 8. We had recently installed a wood fence around our yard which produced a large amount of scrap wood. To this day, my family is often confused at how I think, but they say if they give me enough time I usually come up with something interesting.

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mchau2

3 years ago

Nice interview btw... thw re imagining robit is a fun one!