K'NEX Magazine Comparisons - 5.56 NATO, STANAG Magazine

On thing that makes any K'NEX gun replica more accurate is the magazine. Trust me, if your magazine is to big or to small, it will make the whole gun look bad. As this is the case, I decided to "clear up" the small argument about the size of 5.56 NATO magazines, as some people are incorrect on the size of K'NEX magazine that they use. As you see in the pictures below, TD's magazine (yellow connecter - white rod - yellow connecter) is more accurate than the other type (white connecter - green rod - white connecter). The latter version (white connecter - green rod - white connecter) is quite a few centimeters too long, and is more accurate for some 7.62x51 replica K'NEX guns. The last pic is of my Dad's Bushmaster Carbon 15. -The Red Book of Westmarch

Posted by The Red Book of Westmarch 4 years ago


Ahh.... Mountain Dew and Breaking Benjamin at 9:56 in the morning

So, I am so comfortable right now. I'm drinking Mountain Dew and listening to Breaking Benjamin at 9:57 in the morning. It's very relaxing. What makes you feel awesome? It can be a mix of 2 things or just one thing.

Posted by Flumpkins 8 years ago


As of 11:56 PM Eastern Time (Atlanta).....

As of this very moment (or about a minute ago) there are 328,881 profiles. Just letting you know.

Posted by heavy.metal.nguyen 9 years ago


impossible quiz

This is the impossible quiz, see how far you can make it before you quit!most of them dont make senseby the way, im up to question 82!!!!DO NOT LOOK FURTHER IF YOU DO NOT WANT HELP!IM WARNING YOU!!!!!blue then red then blue then yellow is the sequence for question 56

Posted by ledzep567 10 years ago


forever alone

My next song is called forever alone because i was heartbroken but  i read an article about letting go of the past but it is sometimes hard. either i need  to relax or keep stressing. i took a test and it said my stress level is 56/14 i really don't know what to do.... i am not  saying i will be alone forever it's just i can't trust no one ever again.

Posted by CIARA_YOUNG 3 years ago


When should my sister switch to baritone saxophone?

My sister started playing saxophone, and she wants to switch to bari sax. The problem is, she's way too small. She can barely play my tenor! She really wants to play it, but she'll have to wait until she's slightly taller and better at sax. When could she play the bari and what should she know before playing it?

Posted by robin.howell.56 3 years ago


Reply comment fails

When I am replying a comment, the editor takes my previos response instead of the text I typed. You can see this in https://www.instructables.com/id/Dont-be-stupid-as-me-no-sea-estpido-como-yo/. Apr 13, 2012. 6:55 AM repeats two more times, at 6:56 AM and 6:57 AM. Then, I can not reply last comments. This is not the first time this problem occurs, since any months it happens, but randomly.

Posted by rimar2000 6 years ago


Editor not working

I'm not able to open the editor. I get an error in the javascript console: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'Go' of undefined     at loadEditor (EEZ9RA7IPCYCPKA:1260)     at EEZ9RA7IPCYCPKA:1285 loadEditor @ EEZ9RA7IPCYCPKA:1260 (anonymous) @ EEZ9RA7IPCYCPKA:1285 Resources: https://www.instructables.com/static/drag_editor/deploy/editorcss.html5.min.56.css https://www.instructables.com/static/drag_editor/deploy/SCRIPT_MANIFEST.102.js https://www.instructables.com/static/drag_editor/deploy/editor.html5uploader.min.133.js all return 404 and I assume are required for the editor. Thanks

Posted by ncross1 1 year ago


making a book closet !

Hi I have a closet which was used to be for clothes but now it is full of books and junkI was wondering if i can turn it into a good book closet .It's depth is 56 cm which is very deep so i'm afraid i can't support the books from behind.Here r some pix to explain .Also i wanted a good way of categorizing the books , like i have alot of school books , tons of self improving books , etc .Any idea would be appreciated .Thanks in advance .

Posted by FOOOFEI 8 years ago


League of Legends, Teemo Hat - Hand Made

$15 Whether you, or someone you know is an active player of League of Legends, this handmade hat is ready to get that special someone in the zone for their next battle. Completely hand made from a custom pattern, there's no others like it. Due to handmade nature, product may differ slightly to shown picture, just adds to that handmade feel. One size fits all. (approx 56 cm diameter) $5 Postage within Australia $10 Postage to most of the world

Posted by Sawowie XD 3 years ago


Goldeneye 007 on Wii - Friendcodes & Tips

Hey guys, I was wondering if any of you guys on Instructables play this game?  Where are your favorite places to play?  What level are you?  What kind of tactics do you use? I like to play in the Archives & Outpost. I'm level 56 (no cheating) and I typically use the Masterton M-557 (Shotgun) or the Anova DP3 (Assault Rifle)  Feel free to share friend codes, cheats, tips or anything else. Killer~SafeCracker

Posted by Killer~SafeCracker 7 years ago


Does number of views and favorits effects your contest winning ?

Hi .. i know that the votes only have approx. 50 % of the winning descision the other half it the judging panel. But would like to ask. how much does the number of views and favorites effects the chances of wining. i am asking that because i was wondering about he results of the "indoor gardening contest" Grand Prize : "Views 1400, Favorites 120" First Prize 1: "Views 27.286, Favorites 451" First Prize 1: "Views 2380, Favorites 56" First Prize 1: "Views 2044, Favorites 76" Can anyone explain that to me ? 

Posted by stregoi 1 year ago


FLICKERROR

1.- my images where uploaded a 56 times because I kept pressing the image (stupid me) but anyways..... I have to delete one - by one!!!!! Are you kidding me. Cant I select all and then just erase them . Or erase a folder or something in my library... <------If you know how to do this tell me update: (Note: Use Ctrl-/Cmd- and Shift-select for multiple files) ...I just saw it after trying it again. I didnt want to delete it because It might help some other frustated robot2. The second Bug I am reporting is: MY FLICKER IMAGES LOSE THEIR NAME WHEN I ADD THEM TO MY LIBRARY (I put it in caps so a developer from flicker can fix this.) Cant I use the name they already had? Might as well Upload one by one. Its gonna take me the same time than to change all their name.

Posted by onelmo 9 years ago


Broken backlight on laptop screen - Project ideas anyone?

I'm opening up to this lovely community since your creativity never fails to amaze me. I've had a laptop that has been sitting in my closet for about a year (Its a Thinkpad T43 i believe) which was in fair shape until one day it would no longer function, hence the closet bit. I got a little curious when I was digging through clothes and found it again, and played around on it and noticed if you held a light directly on it you could just barely see the screen, so I managed to reinstall windows, hook it up through S-video to my TV, and voila. But I dont use it that much, so I wanted to do some kind of project with it. I've seen the DIY projectors made form overheads, which would seem like a logical choice since it'd be easy enough with a working screen that has no backlight, but the thing is I already own a projector capable of 720p/1080i so I'm skipping this one.I've seen people do multi touch with screens before (ie things like http://multitouch.fieryferret.com/2008/04/finished-table.html) . but I'd want to do something larger. Then there's things like https://www.instructables.com/id/Back-projection-56-inch-multitouch-television./which are cool, but i dont have the need for something large in that format. I'd like to do something like a large coffee table with multitouch (like Surface) but I'm not sure how possible that is to do. Here's a rough sketchup of the basic idea (very basic, very rough. I'm at work wiht only access to MSPaint, and should be doing work anyway :) but with the 56 inch they have that mirror setup and I dont think you could do that with something that low to the ground (like a coffee table), correct?i'd love to hear your thoughts on that, but also.. what do you guys think? Got any good ideas for laptop with just the backlight blown? I dont really need a fileserver, and I have another laptop, so if you guys have any wild ideas out there.. I'm game.Cheers,Ian

Posted by ianidas 10 years ago


Disco Track Ball Machine

This is a knex ball machine that I built. Click here for more pictures and video. This contraption used 6303 pieces.heres a parts count: RODS: 3249 green-519 white-401 blue-1395 yellow-553 red-223 grey-105 rigid grey-1 flexi-yellow-3 flexi-grey-49 CONNECTORS: 2570 dark grey-94 light grey-56 red-366 green-88 yellow-479 orange-284 white-157 blue-392 purple-654 PANELS: 12 triangle medium-2 large -5 square small-4 large-1 OTHER: 472 rc tubing-7 crossties-54 chain links-174 blue spacers-53 silver spacers-103 tan clips-17 blue clips-5 black Y clips-33 large black joints-3 ball joints-2 red gears-6 rc splicers-2 battery powered motors-1 wheels-3 tires-2 orange splicers-7  

Posted by Jag56 8 years ago


AC motor power supply

I have an old Dayton electric motor I pulled out of a lab blower. (I have no idea how old it is, I pulled it out of my grandpa's bottomless basement.) It looks like it still works, but I found it with no wires or anything attached to the terminals. (All of the internal connections look good, however.) So, here's the tricky bit, how do I run power to it? I copied everything off of the label on the motor, and I'll post it on the end. I've got very near to 0$ in the project bank, so the cheapest I can possibly do this the better. I don't need anything nearly as sophisticated as speed control, or anything like that. Here's the info from the label: model: 5K261 HP: 1/3 RPM: 1725 V:`115 A: 5.4 Hz: 60 Time Rating: Cont. Temp. Rise: 48C PH: 1 Frame: 56 Brgs: Sleeve Code: H S.F: 1.35 S.F.A: 6.0 Amb: 40C No.: S60CXCDY-4065 Insul: Class: A Thermally Protected: AUTO I'm not quite sure what I'm going to do with it yet, that depends largely on how well it works.

Posted by Helioskannon 10 years ago


Error 500 trying to view message

I received an e-mail saying that I was sent a private message (with the full text of the message) but when I go into the Inbox I do not see the message and when I click the Reply link in my e-mail I get the following error message: ERROR 500: com.instructables.exception.NotPermittedException: null or uninvolved or non-admin user may not view message XQM9PGUGA1BGJH0 Exception com.instructables.exception.NotPermittedException: null or uninvolved or non-admin user may not view message XQM9PGUGA1BGJH0  at com.instructables.manager.HibernateMessageManager.load(HibernateMessageManager.java:56)  at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)  at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(NativeMethodAccessorImpl.java:39)  at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.java:25)  at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Method.java:585)  at com.instructables.transaction.TransactionHandler.invoke(TransactionHandler.java:69)  at $Proxy15.load(Unknown Source)  at com.instructables.webapp.you.ShowMessages.prepare(ShowMessages.java:53)  at com.instructables.servlet.ActionServlet.prepare(ActionServlet.java:170)  at com.instructables.servlet.ActionServlet.doGet(ActionServlet.java:60)  at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:115)  at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:92)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.ServletFilterChain.doFilter(ServletFilterChain.java:106)  at com.instructables.filter.HibernateSessionRequestFilter.doFilter(HibernateSessionRequestFilter.java:48)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70)  at com.instructables.filter.TemporaryProFilter.doFilter(TemporaryProFilter.java:77)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70)  at com.instructables.filter.SecurityFilter.doFilter(SecurityFilter.java:140)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70)  at com.instructables.filter.SetupFilter.doFilter(SetupFilter.java:68)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70)  at com.instructables.filter.NextPageFilter.doFilter(NextPageFilter.java:53)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.FilterFilterChain.doFilter(FilterFilterChain.java:70)  at com.caucho.server.webapp.WebAppFilterChain.doFilter(WebAppFilterChain.java:173)  at com.caucho.server.dispatch.ServletInvocation.service(ServletInvocation.java:229)  at com.caucho.server.http.HttpRequest.handleRequest(HttpRequest.java:274)  at com.caucho.server.port.TcpConnection.run(TcpConnection.java:514)  at com.caucho.util.ThreadPool.runTasks(ThreadPool.java:527)  at com.caucho.util.ThreadPool.run(ThreadPool.java:449)  at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:595)

Posted by jasonwebb 8 years ago


Help With arduino Tic tac toe

//This program is a 2 human player tic tsc toe//Created on August 26, 2008 int val; int O; int val2; int playerTurn = 1; int spotOne = 01; // These are the varibles for each possible spot on the grid int spotTwo = 02; int spotThree = 03; int spotFour = 04; int spotFive = 05; int spotSix = 06; int spotSeven = 07; int spotEight = 8; int spotNine = 9; int Player1 = 00; // these will be used to have the players choose their spot on the grid int Player2 = 11; void setup () { Serial.begin(9600); (playerTurn == 1); Serial.println ("Welcome to the two player tic tac toe game."); Serial.println ("Players will take turns putting their choices into the terminal by number."); Serial.println ("Each free space on the grid will have a number on it from 1 to 9."); Serial.println ("Player one will be an 0 and player two will be an 11"); Serial.println ("The first person you get 3 of theor symbols in a row wins"); delay (5000); }void loop (){Serial.println(val);Serial.print (spotOne);Serial.print (" !");Serial.print (spotTwo);Serial.print (" !");Serial.println (spotThree); //First LineSerial.print (spotFour);Serial.print (" !");Serial.print (spotFive);Serial.print (" !");Serial.println (spotSix); //line 2Serial.print (spotSeven);Serial.print (" !");Serial.print (spotEight);Serial.print (" !");Serial.println (spotNine);Serial.print ("It is player ");Serial.print (playerTurn);Serial.println ("'s turn, enter your selection");delay (500); if (playerTurn = 1){ if (Serial.available()) { (val = Serial.read()); if (val == 49){ if (spotOne != 11 || 0){ (spotOne == 11); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 50){ if (spotTwo != 11 || 0){ (spotTwo == Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 51){ if (spotThree != 11 || 0){ (spotThree == Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 52){ if (spotFour != 11 || 0){ (spotFour == Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 53){ if (spotFive != 11 || 0){ (spotFive == 11 ); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 54){ if (spotSix != 11 || 0){ (spotSix = Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 55){ if (spotSeven != 11 || 0){ (spotSeven = Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 56){ if (spotEight != 11 || 0){ (spotEight = Player1); (playerTurn = 2); } if (val == 57){ if (spotNine != 11 || 0){ (spotNine = Player1); (playerTurn = 2); }}}}}}}}}} } } if (playerTurn = 2){ if (Serial.available()) { (val = Serial.read()); if (val == 49){ (spotOne == 0); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 50){ if (spotTwo != 11 || 0){ (spotTwo = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 51){ if (spotThree != 11 || 0){ (spotThree = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 52){ if (spotFour != 11 || 0){ (spotFour = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 53){ if (spotFive != 11 || 0){ (spotFive = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 54){ if (spotSix != 11 || 0){ (spotSix = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 55){ if (spotSeven != 11 || 0){ (spotSeven = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 56){ if (spotEight != 11 || 0){ (spotEight = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); } if (val == 57){ if (spotNine != 11 || 0){ (spotNine = Player2); (playerTurn = 1); }}}}}}}}} } }} Can anyone help me with this program. I cant quite get it to work properly. You can make changes anywhere.

Posted by sotsirh194 9 years ago


INSTRUCTABLES FLIGHT SIMULATOR X PARTY

One day I decided to host a FSX(Flight Simulator X) party for the Instructables community.The party will be named "Instructables" in the GameSpy list.Use your Instructables username.Times:16:55:38 Thursday July 25, 2009 in GMT11:56:00 Thursday July 25, 2009 in EST09:57:08 Thursday July 25, 2009 in PST8PDT16:57:37 Thursday July 25, 2009 in Zulu16:57:54 Thursday July 25, 2009 in UCT11:58:11 Thursday July 25, 2009 in US/Central09:58:36 Thursday July 25, 2009 in US/Pacific16:58:59 Thursday July 25, 2009 in UniversalIf your time isn't listed, use this.All times in 24hr.The party will go on for 10 hours.SF International Airport is recommended for flight departure and arrivals,but you are absolutely free to spawn anywhere you like.Just don't spawn on the runway.I will be providing ATC,along with whoever wants to do ATC.GO FORTH AND FLY FELLOW IBLERIMPORTANT NOTE:THESE DATES ARE FOR THE CANCELLED PARTY. OBTAIN FSX BEFORE THE NEXT PARTY

Posted by Derin 9 years ago


Wiring stripboard tracks to common ground

I'm planning a stripboard POV kit to solder with learners over about 3 hours or so, and I have a problem designing the wiring for the LEDs. It's straightforward to use the required series resistors to wire the output pins of an ATMEGA like http://www.arduino.cc/en/Hacking/PinMapping to the anodes of 8 5mmx2mm rectangular leds like http://www.rapidonline.com/Electronic-Components/Kingbright-L-383IDT-5x2-5mm-H-i-Red-LED-Rectangular-56-0398 packed side by side onto 0.1 inch stripboard. However, I'm facing a puzzle when trying to wire the LEDs' cathodes together to ground. It's fairly easy for me myself to do this, just by free-soldering a couple of spare legs directly over the cathode tracks, or chaining loads of wires. However, I can't see myself guiding 45 people through this in a workshop without hassle and errors. Does anyone have a simple way to wire 8 'odd' stripboard tracks together to a ground track (the 'even' tracks have the anodes in them). To give a flavour of the solutions I'm considering, I'm looking into 0Ohm bussed resistor networks like http://www.interfacebus.com/resistor-network-schematic-bused-resistors-sip.html to wire theparallel tracks into a single ground track using a standard through-hole component with legs clipped off. However I'm having trouble sourcing anything like this, and I'm sure others have better ideas.

Posted by cefn 5 years ago


Javascript bugs in FF and IE

I'm experiencing multiple bugs in Instructables, most JavaScript related. FF 11.0, have these same problems with FF10.2?. Instructables on safe list @ NoScript 1. Images look ok in instructables, switching between them in steps do not work at all. I click on the second image. It should replace the first one in the same container, nothing happens. 2. Can not vote. The stars are simply not there anymore. 3. There are 4 fingers white gap above, and 3 fingers white gap below the instructable title / photo-step row FF Javascript error console shows no errors. Things like Favoring/Unfavoring, commenting works fine. IE 8.0.6 1. Same problem as previous #1, yet clicking on the second image opens the image thumbnail directly in a new window. 2. IE displays "Errors on page" with this text: "Webpage error details User Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1; Trident/4.0; .NET CLR 2.0.50727; .NET CLR 3.0.4506.2152; .NET CLR 3.5.30729; .NET CLR 1.1.4322) Timestamp: Wed, 14 Mar 2012 13:18:56 UTC Message: 'f[...]' is null or not an object Line: 25 Char: 358 Code: 0 URI: https://www.instructables.com/static/js/gw-11.6.4/lib/gw.min.js I bet some script near the bottom of scripts is killing the rest of scripts, this is why some scripts work and some don't. Can provide more info if needed.

