30CommentsCovenant Holy City of High CharityJoined April 30th, 2009
This is the place where I say "I am that I am" I am a white male, brown hair, hazel eyes....the rest is subject to change without notice, although, Meyers-Briggs says I am ISFP, just for what that is worth. I am a MAJOR Star Trek fan. There is nothing (and I mean NOTHING) that I can't tie to Trek in some way or another. It is nearly a spiritual path. I am Unitarian Universalist, with a Wiccan flavoring. I take my faith very seriously. Do not try to convert me to whatever you may believe,... Read More »
  • The Arbiter commented on JohnH641's instructable How to Drive a Manual Car2 years ago
    How to Drive a Manual Car

    Beautiful demo car, but I would NEVER put a n00b driver in Mustang...that just seems blasphemous somehow. LOL

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  • The Arbiter commented on acoens's instructable IKEA Expedit Filing Cabinet Hack2 years ago
    IKEA Expedit Filing Cabinet Hack

    This is very cool. Instead of making your own rods and so forth though, why not just pick up a Pendaflex frame for a couple of dollars and sit it in the drawer? This one is from Wal-Mart and retails for $9.70, but you can find others cheaper and more expensive.

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  • Raspberry Pi: Wall Mounted Calendar and Notification Center

    Well, no. Since he was having trouble modifing the contents with only a touchscreen, keeping it only a screen would not be an interactive wall display, it would be an electronic picture frame. By using a blue tooth keyboard, he can make the changes needed or wanted, then put away the keyboard, leaving only the screen. If I do this project, which I may, I will probably use the keyboard and maybe even a BT mouse for information management.

    It looked like it had USB ports. How about a small USB Bluetooth dongle and a blue tooth keyboard. I have a Bluetooth keyboard for my Android tablet and it is wonderful, but I can cut it off and stick it on a shelf. If you only need to make changes occasionally, this may be the way to do it.

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