Posted by skiedra 6 years ago


500W electric scooter control and instrumentation with Arduino mega

1. Introduction DC 500W motor control with an Arduino mega to limit starting current and to vary the speed of the scooter. The battery is in 24V, 10A.h. The following table summarizes their characteristics: https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a014.jpg https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a111.jpg 2. Bibliography: Link download : sketch_escooter_feed_back_reel_V1.ino https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_fB3GAsM02FSlRTWHdyRkhuUW8/view?usp=sharing escooter_ampli_SIMULINK.mdl https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_fB3GAsM02FOW9OdmlhdDhJZGc/view?usp=sharing escooter feed back ISIS.DSN https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_fB3GAsM02FOXdRWFN5OWRMQkE/view?usp=sharing youtube  :  "study trotinette electric e-scooter 100W et 350W, wiring"  youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqJ2-YiE8Tg&index;=75&list;=PLfZunVn_gcq7EOurXuWU2sRFmh6CbiUiL Article: «Study of electric scooters 100W and 500W (Arduino), Revue 3EI 2017» Pdf? Book «I realize my electric vehicle» at DUNOD 3. Open loop program To test the programming, we simulate the program in ISIS, as can be seen in the following figure. In addition, we have an LCD display to display data (duty cycle corresponding to the PWM at 32Khz, motor current, motor voltage, action on the pushbuttons, 4 push buttons are used. BP1 to manually increment the duty cycle, BP2 decrement it. BP3 set the duty cycle to 0, corresponding to the brake contact. The speed of the motor is practically proportional to the duty cycle https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a211.jpg We made our own current amplifier called a step-down chopper but it is possible to buy a shield There are many cards for Arduino to control DC motors especially of low powers and also of great powers as can be observed on the following links.http://www.robotpower.com/products/MegaMotoPlus_info.html http://www.robotshop.com/en/dc-motor-driver-2-15a.html https://www.pololu.com/file/0J51/vnh3sp30.pdf https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a310.jpg But all these chopper shields measure the current internally but there is no current limitation. In order to have a current limitation, an analog current loop is required using specialized AOP or IC or a fast digital current loop. But what should be the value of the limitation current? The choice of the current value is normally for the 1-hour operation service in order to be able to carry out relatively long climbs without reaching the critical temperature of the engine. In our case, the limitation current must be Limiting motor = Power / Upper battery = 500W / 24V = 20A In addition, the power transistor of the chopper can only support 50A in our case. But in open loop, it has no current regulation, so as not to exceed the maximum current, a ramp of the duty cycle will be used. A 0.1 second interruption routine will be used to measure the voltage of the current (sample measurement, sample). This sampling time is arbitrary but does not allow to be faster than the rise time of the current because the electric time constant of the motor is L / R = 1.5 ms. Open loop operation with a 25.5s (8bit) ramp and 0.1s interrupt routine provides a good understanding of the operation of a DC motor drive. The display will only be done every 0.2s to have a stability of the digits on the screen. In addition, a digital filtering will be done on the current and the voltage on 4 values therefore on 0.4s. [b] Algo open loop [/b] Interrupt Routine All 0.1S Read voltage and current Loop loop (push button scan) If BP1 = 1 then increment PWM If BP2 = 1 then decrement PWM If BP3 = 1 then PWM = 0 Displaying variables every 0.2s Code: [Select] // include the library code: #include #include #include #define SERIAL_PORT_LOG_ENABLE 1 #define Led     13       // 13 for the yellow led on the map #define BP1     30       // 30 BP1 #define BP2     31       // 31 BP2           #define BP3     32       // 32 BP3 #define LEDV    33       // 33 led #define LEDJ    34       // 34 led #define LEDR    35       // 35 led #define relay   36       // 36 relay #define PWM10    10      //11   timer2    LiquidCrystal lcd(27, 28, 25, 24, 23, 22); // RS=12, Enable=11, D4=5, D5=4, D6= 3, D7=2, BPpoussoir=26 // Configuring variables unsigned   int UmoteurF = 0;  // variable to store the value coming from the sensor unsigned   int Umoteur = 0; unsigned   int Umoteur2 = 0; unsigned   int Umoteur3 = 0; unsigned   int Umoteur4 = 0; unsigned   int ImoteurF = 0;  unsigned   int Imoteur = 0; unsigned   int Imoteur2 = 0; unsigned   int Imoteur3 = 0; unsigned   int Imoteur4 = 0;            byte Rcy=0 ;    // 8bit duty cycle unsigned    int temps; // the setup function runs once when you press reset or power the board void setup() {   pinMode(Led, OUTPUT);   // Arduino card   pinMode(LEDV, OUTPUT);   pinMode(LEDR, OUTPUT);   pinMode(LEDJ, OUTPUT);   pinMode (PWM10,OUTPUT);     // Pin (10) output timer2   //  digitalWrite(LEDV,LOW);   Timer1.initialize(100000);         // initialize timer1, and set a 0,1 second period =>  100 000   Timer1.attachInterrupt(callback);  // attaches callback() as a timer overflow interrupt   lcd.begin(20, 4);    Serial1.begin(9600);   TCCR2B = (TCCR2B & 0b11111000) | 0x01;         //pin 10  32khz    http://playground.arduino.cc/Main/TimerPWMCheatsheet                                                   //http://www.pobot.org/Modifier-la-frequence-d-un-PWM.html   //   analogWriteResolution(bits)      https://www.arduino.cc/en/Reference/AnalogWriteResolution lcd.setCursor(0,1); lcd.print("Rcy"); lcd.setCursor(10,1); lcd.print("Um"); lcd.setCursor(5,1); lcd.print("Im"); lcd.setCursor(10,1); lcd.print("Um"); lcd.setCursor(20,1); // 4 lines display * 20 characters lcd.print("BP1+"); lcd.setCursor(25,1); lcd.print("BP2-"); lcd.setCursor(29,1); lcd.print("BP3=0"); } // Interruptions  tous les 0.1s void callback()  { temps++; //toogle state ledv for check   if ( digitalRead(LEDV)== 1 ) {digitalWrite(LEDV,LOW);}     else {digitalWrite(LEDV,HIGH);}     analogWrite(PWM10,Rcy);   // frequency Umoteur=analogRead(A0); Imoteur=analogRead(A1); Imoteur2=Imoteur; Imoteur3=Imoteur2; Imoteur4=Imoteur3; ImoteurF=(Imoteur4+Imoteur3+Imoteur2+Imoteur)/4 ; Umoteur2=Umoteur; Umoteur3=Umoteur2; Umoteur4=Umoteur3; UmoteurF=(Umoteur4+Umoteur3+Umoteur2+Umoteur)/4 ;   }// End routine // Loop corresponding to main function void loop() {    // BP + LED   if ((digitalRead(BP1))==1) {     lcd.setCursor(20,0);      // Column line     lcd.print("BP1");     digitalWrite(LEDR, LOW);        digitalWrite(LEDJ, LOW);     Rcy++;                        // PWM incrementation     if ( Rcy>254)  {Rcy=254;}     delay(100);               //8bits * 100ms = 25S increment 25ssecond slope     }        if ((digitalRead(BP2))==1) {     lcd.setCursor(20,0);     lcd.print("BP2");             Rcy--;      if ( Rcy<2)  {Rcy=2;}  // PWM almost at 0, engine stop         delay(100);      digitalWrite(LEDR, HIGH);     digitalWrite(LEDJ, HIGH);     }   if ((digitalRead(BP3))==1) {     lcd.setCursor(20,0);     lcd.print("BP3");      Rcy=2;               // PWM almost at 0, engine stop     } if (temps>=2)  { lcd.setCursor(0,0); lcd.print("                "); // Erase line lcd.setCursor(0,0);     lcd.print(Rcy); lcd.setCursor(5,0); ImoteurF=(ImoteurF)/20;     //resistance (5/1024)*(10/0.25ohm) si ACS712 66mV/A                            // For resistance 1ohm (ImoteurF) / 20; Simulation 5/25 lcd.print(ImoteurF); lcd.setCursor(10,0); UmoteurF=UmoteurF*10/38;                              //10/38   10/30 simula if (Umoteur>ImoteurF){UmoteurF=UmoteurF-ImoteurF;  }  //U-R*I lcd.print(UmoteurF); temps=0; }// End if time    } // End loop https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/dsc_0614.jpg Since there is a limit of 9000 characters in the forum below Open loop program feature previous The interrupt routine lasts only 250 microseconds, the loop of the main program which scans the action of push buttons is 13micros and the display time of all data is 11ms. Thus, it is possible to improve the sampling period and thus the speed of the regulation of the current. The Arduino makes it possible to make the instrumentation of the scooter so to know the power, the consumption in Ah and Wh, to measure the speed, to know the consumption according to Wh / km, to measure the temperature of the engine, Have a safe operation. But for now we will see how to limit the current 4. Closed loop program, limited current control The sampling period will increase to 0.01 seconds (interrupt routine) If the current is less than the desired value, then the duty cycle can be increased or decreased to the desired value which is the setpoint. On the other hand, if the motor current is greater than the limiting value, there is a rapid decrease in the duty cycle. So as not to exceed the value of the duty cycle if it is saturated to 254 maximum and to the minimum value 6. Code: [Select] if (Imoteur<4000)                    // No current limitation at (20A * 10) * 20 = 4000   {if (consigne>Rcy)   {Rcy=Rcy+1;}   // Pwm ramp + 1 * 0.01second pure integrator    if (consigne    if ( Rcy>254)  {Rcy=254;}           // Limitation of duty cycle    analogWrite(PWM10,Rcy);   // Frequency 32kHz timer2}         } if (Imoteur>4000)  { Rcy=Rcy-5;              // No current filtering, to be faster                     if ( Rcy<6)  {Rcy=5;}       // Rcy is not signed, nor the PWM therefore Rcy minimum must not be less than 6                   analogWrite(PWM10,Rcy);   // Frequency 32kHz timer2}                        } 5. Closed Loop Program, Limited Current Control with Acceleration Handle An acceleration handle provides a 0.8V voltage when not operated and a 4.5V voltage when the handle is fully engaged. Instead of using pushbuttons to increase or decrease the speed setpoint, an acceleration handle will be used Code: [Select] Upoignee=analogRead(A3); // The relation in Upoign and the setpoint which corresponds to the duty cycle corresponds to if (Upoignee>100) { consigne=(Upoignee/2);     //0=a*200+b    et 255=a*800+b                      consigne= consigne-100;                   }                            else { consigne=0;   }               if (Upoignee<100) { consigne=0;  }     // redundancy     6. Temperature and safety program of the motor with the current measurement The outdoor temperature measurement can be easily performed by the LM35 component which charges 0.01V by degrees Celsius Code: [Select] temperature=analogRead(A2); //lm35 0.01V/°C temperature=temperature/2;       // Temperature coefficient lcd.setCursor(5,2); lcd.print("      "); lcd.setCursor(5,2); lcd.print(temperature);   // Display in ° C lcd.setCursor(9,2);      // Erasing secu display lcd.print("     ");   if (temperature>80 ) {lcd.setCursor(9,2);         // If motor external temperature is above 80 ° C                      lcd.print("secuT");                       Rcy=0;} In addition, thermal safety by measuring the motor current will be added. If the limitation current is greater than 10s then the motor will no longer be powered for 30s. A "secu" display will appear on the LCD display. This safety makes it possible to cut the motor on slope too high and when blocking the engine but it would be necessary to add the measurement of the speed in the latter case Code: [Select] if (timesecurite>=10000 ) {flagarret=1;      // If limitation current for a current of more than 10s                               timerepos=0;                               consigne=0;                               Rcy=0;                                 timesecurite=0;}       //   Then stop engine during a downtime    if (flagarret==1 ) {lcd.setCursor(9,2);         // If limiting current for a current of more than 20s                      lcd.print("secU");  }     //   Then stopping the motor for a stop time and display                                                     if (timerepos>=30000 &&  flagarret==1) {flagarret=0;                                           lcd.setCursor(9,2);      // After a rest time here of 30s                                            lcd.print("       ");   }   The display can be observed if the temperature is above 80 ° C https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a017.jpg Thermal safety by measuring the motor current (digital thermal relay) which allows to know the image of the internal temperature of the engine would be ideal. But for this, it is necessary to know well the thermal modeling of the motor. 7. Measurement of the energy capacity of the battery The energy capacity of a battery is in A.H, we will display the value in mA.H to have a high accuracy. The capacity will be in A.Second in the following equation. So to have in mA.H, it will be divided by capacity by3600. Capacity (A.s) n = I * Te + Cn-1 with Te = 0.01s and I multiplied by 10 So in the interrupt routine Code: [Select] capacity=ImoteurF+capacity ; And in the display Code: [Select] lcd.setCursor(0,3); // Display of energy capacity lcd.print("C mA.h="); capacity1=capacity/(18000);   //18000=3600*5  5=> Current measurement coefficient lcd.print(capacity1); To check a current of 10A with an adjustable resistor and after 30s, the capacity must be 83mA.H 8. Power and modeling with SIMULINK Modeling helps to understand the vehicle and its control. In addition, it is possible to compile the control part directly into the Arduino program from simulation under Simulink. But it will not be possible to simulate the instrumentation with the LCD display. In the following figure, we can observe the simulation of the programming of the chopper with the current limitation with Simulink. In the following figure, the green box shows the duty cycle control to vary the speed and the red border the current limitation. The controller of the control is here a simple integrator but it is possible to carry out a multitude of control. https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/azub_c15.jpg In the previous figure, it can be observed that the current is well limited to 25A from 2s to 9.5s. Then, the current reaches 10.8A under established speed regime at 22.5km / h. The dynamics are similar to the tests carried out. With a slope of 5%, the cyclic ratio reaches only 100% as can be seen in the following figure. The speed will reach painfully 19km / h with a current of 24A and a motor power of 580W. See article: Study of electric scooters 100W and 500W (Arduino), 9. First conclusion It is easy to control a 500W DC motor with an Arduino and some components So repair many scooters that are in DC motors. But it takes some knowledge (automatic, engine) to know how to properly manage the engine and limit its current so as not to damage it The display of the speed, the distance, the operating time to know the Watt.km / km can also be realized with a menu 2. The .ino program as an attached file, But it is not possible to put an attached file in ISIS electronic labcenter? What is this forum? It would be desirable that the compiler could generate the.cof to debug in Isis and test the program line by line .... Arduino still has to make a lot of effort to be on the same level as other microcontrollers 10. speed measurement (tachometer) Velocity measurement is carried out using a hall effect sensor SS495 or A1324 which counts each revolution of the wheel. It is enough to enter the perimeter of the wheel of the scooter (130mm of radius therefore 0.816m in the case To have the speed, it is enough just to divide the number of turn of wheel on an arbitrary time of 1s to have a minimum speed of 0.81m / s therefore of 2.93 km / h. In addition, an average filter with 3 values will be used to display the speed. At 25km / h, there will be 8.5 laps. To count the turns, an external interrupt routine will be used on input INT0 21 of the mega card. http://www.locoduino.org/spip.php?article64 To simulate the speed, a pulse on input 21 will be used with a duty cycle of 10%. https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a018.jpg Code: [Select] void INT0b21() {   Tspeed++;   // External interruption to count the number of turns } // In the set up declare the interrupt routine when the 5V edge of the magnet detection is done   attachInterrupt(digitalPinToInterrupt(21), INT0b21, RISING );  // External interruption // In loop if (temps09>=5)  {        // 1 second loop lcd.setCursor(13,2);      // Erasing speed lcd.print("kph     "); lcd.setCursor(16,2); speed1=Tspeed*2937;      //1tour*816*3.6/1s=2.937km/h speed2=speed1;           //Tspeed (rate/seconde) speed3=speed2; speedF=(speed1+speed2+speed3)/3000;   // To put in kph lcd.print(speedF,1);    // Display to the nearest tenth Tspeed=0;   // Reset counter temps09=0;  //reset time } To improve the accuracy of the velocity measurement, it is possible that the sampling time of the velocity measurement is dependent on the velocity. For example: For speeds less than 10km / h sample at 1second, but above 10km / h sample at 2 seconds. 11. Distance measurement for autonomy The distance corresponds to the total number of turns of the wheel multiplied by the perimeter of the wheel. So do not set the number of turns to 0 for each sample. On the other hand, the reset of the distance will be done when pressing the reset of the Arduino Mega. The distance display will be displayed to the nearest second. At 32km / h, it will take 2 minutes to do 1km as can be seen in the following figure: https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/a019.jpg Code: [Select] void INT0b21() {   Tspeed++;   // External interruption to count speed   nbrRate++; } lcd.setCursor(13,4);      lcd.print("km      ");  // distance=(nbrRate*816)/1000;  //distance m distance=distance/1000;  //distance km lcd.setCursor(15,4);      lcd.print(distance,1);  You can observe the electrical installation with the chopper, the arduino, and the display when the program is set up https://i58.servimg.com/u/f58/17/56/35/17/dsc_0613.jpg 12. Synthesis The RAM space is used only at 4% and ROM space at 3%, for an Arduino mega. So we could take an arduino a little smaller. But, there are 8 Lipo cells to make the 24V power supply to power the engine via the chopper. Therefore, the voltage measurement of each element will be on the Arduino with a JST connector. This measurement makes it possible to know if a cell with an internal resistance which begins to pose a problem and to know if the balancing of each cell has indeed been carried out. It is possible to switch to 36V with 12 cells also with the arduino mega without using an external shield that multiplex 24 analog inputs on input A0 It is possible to send all data to a smartphone via Bluetooth HC06 via pins 20, 21, RX1 and TX1. But the application under android realized under JAVA Studio can not be shared on this forum. This part will not be explained. After having made the instrumentation of this scooter, a study should be carried out on the precision of the measurements, it is possible to read "Instrumentation of a low-power electrical motor vehicle" eco marathon "type Revue 3EI N ° 81, July 2015 http://www.fichier-pdf.fr/2015/09/07/instrumentation-vehicule-faible-consommation-eco-marathon/

Posted by Iutgeiisoissons 1 year ago


I have a PCB BOARD set up for 150x 5mm IR LED's would Fifty 1/2w 56 ohm resister work?

Infrared spotlight project. I have a PCB BOARD set up for 150x 5mm IR LED 1.5-1.6 forward voltage. Forward current is 60 mA 150 LED’s are divided into 50 groups (3 LEDs each + 1 resistor) What ohm resistors are needed for the 50 groups of three LEDs each? I was thinking of using x2 18350 Ultrafire 3.7v x2= 7.4 volts. Suggestions on more or less voltage using increments of 3.7. Infrared spotlight project. I have a PCB BOARD set up for 150x 5mm IR LED 1.5-1.6 forward voltage. Forward current is 60 mA 150 LED’s are divided into 50 groups (3 LEDs each + 1 resistor) What ohm resistors are needed for the 50 groups of three LEDs each? I was thinking of using x2 18350 Ultrafire 3.7v x2= 7.4 volts. Using the online resistor led calculator. For 150 LEDs grouped 3 LEDs + 1 resister The answer given was x50 1/2w 56ohm resister needed. Being a broke novice I don't want to order and wait for fifty wrong resisters. Do you think this is a safe bet? To better understand my confusion please refer to item #251216249922 on eBay or look up pcb board for 150 x led 3mm or 5mm. The third photo completed tells a lot. Thanks again for the help!

Posted by Magnum50ae 5 years ago


Yeah, about my miter saw...

I know lots of people want me to post my miter saw, and I said I would. But I decided that I'm not going to post. It uses a lot of pieces, and only 3-4 people would be able to build it anyway. Sorry if your disappointed, but I did take pictures of it while I was taking it apart, so you'll be able to see the insides. I also included a parts list below if you're curious about how many pieces it used. :-)    Rods: 996 green-249 white-123 blue-347 yellow-96 red-34 gray-9 rigid tan-1 rigid black-1 flexi-rod (yellow rod length)-12 flexi-rod (gray rod length)-68 orange-56 Connectors: 804 dark gray-15 light gray-34 red-232 green-33 yellow-171 orange-59 white-74 blue-81 purple-179 Panels: 29 triangle mini-12 triangle small-16 square small-1 Other: 205 chain link-33 blue spacer-31 silver spacer-66 tan clip-18 metallic blue clip-15 black Y clip-5 red gear-8 small blue gear-2 orange splicer-12 battery-powered motor-1 tire-6 black snap cap-3 rubber band-3 fishing line-2 strands Total: 2,034 Here's some pictures of the saw's deconstruction and pieces.

Posted by Shadowman39 8 years ago


Number of contest wins

Hi, when people see the prizes I have won, they tend to ask me quite often, whether anybody else has won more often than me. While I knew, that wold630 has won more often than me I had no idea where I stood. So I sat down with my boyfriend to write a small script. Since you might be interested too, I decided to post the results here (starting from four and more, else there would be to many people). They might be off here and there by one contest (especially if a patch has not been handed out), but should be pretty accurate. Thanks to everybody who has voted for me and especially instructables, for hosting so many awesome contests. 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2009 149 technovative 65988 4 7 57 42 May 13, 2008 150 hungryhappenings 42991 4 8 106 100 Sep 7, 2011 151 emilygraceking 163915 4 22 245 59 Jul 9, 2008 152 volpin 763193 4 3 687 100 Mar 13, 2009 153 PenfoldPlant 531493 4 24 313 100 Apr 30, 2007 154 HHarry 323616 4 18 177 83 Dec 6, 2010 155 knife141 550526 4 75 261 52 Nov 28, 2008 156 gmjhowe 1542435 4 50 792 58 Apr 9, 2007 157 Plasmana 3557852 4 32 1077 46 Apr 4, 2008 158 danlynne07 191456 4 48 185 87 May 25, 2012 159 starshipminivan 1285430 4 66 388 65 Mar 9, 2007 160 elco_chan 420302 4 32 241 62 Apr 2, 2009 161 sursula 37566 4 19 108 73 Mar 27, 2013 162 groovymama 87269 4 11 243 45 Apr 12, 2013 163 blorgggg 91252 4 13 38 46 Mar 2, 2008 164 dragonator 330293 4 8 269 50 Jun 12, 2009 165 e1ioan 391072 4 4 142 50 Dec 3, 2009

Posted by BrittLiv 4 years ago


Total Views Tracker - 13/01/2011

Here's this week's tally! The group's now got over 150 members, 50 of which joined since mid December! I didn't get around to making the changes to the script I promised last week, I hope to add links to the list and automatic patch giving soon; I just haven't had time recently! This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain canida 4,133,770 4,161,996 28,226 fungus amungus 3,810,955 3,834,653 23,698 scoochmaroo 3,566,430 3,615,447 49,017 randofo 2,737,169 2,773,785 36,616 Honus 2,503,181 2,513,524 10,343 Kiteman 1,760,269 1,770,772 10,503 Plasmana 1,631,315 1,641,765 10,450 Tool Using Animal 1,586,400 1,594,537 8,137 T3h_Muffinator 1,080,291 1,086,285 5,994 zieak 1,036,709 1,042,266 5,557 killerjackalope 989,201 998,201 9,000 gmjhowe 975,903 982,225 6,322 drinkmorecoffee 909,894 919,482 9,588 Weissensteinburg 851,790 860,080 8,290 Creativeman   851,365 - SaskView 840,127 845,603 5,476 lemonie 793,879 799,282 5,403 seamster   701,378 - Brennn10 679,755 682,737 2,982 chr   622,118 - ChrysN 593,019 607,855 14,836 mikey77 582,631 588,893 6,262 jeff-o 540,726 546,106 5,380 PKM 527,697 530,654 2,957 laxap 478,370 483,278 4,908 mikeasaurus 440,136 442,923 2,787 belsey 400,703 411,442 10,739 aeray 402,540 408,894 6,354 depotdevoid 377,391 380,966 3,575 Jayefuu 351,698 354,518 2,820 ModMischief 330,818 343,813 12,995 scraptopower 317,326 324,968 7,642 Spl1nt3rC3ll 280,333 281,312 979 KentsOkay 245,855 246,842 987 AngryRedhead 219,817 239,391 19,574 nmcclana 236,457 239,135 2,678 Doctor What 219,715 220,867 1,152 starshipminivan   216,040 - rimar2000 182,030 196,206 14,176 dark sponge   180,981 - BrittLiv 170,049 176,371 6,322 Ninzerbean 168,016 169,824 1,808 comodore 156,851 157,584 733 Lithium Rain 151,967 153,355 1,388 yokozuna 145,008 147,602 2,594 Kaelessin 144,778 146,698 1,920 Hiyadudez 134,884 136,759 1,875 Lynne Bruning 133,761 134,699 938 Dr.Paj   134,359 - bertus52x11 127,354 128,890 1,536 The Jamalam 121,719 122,145 426 RavingMadStudios 105,709 107,171 1,462 thermoelectric 104,441 105,660 1,219 uniqueutopia 100,581 101,649 1,068 JamesRPatrick 94,541 95,640 1,099 Goodhart 92,295 92,918 623 DJ Radio 90,497 91,220 723 janw 87,283 88,480 1,197 jen7714 64,459 71,279 6,820 jen7714 64,459 71,279 6,820 MichelMoermans 63,651 64,427 776 Killer%7ESafeCracker 61,050 61,535 485 nelson8815 55,564 58,953 3,389 Re-design 54,114 54,553 439 Shadowman39 48,570 49,472 902 wizgirl 38,030 49,204 11,174 TNEN 46,832 47,144 312 kelseymh 46,203 46,458 255 Sunkicked 44,695 45,079 384 ynze 41,336 44,679 3,343 beckervdejazz.com 42,220 42,586 366 The Ideanator 39,299 40,032 733 Berkin 38,822 39,195 373 mman1506 37,123 37,320 197 EmmettO 35,441 35,967 526 Biggsy 34,344 35,704 1,360 knuckel 33,935 34,444 509 artificialintelligence 30,363 31,235 872 nickodemus 28,827 29,150 323 TSC 26,906 27,545 639 jwystup 25,524 26,326 802 MotaBoi 25,633 25,940 307 KoffeeKommando 25,191 25,900 709 Jimmy Proton 23,398 25,682 2,284 cbm104 24,882 25,275 393 peguiono 24,316 24,510 194 m6233555m 23,965 24,082 117 kcls 22,929 23,523 594 lilyfrancis 22,689 23,386 697 Knex_Gun_Builder 22,063 22,175 112 WARLOCK76 21,330 21,860 530 plane phanatic 20,945 21,201 256 Derin 20,698 20,918 220 CrayfishYAY 20,756 20,881 125 steveastrouk 19,998 20,270 272 possum888 19,233 19,449 216 tombuckey 17,723 17,873 150 Tornado96 16,755 17,025 270 zascecs 16,888 16,964 76 knexsuperbulderfreak 14,010 14,088 78 floris2burn 13,799 13,990 191 Legofanatic 13,127 13,424 297 uberdum05 12,626 12,747 121 qazwsx755 11,926 12,193 267 wtmi.podbean.com 10,949 11,746 797 nutsandbolts_64   11,497 - masterochicken 10,758 10,845 87 NachoMahma 10,771 10,827 56 FrozenStar 10,474 10,703 229 cdawisconsin 9,295 10,285 990 acidbass 9,478 9,613 135 zurichko 8,744 8,976 232 lizzyastro 8,309 8,528 219 Sorunome 6,596 6,929 333 Kryptonite 6,769 6,849 80 cherishcherub 5,942 6,021 79 moocowdog 5,115 5,226 111 zero.gx 4,991 5,040 49 Dr Pepper   4,842 - jamesdude 4,070 4,091 21 slithien 3,789 3,838 49 RNB 3,369 3,527 158 MegaMetal8 3,319 3,382 63 wareneutron 2,802 2,903 101 tbcross 2,748 2,824 76 mg0930mg   2,800 - cj81499 2,508 2,515 7 solarblade90 2,310 2,396 86 Jag56 1,988 2,029 41 Flannel UK 1,311 1,430 119 shadon 1,210 1,246 36 Randomguy65 1,099 1,153 54 dombeef 788 803 15 AwesomeSwordGuy 727 783 56 LivStoleYourPie 56 365 309 Fr-Pa-Co 191 196 5 i like cheese 66 74 8

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


[newsletter] Pringles Golf, Encrypt Gmail, GTA IV Skating...

Sign-up for our newsletter here. May 22, 2008 Welcome back! To celebrate the release of the new Monkeylectric lights that are being put out by Instructables co-founder Dan Goldwater we are kicking off our Let It Glow! Contest. Post an Instructable about an illuminating project and win some of these insanely cool bike lights! Check out these cool Instructables! Apple NesRemote The gaming icon of a few console generations ago gets a new life controlling the slick new computers of today. posted by Agurri on May 18, 2008 Back projection 56 inch multitouch television. Live out those Minority Report fantasies with this huge multitouch screen. You know you want to. posted by Christopher Jette on May 19, 2008 Encrypt your Gmail Email! If you want to be sure that your email can be read by no one but you, then it needs to be encrypted. Here's how. posted by w1n5t0n on May 15, 2008 Vehicle "skating" in GTA IV Has the thrill of Grand Theft Auto IV already faded? Try this trick to quickly modify any car and start skating the streets. posted by idyll23 on May 16, 2008 Munny Speakers Give your speakers some personality by planting them right into a doll's face. posted by fungus amungus on May 20, 2008 Make an iPod Speaker from a Hallmark Music Card Ever get one of those cards for your birthday that plays music when you open it? Don't throw it away! It could be your next iPod speaker. posted by justinseiter on May 15, 2008 Cheap Improved LCD Overhead Projector Put your old 15" LCD monitor with a dead backlight to work as the source for an overhead projector and live a little larger. posted by themakeclass on May 17, 2008 Get Big Money for Dead Batteries There's more to just recycling cans to get paid a little for cleaning up. There's money in those batteries as well! posted by TimAnderson on May 20, 2008 Urban Homestead Gardening Turn your concrete jungle of a backyard into an experiment in sustainable urban homesteading. Some tasty veggies could be your reward. posted by shellberry on May 19, 2008 Glow Bone! LED Night Safety Dog Collar Never lose your dog again during a night walk with this lit up tag. posted by momo! on May 10, 2008 Waterproof bicycle basket Carry your gear on your bike year-round without worrying about your items getting soaked in the rain. posted by themakeclass on May 20, 2008 Pringles Golf Finish off some chips and soon you'll be ready for some putt-putt anywhere! posted by randofo on May 22, 2008 Now go make something awesome, and I'll see you next week! - Eric

Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago


Ch. 3 In Which Old Science Creates New Technologies

Hey Instructastorians! I know I haven’t been keeping my Instructables Intern Blog updated, so in advance I apologize for the lateness in this update. Things have really picked up since the last time I posted anything here! As some of you might remember back, a couple of weeks ago Instructables HQ, which where herein be referred to as Instructables Laboratories (Seriously, that’s what they call the building here!), held a massive social event involving Liquid Nitrogen and fast freeze Ice Cream. It was a rising success for everyone and more than 70 people visited our lab! The Ice Cream was fantastic to, due to our delicious confectionary staff particularly Angie, and our Maker Faire ticket raffle was awesome. As for the Faire itself, I unfortunately was not able to participate in the Instructables Booth, being more than slightly preoccupied with my own DIY PIXAR stand, but I heard it was great. They managed to give away almost all of the Lab’s business cards and even managed to sell several dozens of our Robot T-Shirts! Sure beats the hell out of being stuck in a dark room, with several hundreds of people jamming into your personal space, while Tesla Coils scream Classical Music at 56 decibels… BUT, last week after the Faire, things became sadly much more subtle. Several people around The Lab were still recuperating from the hectic events of the Faire and there wasn’t much to do around the office. Being recently promoted to the job of Delivery (meaning I get to control all outward shipment of prizes and gifts), my goal was focused on trying to ship out a lot of the past closed contest prizes from a couple of months past. Thankfully Instructables had a monthly event to obliterate this post MF doldrums- INSTRUCTABLES BUILD DAY! This is held on the last Friday of every month, where most work is momentarily cast aside and everyone instead works on their own personal Building projects! SWEET! So for my project, I ended up creating something really cool involving PVC pipe connectors, a Shop Vac and several feet of clear vinyl tubing ('ible coming soon).  I'm making a note here- HUGE SUCCESS! As for myself, even though I might’ve gotten used to waking up at 6:00 AM to commute 1.5 hours to San Francisco, I’m still completely thrilled to be working here. Always something new going on and never a dull day at the office Lab. OH and I finally got my own key! Now I can enter our labs without setting off the Turret Defenses! -New Intern 2011, SHIFT!  

Posted by SHIFT! 7 years ago


Total Views Count - 17/03/2011

Here's this week's total views count, and guess what! I remembered to run it all by myself, no prompting from the usual suspects this week :D A couple of people may be missing, I think Instructables was responding slowly at the time and I saw one or two time out :( I posted a different picture this week because I've used the same one by Caitlinsdad for the last 23 runs, no offence intended C'dad, it is a brilliant cartoon. Extra points to anyone who can tell everyone a little about the photo I took :) This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain canida 4,394,768 4,426,251 31,483 scoochmaroo 4,249,766 4,302,608 52,842 fungus amungus 4,045,399 4,065,705 20,306 randofo 3,174,010 3,196,759 22,749 Honus 2,606,865 2,617,925 11,060 jessyratfink 1,873,089 1,887,047 13,958 Kiteman 1,841,239 1,848,452 7,213 Plasmana 1,711,656 1,720,542 8,886 Tool Using Animal 1,647,818 1,653,675 5,857 T3h_Muffinator 1,123,399 1,127,156 3,757 zieak 1,076,548 1,080,949 4,401 killerjackalope 1,052,667 1,065,915 13,248 gmjhowe 1,027,150 1,031,715 4,565 drinkmorecoffee 1,000,634 1,022,720 22,086 Creativeman 919,747 928,198 8,451 Weissensteinburg 910,014 915,987 5,973 SaskView 880,924 884,879 3,955 lemonie 869,576 875,203 5,627 chr 816,815 827,793 10,978 seamster 744,546 749,038 4,492 Brennn10 708,414 710,944 2,530 frenzy   703,220 - ChrysN 692,190 697,911 5,721 mikey77 633,477 637,781 4,304 CameronSS 604,073 606,704 2,631 jeff-o 579,449 582,322 2,873 PKM 575,184 580,244 5,060 laxap 512,930 515,622 2,692 mikeasaurus 467,997 471,013 3,016 aeray 455,680 461,128 5,448 belsey 449,055 452,043 2,988 scraptopower 432,666 449,543 16,877 ModMischief 414,208 415,508 1,300 depotdevoid 408,461 411,323 2,862 Jayefuu 371,436 373,460 2,024 Spl1nt3rC3ll 288,577 289,448 871 starshipminivan 278,857 288,435 9,578 AngryRedhead 268,541 271,746 3,205 scooter76 264,334 265,052 718 nmcclana 259,469 261,623 2,154 KentsOkay 253,956 254,794 838 Vyger 249,182 250,244 1,062 BrittLiv 222,019 237,379 15,360 Doctor What 230,274 231,242 968 rimar2000 218,301 220,723 2,422 rickharris 214,078 214,739 661 dark sponge 188,038 188,739 701 Ninzerbean 181,858 183,083 1,225 bongodrummer 177,754 178,989 1,235 Lithium Rain 164,245 165,559 1,314 comodore 163,987 164,831 844 Kaelessin 157,605 158,841 1,236 yokozuna 155,141 155,602 461 Hiyadudez 150,380 151,860 1,480 bertus52x11 148,045 149,600 1,555 Lynne Bruning 145,664 146,696 1,032 Technochicken 143,625 144,752 1,127 Dr.Paj 141,128 141,936 808 The Jamalam 125,573 125,946 373 uniqueutopia 121,624 123,721 2,097 RavingMadStudios 119,027 119,844 817 thermoelectric 115,943 117,104 1,161 I_am_Canadian 111,741 112,089 348 JamesRPatrick 102,061 102,747 686 Goodhart 100,921 101,429 508 janw 97,977 100,006 2,029 DJ Radio 97,087 97,750 663 jen7714 90,127 91,696 1,569 jen7714 90,127 91,696 1,569 nelson8815 73,925 84,015 10,090 iminthebathroom 74,889 76,908 2,019 wizgirl 70,437 71,425 988 MichelMoermans 69,787 70,474 687 Killer%7ESafeCracker 65,299 65,592 293 ynze 61,858 62,714 856 ajleece 58,252 58,505 253 Re-design 57,869 58,185 316 Shadowman39 55,480 55,956 476 TNEN 49,360 49,640 280 kelseymh 48,373 48,564 191 Biggsy 47,570 48,297 727 Sunkicked 47,251 47,492 241 The Ideanator 44,958 45,452 494 beckervdejazz.com 45,107 45,364 257 Berkin 42,063 42,406 343 EmmettO 40,275 40,755 480 Jimmy Proton 38,928 40,432 1,504 knuckel 37,467 37,713 246 TitanTechRobotics 36,838 37,429 591 KoffeeKommando 32,689 33,369 680 TSC 32,614 33,125 511 nickodemus 31,400 31,671 271 jwystup 30,864 31,323 459 mman1506 29,427 29,996 569 lilyfrancis 28,976 29,436 460 MotaBoi 28,607 28,916 309 cbm104 27,280 27,460 180 kcls 26,788 27,000 212 possum888 25,790 26,078 288 Mr.Sanchez 25,540 25,944 404 peguiono 25,804 25,939 135 shadowninja31 25,411 25,634 223 m6233555m 24,711 24,807 96 annahowardshaw 18,193 23,514 5,321 Knex_Gun_Builder 23,181 23,272 91 plane phanatic 22,808 23,003 195 steveastrouk 22,566 22,824 258 Derin 22,513 22,694 181 CrayfishYAY 22,291 22,430 139 lizzyastro 17,369 21,746 4,377 Tornado96 19,164 19,307 143 Tom Buckey 18,944 19,034 90 zascecs 17,554 17,608 54 TabbyDeAnne 16,401 16,794 393 cdawisconsin 16,198 16,752 554 Blue Mullet 15,608 16,423 815 qazwsx755 15,377 15,715 338 floris2burn 15,350 15,554 204 Legofanatic 15,155 15,346 191 knexsuperbuilderfreak 14,696 14,763 67 uberdum05 13,924 14,102 178 krysteanuh 12,990 13,939 949 Dr. Pepper 13,007 13,384 377 nutsandbolts_64 13,093 13,281 188 zurichko 13,076 13,258 182 FrozenStar 11,778 11,888 110 beanieostrich 10,926 11,660 734 masterochicken 11,322 11,392 70 splazem 11,084 11,310 226 NachoMahma 11,187 11,225 38 acidbass 10,764 10,898 134 Sorunome 8,706 8,832 126 Kryptonite 7,367 7,433 66 cherishcherub 7,050 7,135 85 LoneWolf 6,407 6,540 133 moocowdog 6,148 6,254 106 zero.gx 5,451 5,489 38 slithien 4,484 4,540 56 jamesdude 4,419 4,456 37 RNB 4,329 4,423 94 patriots8888 3,986 4,185 199 MegaMetal8 3,871 3,933 62 tbcross 3,543 3,640 97 wareneutron 3,537 3,610 73 mg0930mg 3,023 3,050 27 solarblade90 2,845 2,897 52 cj81499 2,598 2,608 10 Jag56 2,404 2,440 36 lil larry 1,893 2,190 297 dombeef 1,735 1,930 195 shadon 1,580 1,597 17 Randomguy65 1,507 1,536 29 nfk11 1,267 1,323 56 AwesomeSwordGuy 1,154 1,196 42 LivStoleYourPie 689 713 24 cyanyears 648 670 22 Jeff Kallaus 458 538 80 FastLearner 315 344 29 Fr-Pa-Co 245 250 5 %28YOUR N 111 111 0 heratio 72 74 2

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Total Views Count - 16/09/2010

Here's this week's total views count as promised :D Congrats to bertus and brittliv who pushed 100k, MichelMoermans who reached 50k and knuckel who made it to 25k! Patches will be going out soon. Last week gmjhowe and killerjackalope decided to have a race to see who could gain 250k views first. killerjackalope's currently winning... keep up gmjhowe! Don't know what I'm yakking about? See here. Anyone want to do guest commentary for next week's? I'm running out of things to say :D Instructabler 09/09/2010 16/09/2010        Gain canida 3,558,620 3,595,747 37,127 scoochmaroo 2,628,800 2,658,157 29,357 Kiteman 1,613,772 1,623,313 9,541 Plasmana 1,473,656 1,482,089 8,433 Tool Using Animal 1,472,594 1,479,744 7,150 killerjackalope 876,292 881,825 5,533 gmjhowe 858,429 863,355 4,926 SaskView 747,956 753,836 5,880 lemonie 685,506 691,471 5,965 PKM 477,100 480,782 3,682 mikey77 451,700 455,115 3,415 ChrysN 446,219 452,654 6,435 laxap 389,533 392,449 2,916 jeff-o 353,446 379,991 26,545 depotdevoid 278,419 283,997 5,578 Spl1nt3rC3ll 264,120 265,365 1,245 Jayefuu 231,494 238,811 7,317 KentsOkay 226,698 228,029 1,331 ModMischief 211,418 216,271 4,853 reukpower 210,270 214,729 4,459 Doctor What 195,143 196,170 1,027 AngryRedhead 164,975 167,292 2,317 comodore 141,709 142,869 1,160 Lithium Rain 129,814 130,914 1,100 yokozuna 129,518 130,087 569 Kaelessin 120,707 122,588 1,881 Ninzerbean 120,238 122,248 2,010 Lynne Bruning 116,813 118,045 1,232 The Jamalam 113,062 113,465 403 Hiyadudez 103,258 105,236 1,978 BrittLiv 94,668 102,434 7,766 bertus52x11 99,006 100,693 1,687 thermoelectric 86,061 86,984 923 Goodhart 77,901 78,518 617 DJ Radio 76,849 77,474 625 janw 68,176 68,799 623 RavingMadStudios 55,984 58,212 2,228 MichelMoermans 48,784 50,235 1,451 Killer%7ESafeCracker 46,831 47,305 474 TNEN 41,839 42,242 403 kelseymh 40,702 40,920 218 Sunkicked 39,026 39,243 217 Berkin 36,619 32,682 -3,937 knuckel 24,668 25,242 574 Shadowman39 23,237 23,571 334 The Ideanator 22,868 23,349 481 m6233555m 22,319 22,405 86 peguiono 20,047 20,503 456 artificialintelligence 19,016 19,401 385 plane phanatic 17,854 18,033 179 Derin 17,512 17,691 179 Rsbarr96 17,378 17,524 146 MotaBoi 16,549 16,871 322 possum888 16,243 16,409 166 TSC 15,293 15,952 659 zascecs 15,393 15,533 140 nickodemus 12,495 15,416 2,921 steveastrouk 15,083 15,299 216 tombuckey 14,525 14,686 161 knexsuperbulderfreak 12,525 12,593 68 kcls 10,968 11,344 376 uberdum05 10,809 10,914 105 NachoMahma 9,975 9,996 21 Legofanatic 9,678 9,939 261 masterochicken 9,175 9,239 64 qazwsx755 7,267 7,414 147 acidbass 7,195 7,359 164 lizzyastro 5,269 5,438 169 Kryptonite 5,309 5,406 97 cherishcherub 4,220 4,312 92 zero.gx 4,179 4,221 42 jamesdude 3,461 3,494 33 moocowdog 3,050 3,178 128 megametal8 2,951 3,007 56 cj81499 2,311 2,317 6 slithien   1,971   Jimmy Proton 1,452 1,863 411 RNB 611 616 5 shadon 443 473 30 dombeef 414 425 11 randomguy65 202 280 78

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Total Views Count - 30/09/2010

Heya, here's this week's! Quite a lot of interesting stuff happened this week, and I added the percentage gain as a column. Want to summarise for me? Post in the comments and I'll add it here :) Don't know what the deuce I'm talking about? See here. Instructabler 24/09/2010 30/09/2010                              gain       % gain canida 3,627,875 3,658,688 30,813 0.842187145 scoochmaroo 2,702,208 2,743,528 41,320 1.506089969 Kiteman 1,633,436 1,640,632 7,196 0.438611462 Plasmana 1,492,928 1,500,418 7,490 0.499194225 Tool Using Animal 1,487,143 1,492,640 5,497 0.368273663 killerjackalope 888,631 895,559 6,928 0.77359504 gmjhowe 870,524 875,390 4,866 0.555866528 SaskView 759,324 763,716 4,392 0.575082884 lemonie 699,648 705,301 5,653 0.80150177 PKM 484,135 486,453 2,318 0.476510578 ChrysN 461,260 467,936 6,676 1.42669083 mikey77 458,072 461,238 3,166 0.686413522 laxap 395,597 398,350 2,753 0.691100791 jeff-o 386,836 393,752 6,916 1.756435523 depotdevoid 299,414 305,107 5,693 1.865902782 Jayefuu 250,194 278,139 27,945 10.04713471 Spl1nt3rC3ll 266,601 267,475 874 0.32675951 KentsOkay 229,513 230,666 1,153 0.499856936 ModMischief 221,543 225,973 4,430 1.9604112 reukpower 219,479 223,387 3,908 1.749430361 Doctor What 197,317 198,248 931 0.469613817 AngryRedhead 169,293 170,607 1,314 0.770191141 comodore 143,985 144,781 796 0.549795899 Lithium Rain 132,160 133,157 997 0.748740209 yokozuna 130,576 130,989 413 0.315293651 Ninzerbean 123,686 126,763 3,077 2.427364452 Kaelessin 124,357 125,729 1,372 1.091235912 Lynne Bruning 118,895 119,533 638 0.53374382 The Jamalam 114,258 114,665 407 0.35494702 BrittLiv 110,721 112,942 2,221 1.966496078 Hiyadudez 108,357 110,259 1,902 1.725029249 bertus52x11 102,117 104,099 1,982 1.90395681 thermoelectric 87,987 88,916 929 1.044806334 Goodhart 79,169 81,413 2,244 2.756316559 DJ Radio 78,308 78,886 578 0.732702888 janw 69,575 70,156 581 0.828154399 RavingMadStudios 61,712 65,922 4,210 6.386335366 MichelMoermans 51,440 52,214 774 1.482361053 Killer%7ESafeCracker 47,773 49,646 1,873 3.772710792 TNEN 42,571 42,863 292 0.681240231 kelseymh 41,178 41,403 225 0.543438881 Sunkicked 39,518 40,495 977 2.412643536 Berkin 33,014 33,354 340 1.019367992 Shadowman39 26,817 27,963 1,146 4.098272718 knuckel 25,767 26,206 439 1.675188888 The Ideanator 23,861 24,618 757 3.074985783 nickodemus 22,991 23,646 655 2.770024528 m6233555m 22,478 22,524 46 0.204226603 peguiono 20,889 21,099 210 0.995307834 artificialintelligence 19,854 20,177 323 1.600832631 MotaBoi 17,361 18,509 1,148 6.202388027 plane phanatic 18,222 18,381 159 0.865023666 Derin 17,884 18,037 153 0.848256362 Rsbarr96 17,730 17,895 165 0.922045264 TSC 16,655 17,094 439 2.568152568 possum888 16,648 16,809 161 0.957820215 zascecs 15,632 15,708 76 0.483829896 steveastrouk 15,493 15,669 176 1.123236965 tombuckey 14,859 14,976 117 0.78125 jwystup 12,817 14,324 1,507 10.52080424 knexsuperbulderfreak 12,681 12,747 66 0.517768887 kcls 11,695 12,069 374 3.098848289 uberdum05 11,052 11,145 93 0.834454913 floris2burn 10,605 10,820 215 1.987060998 jen7714   10,588   0 Legofanatic 10,259 10,501 242 2.304542425 NachoMahma 10,044 10,086 42 0.416418798 masterochicken 9,307 9,363 56 0.5980989 qazwsx755 8,041 8,231 190 2.308346495 acidbass 7,512 7,636 124 1.623886852 lizzyastro 5,634 5,789 155 2.677491795 Kryptonite 5,590 5,644 54 0.956768249 cherishcherub 4,437 4,544 107 2.354753521 zero.gx 4,264 4,303 39 0.906344411 jamesdude 3,531 3,565 34 0.95371669 moocowdog 3,287 3,419 132 3.860778005 Jimmy Proton 2,146 2,605 459 17.61996161 megametal8 2,422 2,482 60 2.417405318 cj81499 2,325 2,333 8 0.342906129 slithien 2,050 2,192 142 6.47810219 sorunome 1,307 1,478 171 11.56968877 solarblade90   1,270   0 RNB 625 634 9 1.41955836 shadon 497 534 37 6.928838951 dombeef 438 453 15 3.311258278 randomguy65 343 365 22 6.02739726 knexman1999 135 150 15 10

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Monster hunter

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Full combination list : +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 1.Potion = Blue Mushroom + Herb 2.Mega Potion = Potion(1)+ Honey 3.Nutrients = Blue Mushroom + Godbug 4.Mega Nutrients = Nutrients(3)+ Honey 5.Antidote = Antidote Herb + Blue Mushroom 6.Herbal Medicine = Cactus Flower + Bitterbug 7.Max Potion = Mega Nutrients(4)+ Dragon Toadstool 8.Ancient Potion = Imunizer(10)+ Kelbi Horn 9.Catalyst=Bitterbug+Honey 10.Imunizer=Catalyst(9)+Dragon Toadstool 11.Power Juice=Catalyst(9)+Rare Steak 12.Mega Juice = Power Extract + Well Done Steak 13.Demondrug = Catalyst(9)+ Power Seed 14.Mega Demondrug = Pale Extract + Demondrug(13) 15.Armourskin = Catalyst(9)+ Armour Seed 16.Mega Armourskin = Pale Extract + Armourskin(15) 17.Poisoned Meat = Raw Meat + Toadstool 18.Tainted Meat = Raw Meat + Stunshroom 19.Drugged Meat = Raw Meat + Sleep Herb 20.Bomb Material = Stone + Sap Plant 21.Smoke Bomb = Bomb Material(20)+ Ivy 22.Flash Bomb = Bomb Material(20)+ Flashbug 23.Dung Bomg = Bomb Material(20)+ Dung 24.Paintball = Paintberry + Sap Plant 25.Gunpowder = Nitroshroom + Fire Herb 26.Small Barrel Bomb = Small Barrel + Fire Herb 27.Large Barrel Bomb = Large Barrel + Gunpowder(25) 28.Sonic Bomb = Gunpowder(25)+ Screamer 29.Net = Spiderweb + Ivy 30.Pitfall Trap = Net(29)+ Trap Tool 31.Tuna Bait = Worm + Yambug 32.Arrowana Bait = Cricket + Bughopper 33.Goldenfish Bait = Firefly + Snakebee Larva 34.Antiseptic Stone = Bitterbug + Earth Crystal 35.Lifecrystals = Godbug + Wyvern Fang 36.Lifepowder = Lifecrystals(35)+ Wyvern Claw 37.Health Flute = Lifepowder(36)+ Flute 38.Antidote flute = Antiseptic stone(34)+ Flute 39.Demon Flute = Mega Demondrug(13)+ Med Monster Bone 40.Armour Flute = Mega Armourskin(15) + Med Monster Bone 41.Normal S Lv2 = Huskberry + Needleberry 42.Normal S Lv3 = Huskberry + Rumblefish 43.Pierce S Lv1 = Huskberry + Velociprey Fang 44.Pierce S Lv2 = Huskberry + Pin Tuna 45.Pierce S Lv3 = Sm Bone Husk + Pin Tuna 46.Pellet S Lv1 = Huskberry + Scatternut 47.Pellet S Lv2 = Huskberry + Wyvern Fang 48.Pellet S Lv3 = Sm Bone Husk + Wyvern Fang 49.Crag S Lv1 = Huskberry + Burst Arrowana 50.Crag S Lv2 = Sm Bone Husk + Burst Arrowana 51.Crag S Lv3 = Lg Bone Husk + Bomb Arrowana 52.Clust S Lv1 = Huskberry + Bomberry 53.Clust S Lv2 = Sm Bone Husk + Wyvern Claw 54.Clust S Lv3 = Lg Bone Husk + Scatterfish 55.Disk S = Huskberry + Disk Stone 56.Recover S Lv1 = Huskberry + Herb 57.Recover S Lv2 = Huskberry + Potion(1) 58.Poison S Lv1 = Huskberry + Toadstool 59.Poison S Lv2 = Sm Bone Husk + Ioprey Fang 60.Stun S Lv1 = Huskberry + Stunshroom 61.Stun S Lv2 = Sm Bone Husk + Genprey Fang 62.Sleep S Lv1 = Huskberry + Sleep Herb 63.Sleep S Lv2 = Sm Bone Husk + Sleepyfish 64.Paint S = Huskberry + Paintberry 65.Antidote S = Huskberry + Antidote Herb 66.Demon S= Huskberry + Power Seed 67.Armour S = Huskberry + Armour Seed 68.Dragon S = Lg Bone Husk + Dragon Seed 69.Dung S = Huskberry + Dung Now dont ask for Items combinations anymore they all are here... once i get MHF I'll add the new ones if theres some

Posted by jellybean10122 9 years ago


Total Views Count - 06/07/2012

Hi everyone. Here's this week's total views. Some members are working on new patch designs for the new patches I'll be handing out for comments, subscribers, number of instructables, forum topics, answers and subscriptions soon. I just moved house and I've not got a desk yet so I've not had anywhere to sit and code nor time to hand out patches manually yet. If someone wants to go through the list below and send me a list of who's owed what patch, I'll make the time to go through and send them manually before next week. Interestingly, most of the top members all have slightly less views this week compared to last week. Perhaps everyone was too busy partying on the 4th to visit Instructables? James User 29/06/2012 06/07/2012 Gain scoochmaroo 9567558 9670028 102470 canida 6621699 6657519 35820 fungus+amungus 5685979 5711630 25651 randofo 5143862 5212765 68903 jessyratfink 3620957 3657557 36600 Honus 3458226 3467797 9571 Kiteman 2581067 2588854 7787 Plasmana 2514783 2523009 8226 ChrysN 2136749 2158326 21577 Tool+Using+Animal 2091376 2099302 7926 Creativeman 1692508 1703660 11152 chr 1596307 1604709 8402 drinkmorecoffee 1593703 1600881 7178 mikeasaurus 1575847 1595317 19470 killerjackalope 1472077 1476643 4566 T3h_Muffinator 1413828 1416754 2926 zieak 1398999 1402150 3151 frenzy 1337871 1345887 8016 Weissensteinburg 1294102 1299736 5634 gmjhowe 1284167 1286808 2641 lemonie 1279085 1284224 5139 Frivolous+Engineering 1114063 1116051 1988 mikey77 972831 977033 4202 shesparticular 956215 960542 4327 Brennn10 927382 930316 2934 jeff-o 878857 882726 3869 scraptopower 858851 863400 4549 aeray 827428 832771 5343 CameronSS 814041 819310 5269 ModMischief 812563 816737 4174 Mrballeng 795980 802042 6062 laxap 770365 772728 2363 PKM 767407 769876 2469 depotdevoid 728446 730992 2546 starshipminivan 712786 719764 6978 belsey 704966 708406 3440 Jayefuu 673240 675497 2257 Gadget+Gangster 572045 578108 6063 BrittLiv 513120 519667 6547 AngryRedhead 507339 510068 2729 rimar2000 464651 467598 2947 vishalapr 377804 379242 1438 mary+candy 374995 376987 1992 Spl1nt3rC3ll 370582 371993 1411 Vyger 337019 338451 1432 KentsOkay 336442 337402 960 rickharris 334730 336311 1581 Greasetattoo 328371 332179 3808 Ninzerbean 319005 320479 1474 scooter76 319026 319445 419 Lithium+Rain 303928 306884 2956 sunshiine 291077 295675 4598 Xellers 288559 289671 1112 Computothought 283145 287153 4008 Technochicken 278577 280037 1460 AndyGadget 272312 273556 1244 knife141 270139 271969 1830 bajablue 258017 261325 3308 justjonty 251153 252368 1215 Hiyadudez 238477 239600 1123 iminthebathroom 237193 238070 877 bertus52x11 234463 235409 946 annahowardshaw 232643 234606 1963 dark+sponge 232768 233209 441 bongodrummer 231208 231917 709 janw 228242 229114 872 JamesRPatrick 223846 224908 1062 comodore 214394 215037 643 craftknowitall 205863 213154 7291 jen7714 208729 210778 2049 thermoelectric 208630 210304 1674 Nelson_Yepez 208884 210075 1191 Lynne+Bruning 208630 209488 858 Kaelessin 207054 207796 742 yokozuna 202540 203165 625 coolbeansbaby68 200495 201631 1136 Dr.Paj 194094 194730 636 RavingMadStudios 193219 194074 855 Jimmy+Proton 164480 166863 2383 ynze 165097 165813 716 WYE_Lance 150909 155400 4491 lw119 148871 151325 2454 I_am_Canadian 150398 150869 471 The+Jamalam 150349 150696 347 DJ+Radio 145970 146834 864 HHarry 142220 144129 1909 marc.cryan 142650 143403 753 wizgirl 139776 140744 968 Goodhart 137068 137479 411 susanrm 131415 133342 1927 Mr.Sanchez 128623 129250 627 The+Papier+Boy 128106 128630 524 Killer%7ESafeCracker 121084 123033 1949 MichelMoermans 113418 114003 585 Biggsy 109910 110807 897 dombeef 103515 103982 467 cammers 100327 101116 789 blinkyblinky 97936 99019 1083 mman1506 98410 98914 504 fjordcarver 97479 98243 764 KoffeeKommando 90204 90748 544 Shadowman39 85852 86281 429 beanieostrich 82496 83242 746 Re-design 82271 82631 360 LargeMouthBass 81544 82285 741 agis68 81661 81963 302 monsterlego 76941 78870 1929 The+Ideanator 75713 76100 387 ajleece 73052 73266 214 kelseymh 70359 70703 344 diyoutdoorsman 69591 70243 652 cdawisconsin 68960 69574 614 TabbyDeAnne 68104 68745 641 TitanTechRobotics 67631 68166 535 Winged+Fist 66989 68032 1043 arthurb 67655 67816 161 Sunkicked 64905 65232 327 coolpizzadude 64463 64900 437 EmmettO 64521 64758 237 Win+Guy 62472 62930 458 mkanoap 61649 61890 241 jwystup 60044 60273 229 Berkin 58258 58717 459 lizzyastro 56617 57181 564 nickodemus 54764 55093 329 knuckel 54547 54746 199 iceng 53457 53979 522 TSC 51083 51359 276 kcls 50132 50432 300 cbm104 49827 50199 372 ahrshin 49392 49588 196 Z.Backas 49322 49556 234 Mimikry 49121 49553 432 ilpug 47601 48274 673 krysteanuh 47917 48255 338 lilyfrancis 47834 47933 99 MotaBoi 44660 44822 162 patriots8888 44425 44628 203 tqwerty 44185 44565 380 steveastrouk 43915 44212 297 Rob+O 43577 43870 293 possum888 42820 43071 251 Bot1398 41279 42176 897 razvan_iycdi 40767 41177 410 zack247 40589 40998 409 drknotter 40666 40991 325 Tornado96 40016 40385 369 splazem 39854 40216 362 Data643 39509 39653 144 qazwsx755 38801 39263 462 shadowninja31 36365 36487 122 lil+larry 35373 35757 384 Derin 35260 35453 193 peguiono 34900 35004 104 Sorunome 33889 34825 936 canucksgirl 33855 34670 815 plane+phanatic 33230 33380 150 CrayfishYAY 30825 30893 68 zurichko 30614 30826 212 Dr.+Pepper 29439 29598 159 m6233555m 28900 28963 63 Knex_Gun_Builder 28760 28813 53 Twinmum 28265 28514 249 fdmjh 27917 28052 135 Legofanatic 27225 27398 173 nutsandbolts_64 27092 27358 266 aeronut01 27079 27198 119 poofrabbit 26419 27190 771 colorex 25459 25696 237 floris2burn 25186 25290 104 mJusticz 24752 25146 394 Tom+Buckey 24768 24905 137 Nostalgic+Guy 23344 23489 145 mistyp 22931 23289 358 RollerScrapper 22220 22499 279 zascecs 22268 22327 59 robot1398 21870 22142 272 knexinventer 21895 22071 176 acidbass 21648 21869 221 username252 20458 20642 184 A-Nony-Mus 20254 20441 187 knexsuperbuilderfreak 19012 19048 36 bricabracwizard 18131 18315 184 Zaphod+Beetlebrox 15411 17969 2558 Football+viking+boy 16244 16432 188 LoneWolf 15541 15664 123 masterochicken 15543 15613 70 iproberry1 14393 15501 1108 Kryptonite 15035 15199 164 Super_Nerd 14711 14999 288 RNB 14076 14214 138 NatNoBrains 13981 14104 123 Mahmoud+Alaa 13067 13740 673 FrozenStar 13588 13654 66 NachoMahma 12887 12901 14 king1000 12811 12873 62 moocowdog 12181 12254 73 cherishcherub 12036 12074 38 furrysalamander 11404 11673 269 slithien 11239 11326 87 TheMacyC 10875 11095 220 Kaptain+Kool 10642 10761 119 35Timmy 9326 9487 161 wareneutron 8860 8966 106 tech+dawg 8360 8677 317 tbcross 7756 7807 51 thegeeke 7463 7638 175 Randomguy65 7371 7447 76 ElvenChild 7077 7121 44 happyjo 6838 6878 40 MegaMetal8 6578 6615 37 emilyvanleemput 5385 6334 949 jamesdude 6144 6156 12 solarblade90 6083 6119 36 BladeFyre+Studios 5857 5882 25 Jag56 5716 5783 67 nfk11 5585 5608 23 TheAwesomestDude 5078 5134 56 9400dk 4990 5009 19 White+Shadow 4726 4852 126 mg0930mg 4713 4724 11 rockhardmj 4098 4665 567 neuropol 4488 4543 55 iApple+guy 4211 4306 95 AwesomeSwordGuy 4128 4166 38 shadon 3674 3701 27 LivStoleYourPie 3377 3418 41 cj81499 3062 3068 6 gmxx 3043 3055 12 BLUEBLOBS2 2845 2986 141 cyanyears 2905 2927 22 PotatoCoffee 2613 2708 95 Black+Panther+Knex 2203 2259 56 vicvelcro 2131 2173 42 Mutantflame 2119 2121 2 j.g.kuster 1980 2057 77 The+Chunky+Sniper%21 1677 1716 39 FastLearner 1566 1575 9 daredevil499 1434 1470 36 kyleslab 1027 1040 13 Jeff+Kallaus 1023 1031 8 protolabs 956 1010 54 CeruleanPhoenix 763 783 20 Alexvolos1 594 600 6 Fr-Pa-Co 475 479 4 %28YOUR+N 263 263 0 heratio 246 247 1 schumi23 95 111 16 lightingever 13 13 0

Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago


Total Views Tracker - 06/01/2011

Here's this week's run of total views. Sorry I missed the last two runs over Christmas, was too busy having fun and didn't have the script with me where I was. We have LOTS of new members since the last time I ran it, about 40 more I think! And lots more in the high totals, Fungus Amungus  and Randofo have joined the group so next week we'll be able to see if they're gaining on Canida and whether Fungus is getting enough weekly views to stay ahead of Scoochmaroo. Instructabler 09/12/2010 06/01/2011              Gain canida 4,016,751 4,133,770 117,019 fungus amungus   3,810,955   scoochmaroo 3,396,097 3,566,430 170,333 randofo   2,737,169   Honus 2,472,615 2,503,181 30,566 Kiteman 1,733,654 1,760,269 26,615 Plasmana 1,603,873 1,631,315 27,442 Tool Using Animal 1,565,973 1,586,400 20,427 T3h_Muffinator   1,080,291   zieak 1,006,130 1,036,709 30,579 killerjackalope 956,702 989,201 32,499 gmjhowe 952,161 975,903 23,742 drinkmorecoffee   909,894   Weissensteinburg   851,790   SaskView 827,172 840,127 12,955 lemonie 777,977 793,879 15,902 Brennn10   679,755   ChrysN 575,263 593,019 17,756 mikey77 567,052 582,631 15,579 jeff-o 525,555 540,726 15,171 PKM 519,124 527,697 8,573 laxap 458,068 478,370 20,302 mikeasaurus   440,136   aeray   402,540   belsey 386,587 400,703 14,116 depotdevoid 368,485 377,391 8,906 Jayefuu 344,693 351,698 7,005 ModMischief 325,951 330,818 4,867 scraptopower 290,296 317,326 27,030 Spl1nt3rC3ll 277,916 280,333 2,417 KentsOkay 243,351 245,855 2,504 nmcclana   236,457   AngryRedhead 206,707 219,817 13,110 Doctor What 215,596 219,715 4,119 rimar2000 170,374 182,030 11,656 BrittLiv 151,895 170,049 18,154 Ninzerbean 163,897 168,016 4,119 comodore 154,701 156,851 2,150 Lithium Rain 148,100 151,967 3,867 yokozuna 136,331 145,008 8,677 Kaelessin 140,385 144,778 4,393 Hiyadudez 130,115 134,884 4,769 Lynne Bruning 131,330 133,761 2,431 bertus52x11 123,686 127,354 3,668 The Jamalam 120,388 121,719 1,331 RavingMadStudios 100,547 105,709 5,162 thermoelectric 101,427 104,441 3,014 uniqueutopia 97,394 100,581 3,187 JamesRPatrick   94,541   Goodhart 89,846 92,295 2,449 DJ Radio 88,004 90,497 2,493 janw 79,364 87,283 7,919 jen7714 57,733 64,459 6,726 jen7714 57,733 64,459 6,726 MichelMoermans 61,419 63,651 2,232 Killer%7ESafeCracker 58,893 61,050 2,157 nelson8815   55,564   Re-design   54,114   Shadowman39 45,771 48,570 2,799 TNEN 46,104 46,832 728 kelseymh 45,354 46,203 849 Sunkicked 43,805 44,695 890 beckervdejazz.com 40,844 42,220 1,376 ynze 15,664 41,336 25,672 The Ideanator 36,036 39,299 3,263 Berkin 37,659 38,822 1,163 wizgirl   38,030   mman1506   37,123   EmmettO   35,441   Biggsy   34,344   knuckel 32,043 33,935 1,892 artificialintelligence 26,396 30,363 3,967 nickodemus 27,906 28,827 921 TSC 24,535 26,906 2,371 MotaBoi 24,657 25,633 976 jwystup 21,387 25,524 4,137 KoffeeKommando   25,191   cbm104   24,882   peguiono 23,772 24,316 544 m6233555m 23,626 23,965 339 Jimmy Proton 12,837 23,398 10,561 kcls 20,841 22,929 2,088 lilyfrancis 20,950 22,689 1,739 Knex_Gun_Builder 21,624 22,063 439 WARLOCK76 19,349 21,330 1,981 plane phanatic 20,283 20,945 662 CrayfishYAY 20,126 20,756 630 Derin 20,190 20,698 508 steveastrouk 19,237 19,998 761 possum888 18,499 19,233 734 tombuckey 17,016 17,723 707 zascecs 16,698 16,888 190 Tornado96 15,654 16,755 1,101 knexsuperbulderfreak 13,562 14,010 448 floris2burn 13,243 13,799 556 Legofanatic 12,363 13,127 764 uberdum05 12,300 12,626 326 qazwsx755 11,244 11,926 682 wtmi.podbean.com   10,949   NachoMahma 10,655 10,771 116 masterochicken 10,540 10,758 218 FrozenStar 10,242 10,474 232 acidbass 9,115 9,478 363 cdawisconsin   9,295   zurichko   8,744   lizzyastro 7,738 8,309 571 Kryptonite 6,568 6,769 201 Sorunome 5,690 6,596 906 cherishcherub 5,701 5,942 241 moocowdog 4,773 5,115 342 zero.gx 4,847 4,991 144 drpepper1234   4,595   jamesdude 3,983 4,070 87 slithien 3,535 3,789 254 RNB 2,858 3,369 511 MegaMetal8   3,319   wareneutron 2,513 2,802 289 tbcross 2,513 2,748 235 cj81499 2,464 2,508 44 solarblade90 2,109 2,310 201 Jag56 1,871 1,988 117 Flannel UK 413 1,311 898 shadon 1,100 1,210 110 Randomguy65 941 1,099 158 dombeef 739 788 49 AwesomeSwordGuy 532 727 195 Fr-Pa-Co   191   i like cheese 50 66 16 LivStoleYourPie   56   megametal8 3,150   -3,150 This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views.

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


My Current 100 Favourite Songs

Inspired by Viccie's topic, I made my own. It took about an hour. 1. Riff Raff - AC/DC 2. Paradise City - Guns 'n' Roses 3. It's A Long Way To The Top (If You Wanna Rock 'n' Roll) - AC/DC 4. November Rain - Guns 'n' Roses 5. Sweet Child 'o' Mine - Guns 'n' Roses 5.5. American Idiot - Green Day 6. Let's Get Rocked - Def Leppard 7. Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC 8. You Shook Me All Night Long - AC/DC 9. Dream On - Aerosmith 10. T.N.T - AC/DC 11. ELMO'S SONG! 12. Back In Black - AC/DC 13. Rocker - AC/DC 14. Thunderstruck - AC/DC 15. Shot Down In Flames - AC/DC 15.5 The Wall (Pt II) - Pink Floyd 16. Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin 17. Fallen Leaves - Billy Tlent 18. Red Flag - Billy Talent 19. Surfing With The Alien - Joe Satriani 20. Devil Gate Drive - Suzi Quattro 20.5 My Apocolypse - Metallica 21. Beatin' Around The Bush - AC/DC 22. Welcome To The Jungle - Guns 'n' Roses 23. Moonshine - Savage ft Akon 24. I Believe In A Thing Called Love - The Darkness 24.5. One - Metallica 25. The Furor - AC/DC 26. Love At First Feel - AC/DC 27. Let There Be Rock - AC/DC 27.5. Whole Lotta Rosie - AC/DC 28. Layla - Eric Clapton 29. Heartbreaker - Led Zeppelin 30. Hard As A Rock - AC/DC 31. Sunshine Of Your Love - Eric Clapton 32. Always With Me, Always With You - Joe Satriani' 32.5 Nothing Else Matters - Metallic 33. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen 34. When I'm Gone - Eminem 35. Chinese Democracy - Guns 'n' Roses 36. Verona - Elemeno P 37. Black Night - Deep Purple 38. Fat Bottomed Girls - Queen 39. Paranoid - Black Sabbath 40. Livin' On A Prayer - Bon Jovi 40.5. Battery - Metallica 41. Who Made Who - AC/DC 42. Hot For Teacher - Van Halen 43. Voodoo Child - Jimi Hendrix 44. Stairway To Heaven - Led Zeppelin 45. (Moved Up To Number 5.5) 46. Lonely - Akon 46.5. Pour Some Sugar On Me - Def Leppard 47. Sweet Home Alabama - Lynyrd Skynyrd 48. Sink The Pink - AC/DC 48.5. Photograph - Def Leppard 49. Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Jet 50. Make Love Like A Man - Def Leppard 51. For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) - AC/DC 52. Shake Your Foundations - AC/DC 53. Devil On My Shoulder - Billy Talent 54. Worker Bees - Billy Talent 55. Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple 56. Under The Bridge - Red Hot Chilli Peppers 57. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana 58. Walkie Talkie Man - Stereogram 59. Don't Cry - Guns 'n' Roses 60. High Voltage - AC/DC 61. Khe Sahn - Cold Chisel 62. Highway To Hell - AC/DC 63. Kashmir - Led Zeppelin 64. In and Out Of Love - Bon Jovi 65. Ramble On - Led Zeppelin 66. Purple Haze - Jimi Hendrix 67. Teenagers - My Chemical Romance 68. Give It Away - Red Hot Chilli Peppers 69. Stop Drop And Roll - Mareko 70. One Eyed One Horned Flying Purple People Eater 71. Walk All Over You - AC/DC 72. Cut The Curtains - Billy Talent 73. Live And Let Die - Guns 'n' Roses 74. I Wanna Rock 'n' Roll All Nite - Kiss 75. Message In A Bottle - The Police 76. Iron Man - Black Sabbath 77. There's Gonna Be Some Rocking - AC/DC 78. Ride On - AC/DC 79. Lights and Sounds - Yellow Card 80. Holidae Inn - Chingy 81. Rock 'n' Roll Ain't Noise Pollution - AC/DC 82. Have You Ever Needed Someone - Def Leppard 83. Not Many - Scribe 84. Holiday - Greenday 85. Hotel California - Eagles 86. Heart Shaped Box - Nirvana 87. Heaven Is - Def Leppard 88. Over The Hills And Far Away - Led Zeppelin 89. Hells Bells - AC/DC 90. Tears In Heaven - Eric Clapton 91. DT - AC/DC 92. Moneytalks - AC/DC 93. Alberta - Eric Clapton 94. Killer Queen - Queen 95. Rock This Town - Stray Cats 96. Stiff Upper Lip - AC/DC 96.5. I Love Rock 'n' Roll - Joan Jett 97. The Jack - AC/DC 98. Angie - Rolling Stones 99. Black Ice - AC/DC 100. Invisible Man - Queen I'll be always updating this list with song that i've forgotten to put in!

Posted by ajleece 8 years ago


Building: wireless monitor/tablet recycling old laptop parts

Please be positive and constructive with your questions and comments.Building wireless touchscreen ar1100 to bluetooth transmitte by Fearlessleader on Tue Mar 20, 2018 5:04 am Hi I have 15.4 samsung laptop screen I am converting to 4 wire touch overlay and want to us the ar1100 but need to go from the usb out bluetooth wireless mouse transmitter. I would need the same type of transmitter like any bluetooth mouse would have inside. The mini pc I am building has both bluetooth and wireless display.Parts list so far15.4 samsung screen pulled from a Dell laptop modle LTN154W1-L01Control board for the screen with hdmi ebay 30$ link https://www.ebay.com/itm/HDMI-DVI-VGA-LCD-Lvds-Con.. 12v 3 amp power supply for the screen controler I already have but later I would build voltage control unit that would charge or power the whole unit. Again YouTube has videos and links for the part for this. And I really don't want to have a bunch a supplies to run it. While prototype it I will the final will run from the laptop I got the screen from. It should plenty of power for a single board computer like the new pi 3 to be added and the audio amp15.4 4 wire overlay conversion many sorce's about 50$ link https://www.ebay.com/itm/15-4inch-4-Wire-Film-to-F... $Ar1100 touch to usb mouse adafuit 10$ link https://www.adafruit.com/product/1580Hdmi wireless receiver. 20 to 40$ depending on features like if it has chromecasting and such I just need video so I think the 20$ unit will do nice. These can be found in many places, so I would think this to be open end item depending on features the builder wants. I would buy the best you can afford to leave it fexible .The last thing I need to make work would be usb transmitter to make the ar1100 bluetooth or matched pair of 2.4 dongles usb this is the only item missing. I could test the whole set up but would have run 1 usb cable, but that's a deal breaker for full wireless... If I had a old bluetooth mouse and knew how take its transmitter out, that work but a bluetooth usb adapter the would plug in the ar1100 board would be the thing I need.If someone would know how to remove the mouse transmitter and wire it to male usb plug I would be happy to buy it. I real want this to made from as much recycled parts as possible.I just don't want to have run a usb cable from ar1100 to the pc.I don't think the same usb dongle that's used to the pc is the same as the one used in every bluetooth mouse or keyboard. That's my idea for a wireless touchscreen handheld All the parts are easy to get I just need make the ar1100 usb board and wireless usb transmitter. The pc would use GA-h77n-wifi mini itx as it has both bluetooth & wireless display and wifi.Part 2The idea sound lol! I want to build a frame for the screen with speakers and laptop battery and used the power supply from the Dell laptop I got the screen from, that would need a small amp. Since the receiver is hdmi, I would think the audio would be there if not that would be simple to just use a bluetooth stereo headphones and run the earphone wires to the small audio amp.I would like any comments on this idea and a sorce the one part that missing the usb mouse transmitter for the ar1100 and this could be built.So What do you folks think? A portable monitor 100% wireless that could even double as touchscreen remote! I even thought down the road to add the new pi 3 to it as that would completely independent as low power tablet or connect to the pc that nvidia gpu and could stream pc games to My Nvidia shield too. With all the power of I7 2700k oc to 4.2ghz.The possibilities here are endless you and all kinds a features adding a mic and Webcam for video calls with sckype or google voice and messenger and bingo u have a voice and video over IPThis do able you think?All comments good or bad give to me straight.Oh but go easy on the grammar thing. I technology geek but a 56 year old high school drop out. But hay at 37 I was disabled with fractured spine by time I was 40 I did all computers repairs for my local high school and was building white box computers out of my home office. If there is 1 thing I have learned in this life anything is possible but you have to try!Please be positive and constructive with your questions and comments.

Posted by Fearlessleader62 4 months ago


Walking with Dinosaurs

WALKING WITH DINOSAURS the Live Experience is no longer produced or presented by Immersion Edutainment -- please revise your copy appropriately. For 200 million years the Dinosaurs ruled the earth Now, they’re back roaming the arenas of America in an extraordinary new theatrical production WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience Based on the award-winning BBC Television Series Now on a two-year North American tour June 10, 2008--- Dinosaurs once again roam the earth in a spectacular theatrical arena show, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience, based on the award-winning BBC Television Series. WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience is now on tour in North America. Over one and a half million Americans have already seen the production since it opened in July 2007. The show originated in Australia, where after years of planning, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS came to life at Sydney’s Acer Arena in January 2007. The show proved itself such a sensation, that this North American tour was fast-tracked. It began a short three months after completing its sold out engagements in Australia. WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience is brought to North America by The Creature Production Company, headed by CEO Carmen Pavlovic. Pavlovic said, “The BBC Series was a brilliant blend of special effects, escapism, excitement and information. Our show brings together all of that, plus something extra - it’s live! In this production, fifteen roaring, snarling “live” dinosaurs mesmerize the audience – and are as awe-inspiring as when they first walked on earth.” Pavlovic continued, “The dinosaurs are life-size, making the show so immense, it could only fit in arenas. It’s a $20 million arena spectacle of unprecedented size and quality, which captivates young and old alike. With Walking with Dinosaurs, we really believe we have created a new genre in entertainment and we hope to continue to bring new product to arenas for years to come ” WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience has sold out performances and broken records in arenas all over the America – generating more than $50 million in ticket sales to date. It has been seen on "The Today Show," Good Morning America," "Live with Regis and Kelly," and has been written about in Newsweek, The New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor and the Wall Street Journal. It was the subject of a Discovery Channel Really Big Things episode and a video clue category on Jeopardy. more WALKING WITH DINOSAURS - Page 2 The production has won the 2007 THEA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Touring Event. The THEAs recognize excellence in the creation of compelling educational, historical, and entertainment projects. Artistic Director William May developed the creative vision of the show based on an original idea by entrepreneur Bruce Mactaggart to create an arena version of the Walking with Dinosaurs television series. A talented and experienced team of creative artists came together to produce WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience. The show is directed by Scott Faris, a Broadway veteran who has worked side by side with Harold Prince, Trevor Nunn, Michael Blakemore, Gene Saks, John Caird, Tommy Tune and Jerry Zaks. The creatures are designed and built by Sonny Tilders; the set and projected image design are by Peter England; the show’s lighting is by John Rayment, our score was composed by James Brett; and Warner Brown wrote the script. Tim Haines, creator and producer of the original BBC series, which was seen by a worldwide audience of 700 million, serves as Project Consultant to WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience. The series won six Emmy and three BAFTA Awards. Ten species are represented from the entire 200 million year reign of the dinosaurs. The show includes the Tyrannosaurus Rex, the terror of the ancient terrain, as well as the Plateosaurus and Liliensternus from the Triassic period, the Stegosaurus and Allosaurus from the Jurassic period and Torosaurus and Utahraptor from the awesome Cretaceous. The largest of them, the Brachiosaurus is 36 feet tall, and 56 feet from nose to tail. It took a team of 50 – including engineers, fabricators, skin makers, artists and painters, and animatronic experts – a year to build the original production. The show depicts the dinosaurs’ evolution, complete with the climatic and tectonic changes that took place, which led to the demise of many species. With almost cinematic realism, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS has scenes of the interactions between dinosaurs, and the audience sees how carnivorous dinosaurs evolved to walk on two legs, and how the herbivores fended off their more agile predators. The history of the world is played out with the splitting of the earth’s continents, and the transition from the arid desert of the Triassic period is given over to the lush green prairies and forces of the later Jurassic. Oceans form, volcanoes erupt, a forest catches fire -- all leading to the impact of the massive comet, which struck the earth, and forced the extinction of the dinosaurs. Variety said, “The dinosaurs are stunning, life-size and faultlessly nimble. In act one, the beasts parade into the arena gnashing and cavorting as a safari-suited paleontologist describes their attributes … in the second half, the action cranks up, culminating in a spectacular clash as a T-Rex mom defends her baby from predators. Sonny Tilders' triumphant creature design ensures ‘Walking With Dinosaurs’ is a truly spectacular spectacular. It is everything a dino-phile could want.” The New York Times said that in this show dinosaurs make "a thundering comeback after 65 million years." Gloria Goodale of the Christian Science Monitor said, “When the dinosaurs start pouring out onto the stage, if you don’t have to stifle the natural flight response of any living breathing being, then it’s your pulse that needs checking.” Newsweek called the show, "that rare entertainment beast that parents and kids can enjoy together." More WALKING WITH DINOSAURS - Page 3 It took artists and technicians one year to build the show. The 15 dinosaurs were originally “hatched” by Tilders, the head of creature design, in a Melbourne Docklands workshop big enough to park a 747. For the North American tour, the only building large enough to house rehearsals for the dinosaurs – some as large as 36 ft tall by 56 ft long, was the Greater Tacoma Convention and Trade Center! Artistic Director William May is known around the globe for co-producing shows with Malcolm Cooke for the past 30 years, including The Hobbit and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. He produced Marilyn An American Fable on Broadway and co-composed and wrote the musical Always for the West End. Director Scott Faris directed Michael Crawford in EFX at MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, which at the time was the biggest stage production ever conceived, and was on the production team that created Siegfried & Roy at the Mirage Hotel. Faris has directed Chicago the Musical in 16 countries around the world in over a dozen languages. Most recently he directed Bette Midler in her new Las Vegas show, The Showgirl Must Go On at Caesars Palace. Faris said, "We take the audience on a journey back in time and show them how the dinosaurs might have actually looked in their prime - huge, sometimes frightening, sometimes comical monsters - that fought for survival every day of their lives. Our dinosaurs move exactly like they are real -- with all the roars, snorts and excitement that go with it. The realism is mind-blowing!" Sonny Tilders, who designed and built the creatures has been, for the past decade, one of the major creative forces of the high-tech world of animatronic puppetry for film and television. He was one of the lead animatronic engineers for Jim Henson’s Creature workshop on the Farscape series, followed by work on Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Peter Pan, Ghost Rider and The Chronicles of Narnia. Tilders said, “Many of the technologies we are using on WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience are borrowed from film. The computer software and hardware we have developed is based on the systems used to control animatronic creatures in feature films.” “To make it appear that these creatures are flesh and blood weighing six, eight or even 20 tons, we use a system called ‘muscle bags,’ made from stretch mesh fabric and filled with polystyrene balls, stretched across moving points on the body. These contract and stretch in the same manner that muscle, fat, and skin does on real creatures.” “The puppeteers use ‘voodoo rigs’ to make many of the dinosaurs move. They are miniature versions of the dinosaurs with the same joints and range of movement as their life-sized counterparts. The puppeteer manipulates the voodoo rig and these actions are interpreted by computer and transmitted by radio waves to make the hydraulic cylinders in the actual dinosaur replicate the action, with a driver hidden below the animal, helping to maneuver it around the arena.” Suited puppeteer specialists, who are inside the creatures, operate five of the smaller dinosaurs. More WALKING WITH DINOSAURS - Page 4 Warner Brown wrote the script of WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience. He is an accomplished writer whose works include the book of the musical Flickers on Broadway, the screenplay of Nijinsky for Regent Entertainment, the musical The Black and White Ball, which features music by Cole Porter and The Truth About Light, written with composer Jimmy Roberts. Other credits include a new version of Half A Sixpence for the West End in 2008, Garbo – The Musical with music by Jim Steinman and Michael Reed, playing in Europe, and the plays and musicals Scandal, The Biograph Girl, Six for Gold, Cinderella, Talullah for a Day and Dance for Life. The score of WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience is by James Brett whose work can be heard on soundtracks including 10,000 BC, Alien vs Predator, Miramax's Ella Enchanted and the forthcoming UK feature Outpost. He also helped create the groundbreaking collaboration between Metallica and the San Francisco Symphony. The album S&M has sold over 5 million copies worldwide. The sets and projections are by the multi-award winning designer Peter England whose work has toured the world extensively. A frequent collaborator at Opera Australia, the Australian Ballet and Bangarra Dance Theatre, he also designed sections of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, three City of Sydney New Year's Eve Celebrations and in 2002 was a finalist in the international design competition for the Pentagon Memorial in Washington DC. Lighting Designer John Rayment lit the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games; Hong Kong’s original A Symphony of Light, a massive cityscape permanent lighting display involving over 18 buildings; Singapore’s 2002 National Day Parade stadium event; and Singapore’s Marina Bay annual New Year’s Eve Countdown display. Rayment also works frequently at Opera Australia and has lit 30 productions for Sydney Dance Company. WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience was originally produced in Australia by Gerry Ryan, Malcolm Cooke and Jill Bryant and is brought to North America by The Creature Production Company. For more information, please visit www.dinosaurlive.com. Video of the show is available on our site under “The Dinosaurs” tab in the middle of the front page. # # # For more information about WALKING WITH DINOSAURS – The Live Experience, or to set up coverage about the show, please contact: David Barber, Davidson & Choy Publicity 323-954-7510 ex 19; d.barber@dcpublicity.com Walking with Dinosaurs word mark & logo TM & © BBC 1998

Posted by David BPR 10 years ago


Total Views Count - 10/02/2011

Here's this week's total views count! This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the  page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. 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Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Total Views Count 31/03/2011

This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain canida 4,453,267 4,489,202 35,935 scoochmaroo 4,353,273 4,424,495 71,222 fungus amungus 4,103,484 4,127,716 24,232 randofo 3,214,151 3,238,724 24,573 Honus 2,627,417 2,637,771 10,354 jessyratfink 1,900,513 1,915,869 15,356 Kiteman 1,855,631 1,863,480 7,849 Plasmana 1,728,481 1,737,194 8,713 Tool Using Animal 1,659,705 1,665,971 6,266 T3h_Muffinator 1,131,190 1,135,035 3,845 killerjackalope 1,088,497 1,096,026 7,529 zieak 1,084,948 1,088,763 3,815 gmjhowe 1,035,897 1,040,497 4,600 drinkmorecoffee 1,031,465 1,040,195 8,730 Creativeman 935,250 943,459 8,209 Weissensteinburg 921,979 927,967 5,988 lemonie 881,822 896,022 14,200 SaskView 888,663 892,273 3,610 chr 838,343 848,648 10,305 seamster 754,047 758,325 4,278 frenzy 711,346 721,359 10,013 Brennn10 713,898 717,077 3,179 ChrysN 708,862 714,873 6,011 mikey77 642,067 647,898 5,831 CameronSS 609,251 611,785 2,534 jeff-o 585,749 590,219 4,470 PKM 585,068 589,848 4,780 laxap 517,977 520,686 2,709 mikeasaurus 482,224 485,682 3,458 scraptopower 461,857 472,512 10,655 aeray 466,268 471,515 5,247 belsey 454,969 458,078 3,109 ModMischief 416,756 418,088 1,332 depotdevoid 414,118 416,803 2,685 Jayefuu 375,740 378,409 2,669 starshipminivan 292,801 296,785 3,984 Spl1nt3rC3ll 290,539 291,607 1,068 AngryRedhead 275,671 279,162 3,491 scooter76 265,689 266,424 735 nmcclana 263,844 266,244 2,400 BrittLiv 256,709 263,190 6,481 KentsOkay 255,803 256,916 1,113 Vyger 251,374 252,486 1,112 Doctor What 232,284 233,261 977 rimar2000 223,491 225,879 2,388 rickharris 215,408 216,133 725 dark sponge 189,403 190,317 914 Ninzerbean 184,395 185,681 1,286 bongodrummer 180,200 181,228 1,028 Lithium Rain 166,995 168,497 1,502 comodore 165,573 166,336 763 Kaelessin 159,837 161,249 1,412 yokozuna 156,146 156,723 577 Hiyadudez 153,150 154,511 1,361 bertus52x11 150,843 152,142 1,299 Lynne Bruning 147,592 148,431 839 Technochicken 145,835 147,441 1,606 Dr.Paj 142,813 143,677 864 uniqueutopia 125,510 127,115 1,605 The Jamalam 126,314 126,727 413 janw 105,669 125,726 20,057 RavingMadStudios 121,047 121,696 649 thermoelectric 118,319 119,754 1,435 I_am_Canadian 112,447 112,891 444 JamesRPatrick 106,749 108,347 1,598 Goodhart 102,141 102,821 680 nelson8815 99,074 102,022 2,948 DJ Radio 98,309 98,967 658 jen7714 93,240 94,615 1,375 jen7714 93,240 94,615 1,375 iminthebathroom 78,530 79,721 1,191 ynze 66,936 76,781 9,845 wizgirl 72,752 74,603 1,851 MichelMoermans 71,099 72,019 920 Killer%7ESafeCracker 65,861 66,201 340 ajleece 58,715 58,931 216 Re-design 58,487 58,896 409 Shadowman39 56,391 56,802 411 TNEN 49,925 50,224 299 Biggsy 49,092 49,817 725 kelseymh 48,791 49,031 240 mman1506 30,658 48,712 18,054 Sunkicked 47,738 47,971 233 Jimmy Proton 44,222 46,844 2,622 The Ideanator 45,919 46,397 478 beckervdejazz.com 45,651 45,990 339 Berkin 42,675 42,954 279 EmmettO 41,204 41,684 480 TitanTechRobotics 37,888 38,480 592 knuckel 38,002 38,368 366 KoffeeKommando 34,040 34,650 610 annahowardshaw 31,299 34,317 3,018 TSC 33,655 34,249 594 jwystup 31,709 32,698 989 nickodemus 31,938 32,193 255 lilyfrancis 29,938 30,407 469 MotaBoi 29,231 29,620 389 cbm104 27,621 27,763 142 kcls 27,212 27,463 251 Mr.Sanchez 26,395 26,947 552 possum888 26,403 26,680 277 peguiono 26,098 26,253 155 shadowninja31 25,854 26,051 197 m6233555m 24,884 25,010 126 lizzyastro 23,032 23,754 722 plane phanatic 23,215 23,443 228 Knex_Gun_Builder 23,355 23,440 85 steveastrouk 23,049 23,257 208 Derin 22,878 23,075 197 CrayfishYAY 22,575 22,732 157 dombeef 6,455 22,495 16,040 Tornado96 19,460 20,230 770 Tom Buckey 19,116 19,212 96 Blue Mullet 17,180 17,917 737 cdawisconsin 17,272 17,779 507 zascecs 17,678 17,749 71 TabbyDeAnne 17,199 17,642 443 qazwsx755 16,003 16,306 303 floris2burn 15,713 15,877 164 Legofanatic 15,514 15,688 174 krysteanuh 14,864 15,617 753 knexsuperbuilderfreak 14,831 14,887 56 uberdum05 14,221 14,369 148 Dr. Pepper 13,730 14,307 577 nutsandbolts_64 13,473 13,665 192 zurichko 13,433 13,614 181 beanieostrich 12,480 13,288 808 FrozenStar 12,002 12,180 178 splazem 11,530 11,712 182 masterochicken 11,468 11,547 79 NachoMahma 11,264 11,301 37 acidbass 11,085 11,256 171 Sorunome 9,002 9,174 172 mJusticz   8,199 - Kryptonite 7,517 7,564 47 cherishcherub 7,203 7,286 83 LoneWolf 6,685 6,811 126 moocowdog 6,345 6,463 118 zero.gx 5,531 5,580 49 slithien 4,896 5,359 463 Nutrition Man 4,670 4,873 203 RNB 4,464 4,509 45 jamesdude 4,475 4,508 33 patriots8888 4,337 4,482 145 MegaMetal8 3,978 4,015 37 tbcross 3,761 3,874 113 wareneutron 3,684 3,747 63 lil larry 2,996 3,573 577 mg0930mg 3,074 3,123 49 solarblade90 2,929 2,978 49 cj81499 2,616 2,622 6 Jag56 2,481 2,530 49 shadon 1,619 1,641 22 Randomguy65 1,585 1,626 41 nfk11 1,424 1,502 78 AwesomeSwordGuy 1,251 1,304 53 LivStoleYourPie 743 772 29 cyanyears 696 729 33 Jeff Kallaus 556 569 13 FastLearner 355 370 15 Fr-Pa-Co 253 259 6 %28YOUR N 113 117 4 heratio 74 80 6

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Total Views Count - 06/05/2011

Here's this week's total views count! This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I normally hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views, I don't have time to do this at the moment and hope to upgrade the script soon to hand them out automatically. Member Last Week This Week Gain scoochmaroo 4,702,383 4,795,808 93,425 canida 4,610,391 4,633,303 22,912 fungus amungus 4,213,846 4,234,092 20,246 randofo 3,316,214 3,335,855 19,641 Honus 2,679,771 2,688,710 8,939 jessyratfink 1,986,148 2,001,772 15,624 Kiteman 1,905,469 1,913,925 8,456 Plasmana 1,771,760 1,779,834 8,074 Tool Using Animal 1,691,077 1,698,108 7,031 T3h_Muffinator 1,155,399 1,158,651 3,252 killerjackalope 1,117,896 1,123,062 5,166 zieak 1,108,805 1,112,733 3,928 drinkmorecoffee 1,069,292 1,076,770 7,478 gmjhowe 1,056,867 1,059,885 3,018 Creativeman 974,519 985,149 10,630 Weissensteinburg 949,676 954,988 5,312 lemonie 926,651 931,683 5,032 SaskView 910,734 915,075 4,341 chr 887,236 894,471 7,235 seamster 800,917 806,310 5,393 frenzy 769,159 776,456 7,297 ChrysN 743,993 752,912 8,919 Brennn10 728,677 731,782 3,105 mikey77 662,189 665,732 3,543 CameronSS 623,074 625,962 2,888 PKM 603,290 606,019 2,729 jeff-o 602,316 604,625 2,309 laxap 545,917 551,087 5,170 mikeasaurus 512,494 515,777 3,283 scraptopower 501,676 508,049 6,373 aeray 493,618 499,101 5,483 belsey 469,369 472,360 2,991 depotdevoid 431,011 464,324 33,313 ModMischief 426,158 434,649 8,491 Jayefuu 387,837 389,930 2,093 starshipminivan 317,776 321,593 3,817 Spl1nt3rC3ll 296,520 297,909 1,389 AngryRedhead 291,128 293,892 2,764 nmcclana 276,498 278,801 2,303 BrittLiv 272,796 274,667 1,871 scooter76 269,156 269,816 660 KentsOkay 261,367 262,582 1,215 Vyger 258,287 259,706 1,419 Doctor What 237,214 238,071 857 rimar2000 234,479 236,352 1,873 rickharris 219,949 220,796 847 dark sponge 193,352 193,876 524 Ninzerbean 190,819 192,229 1,410 bongodrummer 177,973 178,969 996 Lithium Rain 175,378 177,321 1,943 comodore 169,187 170,508 1,321 Kaelessin 165,739 166,755 1,016 Technochicken 152,127 161,950 9,823 Hiyadudez 159,200 160,548 1,348 yokozuna 158,805 160,375 1,570 Greasetattoo 158,348 159,904 1,556 bertus52x11 157,332 158,711 1,379 Lynne Bruning 152,834 153,603 769 Dr.Paj 147,066 147,902 836 janw 134,919 138,345 3,426 uniqueutopia 133,706 135,264 1,558 The Jamalam 128,142 128,626 484 thermoelectric 124,543 125,803 1,260 RavingMadStudios 124,225 124,847 622 I_am_Canadian 114,793 115,133 340 JamesRPatrick 111,529 112,156 627 nelson8815 108,899 110,503 1,604 Goodhart 105,407 106,191 784 DJ Radio 101,672 102,352 680 jen7714 99,795 102,055 2,260 jen7714 99,795 102,055 2,260 iminthebathroom 96,567 98,255 1,688 ynze 82,657 83,836 1,179 wizgirl 79,216 80,267 1,051 MichelMoermans 74,364 74,972 608 Killer%7ESafeCracker 67,914 68,547 633 mman1506 60,594 61,258 664 Re-design 60,081 60,395 314 ajleece 60,072 60,319 247 Shadowman39 58,717 59,113 396 Jimmy Proton 56,222 55,643 - Biggsy 53,148 53,880 732 TNEN 51,272 51,562 290 kelseymh 50,111 50,328 217 The Ideanator 48,034 49,658 1,624 Sunkicked 48,963 49,202 239 beckervdejazz.com 47,127 47,395 268 Berkin 44,329 44,674 345 EmmettO 43,351 43,920 569 TitanTechRobotics 41,133 41,682 549 knuckel 39,745 40,037 292 annahowardshaw 39,351 39,929 578 KoffeeKommando 37,073 37,674 601 jwystup 34,643 35,240 597 TSC 36,271 35,098 - dombeef 29,980 33,764 3,784 nickodemus 33,309 33,594 285 lilyfrancis 32,191 32,579 388 MotaBoi 30,939 31,280 341 Mr.Sanchez 29,072 29,629 557 cbm104 28,971 29,188 217 kcls 28,201 28,395 194 possum888 27,793 28,105 312 shadowninja31 26,860 27,063 203 peguiono 26,786 26,946 160 lizzyastro 25,685 26,050 365 m6233555m 25,303 25,373 70 plane phanatic 24,174 24,347 173 steveastrouk 24,020 24,189 169 Derin 23,767 23,934 167 Knex_Gun_Builder 23,791 23,866 75 CrayfishYAY 23,416 23,604 188 Tornado96 21,184 21,368 184 cdawisconsin 20,124 20,753 629 Tom Buckey 19,667 19,765 98 TabbyDeAnne 19,308 19,723 415 krysteanuh 18,658 19,515 857 beanieostrich 17,341 18,618 1,277 Win Guy 17,442 18,264 822 zascecs 18,129 18,221 92 qazwsx755 17,382 17,680 298 Legofanatic 16,536 16,709 173 floris2burn 16,448 16,615 167 Dr. Pepper 16,010 16,353 343 zack247   15,656 - lil larry 15,111 15,569 458 knexsuperbuilderfreak 15,179 15,245 66 uberdum05 14,845 14,968 123 zurichko 14,722 14,945 223 nutsandbolts_64 14,413 14,624 211 FrozenStar 12,689 12,804 115 splazem 12,268 12,402 134 acidbass 11,915 12,078 163 masterochicken 11,879 11,958 79 mJusticz 11,415 11,841 426 NachoMahma 11,429 11,459 30 Sorunome 10,127 10,348 221 A-Nony-Mus   9,115 - Kryptonite 7,787 7,857 70 cherishcherub 7,567 7,637 70 LoneWolf 7,225 7,334 109 moocowdog 6,846 6,937 91 slithien 6,218 6,505 287 zero.gx 5,729 5,770 41 Nutrition Man 5,494 5,650 156 patriots8888 5,239 5,506 267 RNB 4,680 4,749 69 jamesdude 4,618 4,655 37 Nostalgic Guy 4,464 4,592 128 tbcross 4,167 4,222 55 MegaMetal8%28Left Ibles%29   4,206 - wareneutron 4,034 4,111 77 username252 3,293 4,066 773 solarblade90 3,200 3,243 43 mg0930mg 3,203 3,232 29 Jag56 2,696 2,736 40 cj81499 2,671 2,680 9 iceng   2,622 - happyjo   2,189 - nfk11 1,881 1,992 111 shadon 1,770 1,795 25 Randomguy65 1,612 1,660 48 Kaptain Kool 1,562 1,659 97 AwesomeSwordGuy 1,497 1,542 45 LivStoleYourPie 915 952 37 cyanyears 877 907 30 Twinmum 693 788 95 Jeff Kallaus 637 647 10 FastLearner 432 453 21 Fr-Pa-Co 287 289 2 Black Panther Knex 161 186 25 heratio 109 165 56 %28YOUR N 127 131 4

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Total Views Count - 30/06/2011

Here's this week's run. This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain scoochmaroo 5,199,478 5,251,463 51,985 canida 4,832,489 4,859,882 27,393 fungus amungus 4,372,029 4,405,085 33,056 randofo 3,466,751 3,482,848 16,097 Honus 2,787,225 2,798,946 11,721 jessyratfink 2,120,781 2,135,680 14,899 Plasmana 1,966,547 1,983,955 17,408 Kiteman 1,975,409 1,983,278 7,869 Tool Using Animal 1,754,692 1,762,393 7,701 T3h_Muffinator 1,183,078 1,187,865 4,787 killerjackalope 1,162,264 1,167,101 4,837 zieak 1,145,888 1,149,603 3,715 drinkmorecoffee 1,133,178 1,139,053 5,875 gmjhowe 1,084,974 1,088,045 3,071 Creativeman 1,060,404 1,069,629 9,225 Weissensteinburg 990,035 995,125 5,090 SaskView 967,255 970,401 3,146 lemonie 962,127 967,359 5,232 chr 945,374 951,773 6,399 ChrysN 914,424 937,361 22,937 seamster 841,235 848,181 6,946 frenzy 830,220 838,337 8,117 Brennn10 751,480 754,497 3,017 mikey77 691,703 695,107 3,404 CameronSS 659,713 665,923 6,210 jeff-o 633,492 636,053 2,561 mikeasaurus 620,962 631,121 10,159 PKM 623,232 625,813 2,581 laxap 573,218 575,372 2,154 scraptopower 542,745 548,278 5,533 aeray 536,124 542,633 6,509 depotdevoid 503,914 506,592 2,678 belsey 494,381 497,189 2,808 ModMischief 468,720 471,272 2,552 Jayefuu 403,520 405,063 1,543 starshipminivan 365,484 370,778 5,294 AngryRedhead 317,804 320,956 3,152 Spl1nt3rC3ll 306,874 308,146 1,272 nmcclana 295,131 298,105 2,974 BrittLiv 289,016 290,318 1,302 scooter76 276,317 276,957 640 Vyger 274,668 276,347 1,679 rimar2000 271,254 273,285 2,031 KentsOkay 271,346 272,755 1,409 Doctor What 247,440 249,144 1,704 rickharris 228,385 229,532 1,147 Ninzerbean 203,617 204,839 1,222 dark sponge 197,677 198,218 541 Lithium Rain 189,152 191,093 1,941 Greasetattoo 177,024 185,837 8,813 bongodrummer 184,737 185,455 718 Technochicken 179,831 181,457 1,626 comodore 174,988 175,501 513 bertus52x11 171,347 172,737 1,390 Hiyadudez 169,617 170,828 1,211 yokozuna 165,519 166,161 642 Kaelessin 164,766 165,668 902 Lynne Bruning 160,074 160,681 607 Dr.Paj 154,210 155,231 1,021 janw 149,973 152,061 2,088 uniqueutopia 148,819 151,248 2,429 thermoelectric 133,611 134,711 1,100 Nelson_Yepez 131,859 133,095 1,236 The Jamalam 131,078 131,452 374 RavingMadStudios 129,551 130,108 557 iminthebathroom 125,080 126,343 1,263 JamesRPatrick 118,860 119,575 715 I_am_Canadian 118,061 118,468 407 jen7714 111,403 112,281 878 Goodhart 109,676 110,113 437 DJ Radio 106,984 107,630 646 ynze 92,200 92,977 777 wizgirl 86,910 88,220 1,310 MichelMoermans 79,013 79,526 513 Killer%7ESafeCracker 75,440 76,490 1,050 Jimmy Proton 66,547 67,859 1,312 mman1506 65,215 65,661 446 Shadowman39 62,701 63,177 476 Re-design 62,314 62,562 248 ajleece 62,005 62,266 261 Biggsy 58,869 59,589 720 annahowardshaw 52,214 57,434 5,220 TNEN 53,607 53,818 211 The Ideanator 52,920 53,310 390 Mr.Sanchez 51,764 52,977 1,213 kelseymh 51,784 51,962 178 arthurb 51,042 51,396 354 Sunkicked 50,976 51,362 386 beckervdejazz.com 49,217 49,445 228 EmmettO 46,896 47,212 316 Berkin 46,847 47,192 345 TitanTechRobotics 44,568 44,965 397 knuckel 42,132 42,373 241 KoffeeKommando 41,331 41,832 501 dombeef 39,820 40,314 494 TSC 38,490 38,897 407 jwystup 37,668 38,052 384 nickodemus 36,941 37,262 321 lilyfrancis 35,914 36,199 285 MotaBoi 33,655 34,008 353 Z.Backas 32,948 33,203 255 cbm104 31,064 31,270 206 kcls 29,663 29,830 167 possum888 29,504 29,692 188 steveastrouk 28,885 29,249 364 lizzyastro 28,464 28,745 281 peguiono 28,617 28,705 88 shadowninja31 28,374 28,600 226 Data643   28,592 - beanieostrich 26,270 27,517 1,247 m6233555m 25,833 25,890 57 plane phanatic 25,369 25,508 139 cdawisconsin 24,755 25,214 459 Derin 24,985 25,123 138 CrayfishYAY 24,654 24,791 137 Knex_Gun_Builder 24,396 24,487 91 krysteanuh 23,771 24,343 572 Tornado96 23,310 23,628 318 TabbyDeAnne 21,885 22,114 229 Win Guy 21,126 21,529 403 Tom Buckey 20,592 20,708 116 qazwsx755 19,461 19,717 256 lil larry 18,616 18,982 366 zascecs 18,763 18,846 83 Dr. Pepper 18,533 18,768 235 Legofanatic 17,827 18,027 200 zack247 17,477 17,875 398 floris2burn 17,585 17,725 140 fdmjh 17,155 17,372 217 zurichko 16,051 16,194 143 nutsandbolts_64 16,016 16,164 148 uberdum05 15,809 15,891 82 knexsuperbuilderfreak 15,647 15,702 55 splazem 15,110 15,391 281 LargeMouthBass 14,221 14,499 278 mJusticz 14,061 14,327 266 FrozenStar 13,526 13,611 85 acidbass 13,282 13,467 185 masterochicken 12,424 12,484 60 Sorunome 12,068 12,302 234 NachoMahma 11,642 11,671 29 A-Nony-Mus 10,125 10,230 105 Kryptonite 8,356 8,420 64 cherishcherub 8,135 8,200 65 LoneWolf 7,942 8,006 64 iceng 7,670 7,844 174 moocowdog 7,556 7,653 97 slithien 7,092 7,142 50 patriots8888 6,831 7,021 190 Nutrition Man 6,596 6,728 132 username252 6,357 6,644 287 Nostalgic Guy 5,341 5,432 91 RNB 5,321 5,414 93 jamesdude 4,851 4,896 45 tbcross 4,681 4,753 72 wareneutron 4,613 4,687 74 MegaMetal8%28Left Ibles%29 4,516 4,588 72 mg0930mg 3,545 3,566 21 solarblade90 3,524 3,557 33 Jag56 2,964 2,988 24 happyjo 2,859 2,926 67 cj81499 2,741 2,753 12 Kaptain Kool 2,509 2,751 242 diyoutdoorsman 2,418 2,606 188 razvan_iycdi   2,427 - nfk11 2,301 2,413 112 zero.gx 2,180 2,189 9 Twinmum 1,872 2,178 306 AwesomeSwordGuy 1,940 1,996 56 shadon 1,973 1,994 21 Randomguy65 1,939 1,988 49 neuropol 1,032 1,493 461 ElvenChild 1,326 1,381 55 LivStoleYourPie 1,161 1,182 21 cyanyears 1,141 1,169 28 RollerScrapper 997 1,157 160 FastLearner 719 734 15 TheAwesomestDude 648 727 79 Jeff Kallaus 700 706 6 Black Panther Knex 493 526 33 Fr-Pa-Co 315 319 4 heratio 182 183 1 %28YOUR N 144 145 1

Posted by Jayefuu 7 years ago


Things That Annoy Me

1)Walk as slow as you can in front of me 2)Stand in the middle of a hallway with your friends talking 3)Stand in the middle of a door yelling at person for being in your way 4)Asking me a stoopid question (Is a penny a solid? No it's a liquid. That's with a "U") 5)Asking me which book I am reading. (Move two inches and read the side) 6) Being a girl and telling me to cut my hair because it is long 7)Being a boy and asking why I have long hair/telling me to cut my hair because it is long(Why do you have short hair?/Stop being a genderist((I know, that's not the correct term)) 8)Calling me Dominique on purpose(I understand if it's an accident) 9)"Singing" a rap song near me 10)Drumming with your pencil 11)Saying Dawg, Wassup, the N word, Tight(as slang) straight up, The B word et ectera 12)Calling me stoopid because I don't know the answer to a stupid example(Sorry, no example) 13) Talking in a fake ghetto accent(I'm dead serious, I know a kid like this) 14)Laughing at the most unfunny things(someone making an unconvincing animal sound, and you laughing like crazy) 15)Speaking in an other language right in front of me, while looking at me. (That, or I'm paranoid) 16)When a teacher is splitting the class into a boys and girls, when the teacher say girl, everyone looks at me and tells me to go with them.(In Sixth grade) 17)Suspecting me to know the answer to a question we haven't been told the answer yet.(Okay, open your books. "Dominic? Which page?") 18)People getting mad at me because I cut them off in the hallway because they're walking three miles an hour. 19)People who say all rock in people screaming in a microphone(And rap is grown adults Rhyming. "Cat hat dawg." You're a rapper! 20)People who act like they're something they're not(Can't get too specific without getting people mad) 21)School rules.(Apparently, if I tap a friends shoulder, that means I'm harassing them.) 22)The fact I have to put my hair in a pony tail when we're doing experiments in Science(Oh No! I may get a drop a dye in my hair! But who cares about my exposed skin?) 23)People who hate the Jonas Brothers and Hannah Montana because they're "Rock" (They're not) 24)This one girl in my Art class because I didn't know what a ribbon that looked like a puzzle meant. (She thought it was for breast cancer. I knew it wasn't. It wasn't. I'm still the idiot. To this day, she's still the "All knowing queen of the galaxy.") ((I made that up to annoy her.)) 25)People who say I have no life because I'm inside more than in when it isn't Baseball season. 26)people who assume I'm goth or emo because I'm a boy with long hair, not the tannest person, spend time inside, likes Dexter( a serial killer), wears jeans all year long, isn't the nicest person, and wear black, or dark clothes(A lot of people) 27)My friend claiming all pasta is served, or should be served cold. (Yum.) 28)The fact I like three girls, don't know which one I like, and don't know if they like me.(Please don't tell me just to tell them how I feel) 29)The fact this one girl thinks all men don't talk about there feelings 30)Girls asking me if they can do me hair and make-up(No.) 31)I need permission to wear makeup on Halloween 32)8th and 9th graders who think they're better then me because I'm in 7th grade 33)People who think I'm stupid it because I went to Beginner garden 34)School dances.(I can only slow dance, only like the slow dance, and it will look weird if I slow dance with someone to a fast song) ((How manly. lol)) 35) People who think I have no emotions because I don't laugh at stoopid stuff 36)Waking up at around 6:30 so I can take a shower in the morning. 37)My dad hating my long hair(Trust me, it's ironic) 38) The fact that I, emphasis on the I can't reply to comments. 39)People being overall stupid 40)Science class 41)People who use improper grammar and spelling(I don't my sentences aren't ending in periods) 42)The fact that I feel like I'm surrounded by idiots at my school, and smart people are an endangered species.(Thanks you Instructables for letting me be by some smart people) 43)Girls who say the word like way to much. 44)The fact that I don't how high my vocabulary is (we had to stop at a 21 year old due to the time.) ((I admit, I had to guess for some of them)) 45)People who hate people just because you're you, or because of the way you sound on a microphone (Dead serious. That dude was B) 46)The fact our economy sucks. 47)Having to play the same three songs in band everyday. (Really, it's five, not counting the scales. Counting the scales, it's seven) 48)Posers 49)People who assume the worst of people, and judge a book by it's cover. (When you're not annoying me, I am very nice, even with my long hair, black shirt, and my pants in the summer) 50)People who don't know what they're talking about. 51)People who claim they're better then you because of one aspect of their life. 52)The fact I don't have enough time to read my book in school(Darkly Dreaming Dexter) 53)People who are self centered(Not a real example but...) (("My dog died today..." "Do you think I should get a bigger mirror so I can see more of my beautiful face?)) 54)When the teacher purposely picks a slow reader to read. (I understand they can't read, but don't waste everyone else time 55)People blocking my view. ("Oh my god! She's pulling paper from over a cup!") 56)People playing with my hair. (I swear to god, this dude was playing with my hair. I Calmly said please stop, then when he didn't stop a second or two later, I pulled his arm away. He was smiling the whole time.)

Posted by Rock Soldier 8 years ago


Total Views Count -- 13/10/2011

This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain scoochmaroo 6,116,993 6,286,556 169,563 canida 5,258,110 5,327,186 69,076 fungus amungus 4,642,600 4,703,728 61,128 randofo 3,818,917 3,878,532 59,615 Honus 2,961,177 3,001,175 39,998 jessyratfink 2,438,765 2,497,073 58,308 Kiteman 2,136,903 2,170,007 33,104 Plasmana 2,143,784 2,161,931 18,147 Tool Using Animal 1,840,983 1,853,385 12,402 T3h_Muffinator 1,241,227 1,251,289 10,062 killerjackalope 1,237,928 1,248,205 10,277 drinkmorecoffee 1,222,828 1,239,081 16,253 zieak 1,211,906 1,221,199 9,293 ChrysN 1,165,180 1,204,454 39,274 Creativeman 1,183,574 1,202,117 18,543 gmjhowe 1,149,313 1,157,347 8,034 chr 1,055,211 1,078,799 23,588 lemonie 1,055,951 1,068,673 12,722 Weissensteinburg 1,052,977 1,062,649 9,672 SaskView 1,013,270 1,020,390 7,120 seamster 988,061 1,006,852 18,791 frenzy 961,786 979,401 17,615 mikeasaurus 791,937 817,132 25,195 Brennn10 785,190 791,922 6,732 shesparticular 765,787 776,666 10,879 mikey77 745,783 754,306 8,523 CameronSS 723,487 726,457 2,970 jeff-o 671,876 683,199 11,323 PKM 660,337 665,350 5,013 aeray 618,592 629,747 11,155 scraptopower 616,545 627,714 11,169 laxap 616,261 623,655 7,394 depotdevoid 559,698 569,677 9,979 ModMischief 532,887 557,608 24,721 belsey 535,271 540,698 5,427 starshipminivan 495,370 512,504 17,134 Jayefuu 478,062 496,632 18,570 AngryRedhead 356,841 364,220 7,379 nmcclana 331,546 336,574 5,028 Spl1nt3rC3ll 323,315 325,048 1,733 rimar2000 315,951 322,028 6,077 BrittLiv 314,942 318,089 3,147 Vyger 298,364 300,055 1,691 KentsOkay 288,167 290,671 2,504 scooter76 286,681 289,903 3,222 rickharris 264,282 271,649 7,367 Ninzerbean 247,003 253,908 6,905 Greasetattoo 226,878 231,567 4,689 Lithium Rain 218,539 222,362 3,823 mary candy 181,457 222,054 40,597 Xellers 216,429 221,059 4,630 Technochicken 216,098 219,744 3,646 dark sponge 211,043 212,244 1,201 bongodrummer 196,565 198,348 1,783 bertus52x11 189,558 191,982 2,424 Hiyadudez 187,231 190,258 3,027 comodore 183,840 185,715 1,875 vishalapar 146,768 185,243 38,475 uniqueutopia 179,374 183,609 4,235 Kaelessin 177,265 179,332 2,067 yokozuna 175,607 176,982 1,375 janw 173,727 176,130 2,403 Lynne Bruning 169,447 171,780 2,333 Dr.Paj 166,928 168,531 1,603 iminthebathroom 152,651 159,721 7,070 RavingMadStudios 149,035 153,080 4,045 thermoelectric 149,056 151,377 2,321 Nelson_Yepez 148,262 150,809 2,547 JamesRPatrick 136,879 138,225 1,346 The Jamalam 136,581 137,607 1,026 ynze 129,619 132,502 2,883 I_am_Canadian 130,250 132,117 1,867 jen7714 127,457 130,264 2,807 sunshiine 114,958 124,472 9,514 DJ Radio 117,323 118,633 1,310 Goodhart 116,948 118,064 1,116 annahowardshaw 102,775 108,030 5,255 wizgirl 100,390 101,774 1,384 Mr.Sanchez 89,386 93,083 3,697 Killer%7ESafeCracker 89,999 90,948 949 Jimmy Proton 87,323 90,866 3,543 MichelMoermans 86,981 88,306 1,325 dombeef 75,680 78,383 2,703 mman1506 72,923 74,072 1,149 Biggsy 69,579 72,530 2,951 Shadowman39 69,024 69,949 925 Re-design 66,747 67,472 725 agis68 66,581 67,378 797 ajleece 65,324 65,830 506 The Ideanator 59,296 60,325 1,029 arthurb 58,553 59,020 467 TNEN 56,856 57,393 537 kelseymh 55,487 56,056 569 Sunkicked 55,003 55,465 462 coolpizzadude 52,409 52,951 542 EmmettO 51,714 52,551 837 TitanTechRobotics 50,361 51,178 817 KoffeeKommando 49,500 50,870 1,370 HHarry   49,223 - cammers 46,399 48,072 1,673 Berkin 46,123 46,707 584 knuckel 45,868 46,418 550 beanieostrich 43,159 45,742 2,583 TSC 44,380 45,422 1,042 LargeMouthBass 40,316 45,153 4,837 jwystup 42,823 43,549 726 nickodemus 41,672 42,396 724 lilyfrancis 39,485 39,951 466 Z.Backas 38,794 39,353 559 Win Guy 36,746 38,931 2,185 MotaBoi 37,361 37,793 432 diyoutdoorsman 32,812 37,466 4,654 ahrshin 35,494 37,076 1,582 iceng 31,729 35,407 3,678 lizzyastro 34,529 35,273 744 TabbyDeAnne 32,874 34,678 1,804 cdawisconsin 32,218 34,470 2,252 kcls 33,372 34,189 817 cbm104 33,740 34,048 308 patriots8888 33,270 34,032 762 steveastrouk 32,666 33,133 467 possum888 32,568 33,057 489 Data643 31,938 32,326 388 Rob O 31,124 31,656 532 shadowninja31 31,165 31,451 286 krysteanuh 30,427 31,292 865 peguiono 30,075 30,339 264 Tornado96 28,024 28,696 672 Derin 27,330 27,764 434 plane phanatic 27,470 27,745 275 CrayfishYAY 26,702 27,101 399 Mimikry 25,111 26,959 1,848 m6233555m 26,699 26,825 126 Knex_Gun_Builder 25,782 25,966 184 tqwerty 24,359 25,722 1,363 splazem 23,830 24,535 705 zack247 23,369 24,149 780 qazwsx755 23,287 23,903 616 lil larry 23,285 23,877 592 drknotter 19,905 22,492 2,587 Tom Buckey 22,069 22,212 143 Dr. Pepper 21,553 22,009 456 zurichko 20,246 21,426 1,180 floris2burn 20,591 21,182 591 fdmjh 20,535 20,840 305 aeronut01 20,109 20,605 496 Legofanatic 20,165 20,517 352 zascecs 19,727 19,846 119 nutsandbolts_64 18,551 18,917 366 Nostalgic Guy 16,260 17,283 1,023 mJusticz 16,751 17,216 465 knexsuperbuilderfreak 16,463 16,608 145 acidbass 15,376 15,658 282 Sorunome 15,110 15,449 339 Twinmum 10,470 14,856 4,386 masterochicken 13,452 13,576 124 ilpug   13,298 - knexinventer 12,164 12,762 598 NachoMahma 11,986 12,028 42 A-Nony-Mus 11,463 11,694 231 colorex 9,640 11,378 1,738 username252 10,123 10,619 496 Kryptonite 10,387 10,611 224 FrozenStar 14,846 9,920 - monsterlego 8,103 9,744 1,641 cherishcherub 9,201 9,368 167 LoneWolf 9,032 9,237 205 moocowdog 8,723 8,867 144 NatNoBrains 8,453 8,729 276 slithien 8,406 8,602 196 RollerScrapper 6,488 6,746 258 RNB 6,350 6,516 166 wareneutron 5,771 5,827 56 tbcross 5,499 5,593 94 jamesdude 5,304 5,347 43 MegaMetal8%28Left Ibles%29 5,164 5,248 84 Kaptain Kool 4,653 4,954 301 Super_Nerd 4,479 4,846 367 9400dk 4,635 4,670 35 Randomguy65 4,479 4,651 172 happyjo 3,927 4,458 531 BladeFyre Studios 4,236 4,348 112 solarblade90 4,117 4,242 125 mg0930mg 3,853 3,937 84 Jag56 3,599 3,697 98 35Timmy   3,264 - nfk11 3,493 3,263 - cj81499 2,853 2,865 12 AwesomeSwordGuy 2,599 2,704 105 neuropol 2,552 2,684 132 shadon 2,302 2,377 75 zero.gx 2,304 2,334 30 ElvenChild 2,007 2,126 119 TheAwesomestDude 1,854 2,048 194 Mutantflame 1,795 1,820 25 cyanyears 1,547 1,624 77 LivStoleYourPie 1,526 1,595 69 FastLearner 993 1,017 24 Karma Charger18 394 463 69 Fr-Pa-Co 362 365 3 Alexvolos1 291 316 25 heratio 203 207 4 %28YOUR N 187 190 3

Posted by canida 6 years ago


Achiev'ibles

Despite the title, no it's not quite ready yet. Almost! But not quite. I have all the patches, and I get an email every morning telling me who's earned what patch. So far it all seems to be working nicely, I've just not turned on the automatic patch sending. I'm holding off a little while longer just to check it all works nicely. Here's a list of total views from the past week. Scoochmaroo's set to be the first author to ever reach 10 MILLION total views as she's got less than 100k to 10M and has consistently topped 100K views a week for the last few months. If you'd like to be on the list, please post a comment because I can't currently add users automatically due to an Instructables group bug. Name 19/07/2012 26/07/2012 Gain scoochmaroo 9862879 9963418 100539 canida 6743964 6785924 41960 fungus+amungus 5765283 5793348 28065 randofo 5340134 5382776 42642 jessyratfink 3736663 3784555 47892 Honus 3491383 3503374 11991 Kiteman 2611637 2622183 10546 Plasmana 2546540 2557056 10516 ChrysN 2236483 2261953 25470 Tool+Using+Animal 2113652 2120986 7334 Creativeman 1731138 1744489 13351 chr 1629798 1642581 12783 mikeasaurus 1623771 1642207 18436 drinkmorecoffee 1618809 1628173 9364 killerjackalope 1488533 1494428 5895 T3h_Muffinator 1423214 1427140 3926 zieak 1410445 1416651 6206 frenzy 1368128 1378928 10800 Weissensteinburg 1313930 1320806 6876 lemonie 1297169 1301829 4660 gmjhowe 1293467 1296557 3090 Frivolous+Engineering 1125458 1129239 3781 mikey77 990135 995500 5365 shesparticular 969014 973341 4327 Brennn10 937720 941375 3655 jeff-o 890111 894721 4610 scraptopower 879821 886805 6984 ModMischief 859388 876819 17431 Mrballeng 852056 861884 9828 aeray 846058 851737 5679 CameronSS 831238 837346 6108 laxap 779017 781781 2764 PKM 775668 778475 2807 starshipminivan 734945 741293 6348 depotdevoid 737387 740743 3356 belsey 716368 720238 3870 Jayefuu 680967 683748 2781 Gadget+Gangster 587747 592553 4806 BrittLiv 526421 531895 5474 AngryRedhead 516919 519972 3053 rimar2000 473935 476712 2777 mary+candy 384418 387334 2916 vishalapr 383130 384937 1807 Spl1nt3rC3ll 375659 377280 1621 Vyger 342452 344366 1914 Greasetattoo 339637 342999 3362 rickharris 339925 341722 1797 KentsOkay 340069 341476 1407 Ninzerbean 324663 326689 2026 scooter76 320388 320860 472 sunshiine 309830 316726 6896 Lithium+Rain 312322 315517 3195 Computothought 296295 300944 4649 Xellers 293256 295028 1772 Technochicken 283295 284761 1466 AndyGadget 278226 279476 1250 knife141 277133 279416 2283 bajablue 269106 278183 9077 craftknowitall 233558 260177 26619 justjonty 256551 258576 2025 Hiyadudez 242799 243832 1033 annahowardshaw 239462 241925 2463 iminthebathroom 240273 241407 1134 bertus52x11 237687 239138 1451 dark+sponge 234117 234562 445 bongodrummer 233442 234131 689 janw 231263 232399 1136 JamesRPatrick 226932 228068 1136 jen7714 216109 218922 2813 comodore 216373 217028 655 thermoelectric 214818 217008 2190 Nelson_Yepez 213065 214632 1567 Lynne+Bruning 211147 212214 1067 Kaelessin 209249 210035 786 coolbeansbaby68 204279 205497 1218 yokozuna 204633 205302 669 RavingMadStudios 196594 197811 1217 Dr.Paj 196312 197098 786 Jimmy+Proton 171284 173712 2428 ynze 167709 169281 1572 WYE_Lance 162575 165879 3304 HHarry 148153 163431 15278 lw119 155337 157357 2020 I_am_Canadian 151955 152459 504 The+Jamalam 151397 151769 372 DJ+Radio 148497 149295 798 marc.cryan 145743 148164 2421 wizgirl 143227 144893 1666 susanrm 138215 140801 2586 Goodhart 138488 139018 530 Mr.Sanchez 130730 131416 686 The+Papier+Boy 129823 130441 618 Killer%7ESafeCracker 125955 127263 1308 fjordcarver 111485 118671 7186 MichelMoermans 115412 116146 734 Biggsy 113013 114024 1011 dombeef 105004 105538 534 cammers 102974 103870 896 blinkyblinky 102155 103554 1399 mman1506 100309 100964 655 KoffeeKommando 92703 93383 680 monsterlego 87327 89101 1774 Shadowman39 87333 87843 510 beanieostrich 85097 85833 736 LargeMouthBass 84193 85072 879 Re-design 83566 84080 514 agis68 82884 83345 461 The+Ideanator 76852 77234 382 ajleece 73721 73866 145 diyoutdoorsman 71745 72509 764 kelseymh 71604 72035 431 cdawisconsin 71049 71836 787 TabbyDeAnne 70166 70810 644 Winged+Fist 69809 70803 994 TitanTechRobotics 69261 69627 366 arthurb 68233 68474 241 coolpizzadude 65808 66292 484 Sunkicked 65907 66270 363 EmmettO 65327 65560 233 Win+Guy 63832 64267 435 mkanoap 62987 63359 372 jwystup 60848 61158 310 lizzyastro 58616 59677 1061 nickodemus 55794 56155 361 iceng 55344 55771 427 knuckel 55337 55603 266 TSC 52019 52348 329 cbm104 51121 51586 465 kcls 51080 51490 410 Mimikry 50604 51215 611 ilpug 50283 50973 690 ahrshin 50224 50866 642 Z.Backas 49960 50201 241 krysteanuh 49055 49594 539 lilyfrancis 48220 48394 174 Berkin 59547 48370 -11177 razvan_iycdi 45324 46591 1267 tqwerty 45368 45729 361 steveastrouk 45398 45703 305 Bot1398 44477 45682 1205 MotaBoi 45287 45448 161 patriots8888 45189 45437 248 Rob+O 44720 45120 400 possum888 43628 43924 296 zack247 41983 42446 463 drknotter 41806 42145 339 splazem 41294 41692 398 Tornado96 41243 41643 400 qazwsx755 40400 40921 521 Data643 40067 40307 240 canucksgirl 36647 37729 1082 lil+larry 36533 36934 401 shadowninja31 36737 36893 156 Sorunome 36085 36602 517 Derin 35880 36104 224 peguiono 35240 35349 109 plane+phanatic 33692 33848 156 zurichko 31315 31580 265 CrayfishYAY 31098 31175 77 Dr.+Pepper 29948 30106 158 rrkrose 29948 29898 -50 poofrabbit 29022 29869 847 Twinmum 29071 29373 302 m6233555m 29064 29107 43 Knex_Gun_Builder 28979 29051 72 fdmjh 28410 28591 181 nutsandbolts_64 27935 28206 271 Legofanatic 27927 28191 264 aeronut01 27643 27851 208 bwrussell 25908 26978 1070 colorex 26466 26779 313 Zaphod+Beetlebrox 25566 26487 921 mJusticz 26081 26362 281 floris2burn 25487 25561 74 Tom+Buckey 25093 25188 95 mistyp 23969 24283 314 Nostalgic+Guy 23722 23830 108 RollerScrapper 23225 23530 305 robot1398 22880 23179 299 knexinventer 22595 22910 315 zascecs 22467 22532 65 acidbass 22294 22473 179 username252 21036 21238 202 A-Nony-Mus 20915 21137 222 bricabracwizard 18775 20327 1552 knexsuperbuilderfreak 19148 19194 46 iproberry1 17119 17751 632 Football+viking+boy 16810 16957 147 Mahmoud+Alaa 15423 16650 1227 LoneWolf 16041 16190 149 Super_Nerd 15738 16049 311 Kryptonite 15635 15826 191 masterochicken 15749 15808 59 RNB 14491 14595 104 NatNoBrains 14343 14471 128 FrozenStar 13881 13949 68 king1000 13014 13049 35 NachoMahma 12934 12952 18 moocowdog 12441 12493 52 cherishcherub 12144 12195 51 furrysalamander 11991 12113 122 TheMacyC 11553 11832 279 slithien 11515 11649 134 Kaptain+Kool 11049 11172 123 35Timmy 9853 10041 188 tech+dawg 9453 9998 545 wareneutron 9239 9354 115 thegeeke 8147 8568 421 emilyvanleemput 7500 8041 541 tbcross 7913 7967 54 Randomguy65 7686 7857 171 ElvenChild 7289 7345 56 happyjo 6984 7037 53 MegaMetal8 6726 6758 32 BLUEBLOBS2 5648 6388 740 solarblade90 6210 6260 50 jamesdude 6206 6226 20 Jag56 5905 5999 94 BladeFyre+Studios 5951 5997 46 nfk11 5689 5726 37 TheAwesomestDude 5272 5332 60 rockhardmj 5046 5276 230 White+Shadow 5105 5265 160 9400dk 5035 5045 10 mg0930mg 4754 4763 9 neuropol 4667 4725 58 iApple+guy 4492 4583 91 Thergox 4492 4467 -25 AwesomeSwordGuy 4235 4261 26 shadon 3750 3777 27 LivStoleYourPie 3505 3552 47 cj81499 3085 3090 5 cyanyears 2976 3001 25 PotatoCoffee 2868 2949 81 gmxx 2857 2884 27 Black+Panther+Knex 2308 2326 18 vicvelcro 2223 2261 38 j.g.kuster 2145 2185 40 Mutantflame 2125 2126 1 The+Chunky+Sniper%21 1793 1835 42 FastLearner 1609 1620 11 daredevil499 1549 1567 18 protolabs 1166 1214 48 kyleslab 1072 1093 21 Jeff+Kallaus 1045 1049 4 CeruleanPhoenix 817 834 17 Alexvolos1 609 616 7 Fr-Pa-Co 482 485 3 %28YOUR+N 270 272 2 heratio 249 249 0 schumi23 128 136 8 lightingever 14 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Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago


Total Views Count - 12/01/2012

Here's this week's total views count. First time in months that I've managed to do it  two weeks in a row! If someone reminds me next Thursday morning I'll run it again :) The picture is because I really wish I was climbing there and I fancied a change from Caitlinsdad's amazing cartoon that I use every week :) Lastly, before the normal spiel, I semi-automated the patch giving. I don't trust it yet to let it loose handing out patches, so I now get a list of links each week, I just have to click and approve each one instead of doing all the normal typing and picture selecting. WIN! This forum topic is a printout of the results of a Perl script I run weekly. To be included in it, join this  group. The Perl script visits the profile page of each member of the group and extracts their Total Views then saves them to a file that can be opened by me in Excel. I then post the last 3 columns so everyone can compare their weekly gain with their friends. While you can easily see this data for you on the You page, this script allows people to compare their success/gain with their friends. I hand out patches as achievements when members of the group reach 50k, 100k, 250k, 500k and 1m views. Member Last Week This Week Gain scoochmaroo 7,401,798 7,474,809 73,011 canida 5,823,260 5,859,849 36,589 fungus amungus 5,080,242 5,101,997 21,755 randofo 4,368,061 4,394,744 26,683 Honus 3,190,389 3,199,650 9,261 jessyratfink 2,858,084 2,889,301 31,217 Kiteman 2,320,883 2,332,488 11,605 Plasmana 2,281,428 2,291,940 10,512 Tool Using Animal 1,931,677 1,937,763 6,086 ChrysN 1,558,242 1,581,994 23,752 Creativeman 1,359,487 1,370,764 11,277 drinkmorecoffee 1,359,648 1,370,519 10,871 T3h_Muffinator 1,318,602 1,323,548 4,946 killerjackalope 1,312,446 1,317,866 5,420 zieak 1,298,112 1,304,568 6,456 chr 1,275,638 1,291,083 15,445 mikeasaurus 1,212,036 1,227,715 15,679 gmjhowe 1,197,282 1,200,235 2,953 lemonie 1,149,195 1,156,721 7,526 Weissensteinburg 1,143,796 1,150,130 6,334 frenzy 1,122,970 1,132,528 9,558 seamster 1,072,081 1,080,402 8,321 Frivolous Engineering 1,061,074 1,063,878 2,804 shesparticular 842,966 848,397 5,431 Brennn10 831,031 834,169 3,138 mikey77 826,548 831,442 4,894 jeff-o 768,281 771,666 3,385 CameronSS 743,245 744,894 1,649 scraptopower 710,935 717,688 6,753 aeray 701,048 707,375 6,327 PKM 703,576 706,689 3,113 laxap 680,935 684,745 3,810 ModMischief 671,805 673,969 2,164 depotdevoid 636,821 640,311 3,490 Mrballeng 583,402 609,197 25,795 belsey 587,464 591,313 3,849 starshipminivan 584,265 588,568 4,303 Jayefuu 548,079 550,192 2,113 Gadget Gangster 425,989 430,162 4,173 AngryRedhead 418,552 421,677 3,125 BrittLiv 370,615 379,312 8,697 rimar2000 360,389 363,225 2,836 Spl1nt3rC3ll 335,468 336,296 828 Vyger 309,273 310,137 864 mary candy 304,638 306,061 1,423 KentsOkay 304,354 305,348 994 scooter76 302,435 303,270 835 rickharris 293,075 295,557 2,482 vishalapar 265,645 283,867 18,222 Ninzerbean 278,490 279,732 1,242 Greasetattoo 265,583 267,559 1,976 Xellers 246,422 248,217 1,795 Lithium Rain 246,170 247,940 1,770 Technochicken 241,025 242,925 1,900 dark sponge 221,469 221,904 435 bongodrummer 209,954 210,878 924 bertus52x11 207,306 208,583 1,277 Hiyadudez 207,443 208,336 893 uniqueutopia 205,975 207,671 1,696 sunshiine 196,396 201,608 5,212 knife141   200,357 - comodore 197,465 198,192 727 janw 192,457 193,521 1,064 JamesRPatrick 182,770 191,039 8,269 Kaelessin 189,137 189,857 720 iminthebathroom 183,937 186,005 2,068 yokozuna 185,264 185,911 647 Lynne Bruning 183,491 184,240 749 Dr.Paj 177,375 178,129 754 annahowardshaw 173,428 176,562 3,134 bajablue 167,113 169,065 1,952 thermoelectric 167,398 168,653 1,255 RavingMadStudios 167,207 168,397 1,190 Nelson_Yepez 166,197 167,374 1,177 jen7714 156,646 158,469 1,823 ynze 145,621 146,329 708 The Jamalam 141,963 142,336 373 I_am_Canadian 138,691 139,089 398 DJ Radio 127,898 128,651 753 Goodhart 124,855 125,397 542 Jimmy Proton 116,545 118,585 2,040 wizgirl 114,276 116,009 1,733 marc.cryan 111,485 113,257 1,772 The Papier Boy 109,429 110,151 722 Mr.Sanchez 108,539 109,574 1,035 lw119 107,852 108,883 1,031 Killer%7ESafeCracker 99,764 100,220 456 MichelMoermans 98,582 99,343 761 HHarry 93,477 98,358 4,881 dombeef 88,259 88,818 559 Biggsy 85,705 86,419 714 susanrm 82,096 85,675 3,579 mman1506 81,188 81,945 757 Shadowman39 74,990 75,336 346 Re-design 72,413 72,819 406 agis68 72,286 72,668 382 fjordcarver 69,235 71,680 2,445 ajleece 68,624 68,857 233 KoffeeKommando 66,463 68,070 1,607 The Ideanator 66,114 66,649 535 cammers 61,776 62,653 877 arthurb 62,383 62,609 226 beanieostrich 60,321 61,280 959 kelseymh 60,874 61,266 392 TNEN 60,710 61,004 294 LargeMouthBass 58,404 59,423 1,019 Sunkicked 58,409 58,673 264 EmmettO 57,171 57,569 398 TitanTechRobotics 56,269 56,637 368 coolpizzadude 55,902 56,118 216 cdawisconsin 53,837 54,664 827 mkanoap 53,165 53,558 393 jwystup 51,796 52,272 476 TSC 51,653 52,126 473 Berkin 50,825 51,182 357 TabbyDeAnne 49,347 50,895 1,548 knuckel 49,407 49,637 230 Win Guy 48,302 48,956 654 diyoutdoorsman 47,869 48,442 573 nickodemus 46,470 46,961 491 iceng 44,559 45,118 559 blinkyblinky 42,052 45,057 3,005 Z.Backas 43,490 43,811 321 ahrshin 42,835 43,180 345 lilyfrancis 42,790 42,985 195 lizzyastro 41,443 41,960 517 kcls 41,292 41,712 420 MotaBoi 40,283 40,433 150 krysteanuh 37,542 37,990 448 cbm104 37,558 37,817 259 patriots8888 37,512 37,758 246 steveastrouk 36,643 36,895 252 possum888 36,291 36,555 264 Data643 35,147 35,320 173 Rob O 34,768 34,969 201 tqwerty 34,318 34,840 522 Mimikry 34,296 34,767 471 Winged Fist 32,667 33,871 1,204 shadowninja31 33,292 33,482 190 Tornado96 32,088 32,405 317 peguiono 32,243 32,374 131 splazem 30,715 31,129 414 Derin 30,219 30,442 223 zack247 29,477 29,935 458 plane phanatic 29,657 29,858 201 drknotter 28,797 29,209 412 qazwsx755 28,467 28,820 353 CrayfishYAY 28,687 28,811 124 lil larry 27,606 27,967 361 m6233555m 27,759 27,819 60 Knex_Gun_Builder 27,022 27,075 53 monsterlego 25,638 26,597 959 Dr. Pepper 25,031 25,246 215 zurichko 24,523 24,773 250 fdmjh 24,215 24,398 183 Tom Buckey 23,139 23,202 63 aeronut01 23,014 23,165 151 floris2burn 22,941 23,031 90 Legofanatic 22,703 22,893 190 nutsandbolts_64 21,400 21,593 193 ilpug 21,042 21,525 483 Twinmum 21,023 21,482 459 Sorunome 20,225 20,795 570 zascecs 20,737 20,787 50 Nostalgic Guy 19,883 20,056 173 mJusticz 19,341 19,498 157 knexsuperbuilderfreak 18,001 18,042 41 colorex 17,234 17,624 390 acidbass 17,393 17,539 146 knexinventer 16,271 16,556 285 A-Nony-Mus 15,005 15,368 363 username252 14,331 14,560 229 masterochicken 14,207 14,236 29 robot1398   13,989 - NachoMahma 12,370 12,395 25 Kryptonite 11,913 12,018 105 king1000 11,853 11,893 40 Football viking boy 11,622 11,798 176 FrozenStar 11,310 11,469 159 NatNoBrains 11,165 11,296 131 LoneWolf 10,959 11,148 189 moocowdog 10,535 10,602 67 cherishcherub 10,429 10,507 78 RNB 10,021 10,464 443 canucksgirl   9,669 - slithien 9,575 9,613 38 RollerScrapper 8,045 9,361 1,316 Super_Nerd 8,227 8,518 291 Kaptain Kool 6,765 6,939 174 wareneutron 6,705 6,774 69 tbcross 6,324 6,397 73 furrysalamander 5,281 5,911 630 Randomguy65 5,764 5,882 118 MegaMetal8%28Left Ibles%29 5,737 5,765 28 jamesdude 5,653 5,664 11 happyjo 5,398 5,460 62 35Timmy 5,245 5,378 133 ElvenChild 5,177 5,331 154 BladeFyre Studios 5,135 5,166 31 solarblade90 4,943 5,002 59 9400dk 4,828 4,842 14 nfk11 4,378 4,434 56 mg0930mg 4,323 4,347 24 Jag56 4,264 4,328 64 AwesomeSwordGuy 3,371 3,407 36 TheAwesomestDude 3,265 3,328 63 neuropol 3,270 3,307 37 cj81499 2,953 2,957 4 shadon 2,892 2,930 38 gmxx 2,499 2,516 17 LivStoleYourPie 2,250 2,290 40 blueblobbs   2,190 - cyanyears 2,126 2,167 41 White Shadow 1,974 2,059 85 Mutantflame 1,961 1,967 6 iproberry1 1,107 1,385 278 vicvelcro 1,295 1,348 53 FastLearner 1,177 1,195 18 PotatoCoffee 841 956 115 Karma Charger18 834 885 51 kyleslab 708 721 13 daredevil499 580 655 75 Alexvolos1 420 432 12 CeruleanPhoenix 408 421 13 Fr-Pa-Co 400 403 3 heratio 223 223 0 %28YOUR N 220 221 1 lightingever 5 5 0

Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago


Total Views Count - 21/07/2012 soon to be Achiev'ibles

Here's this week's total views count. I'm getting closer to finishing the new version, which thanks to ChrysN will be now be called Achiev'ibles! To summarise, there will no longer be a weekly topic containing your total views gain. Instead you'll be awarded patches for achieving milestones for Total Views, Comments, Instructables, Instructables Featured, Following, Subscribers and Topics. Future updates should see you also getting patches for your Instructable being in a Newsletter and for being featured on a famous blog or website. Lastly, drop to the bottom to see the forum topic's image! Canucksgirl's been working on the patch designs for the new version of the group. They look great! Name 14/07/2012 21/07/2012 Gain scoochmaroo 9794144 9891679 97535 canida 6712566 6755921 43355 fungus+amungus 5742853 5773945 31092 randofo 5310740 5349829 39089 jessyratfink 3706945 3750503 43558 Honus 3482519 3494950 12431 Kiteman 2603923 2614945 11022 Plasmana 2538669 2549528 10859 ChrysN 2202852 2243251 40399 Tool+Using+Animal 2108167 2115854 7687 Creativeman 1720749 1735147 14398 chr 1620175 1633423 13248 mikeasaurus 1614188 1630874 16686 drinkmorecoffee 1612224 1621168 8944 killerjackalope 1484329 1490109 5780 T3h_Muffinator 1420803 1424263 3460 zieak 1407466 1411769 4303 frenzy 1360567 1370957 10390 Weissensteinburg 1308979 1315836 6857 lemonie 1293536 1298383 4847 gmjhowe 1291244 1294297 3053 Frivolous+Engineering 1121987 1126930 4943 mikey77 984363 991965 7602 shesparticular 966022 970387 4365 Brennn10 935057 938783 3726 jeff-o 886912 891299 4387 scraptopower 874137 881773 7636 ModMischief 841158 864593 23435 Mrballeng 811972 855342 43370 aeray 841302 847678 6376 CameronSS 827463 832639 5176 laxap 776524 779767 3243 PKM 773457 776415 2958 depotdevoid 734983 738284 3301 starshipminivan 729555 737014 7459 belsey 713488 717412 3924 Jayefuu 679036 681754 2718 Gadget+Gangster 584472 589175 4703 BrittLiv 524376 527337 2961 AngryRedhead 514622 517863 3241 rimar2000 471792 474640 2848 mary+candy 381937 385076 3139 vishalapr 381594 383643 2049 Spl1nt3rC3ll 374363 376116 1753 Vyger 341325 342835 1510 Greasetattoo 337040 340561 3521 KentsOkay 339095 340450 1355 rickharris 338666 340360 1694 Ninzerbean 323205 325226 2021 scooter76 320024 320531 507 Lithium+Rain 310175 313126 2951 sunshiine 304648 311749 7101 Computothought 293202 297613 4411 Xellers 292042 293756 1714 Technochicken 282198 283684 1486 AndyGadget 276335 278606 2271 knife141 275399 277704 2305 bajablue 265859 270809 4950 justjonty 254891 257149 2258 craftknowitall 224349 250274 25925 Hiyadudez 241552 243102 1550 iminthebathroom 239456 240604 1148 annahowardshaw 237717 240190 2473 bertus52x11 236885 238344 1459 dark+sponge 233746 234237 491 bongodrummer 232856 233649 793 janw 230444 231614 1170 JamesRPatrick 226205 227205 1000 jen7714 214219 216947 2728 comodore 215903 216557 654 thermoelectric 213206 215489 2283 Nelson_Yepez 211993 213541 1548 Lynne+Bruning 210463 211636 1173 Kaelessin 208729 209433 704 yokozuna 204102 204830 728 coolbeansbaby68 203284 204676 1392 RavingMadStudios 195544 196982 1438 Dr.Paj 195797 196513 716 Jimmy+Proton 169572 171938 2366 ynze 166974 167981 1007 WYE_Lance 160368 163430 3062 HHarry 146778 159963 13185 lw119 153569 155731 2162 I_am_Canadian 151569 152072 503 The+Jamalam 151137 151488 351 DJ+Radio 147866 148745 879 marc.cryan 144662 146798 2136 wizgirl 142381 143819 1438 susanrm 136406 139041 2635 Goodhart 138124 138622 498 Mr.Sanchez 130187 130916 729 The+Papier+Boy 129344 129989 645 Killer%7ESafeCracker 124749 126290 1541 fjordcarver 102273 116380 14107 MichelMoermans 114902 115589 687 Biggsy 112201 113297 1096 dombeef 104672 105166 494 cammers 102401 103206 805 blinkyblinky 100994 102618 1624 mman1506 99802 100502 700 KoffeeKommando 91686 92937 1251 monsterlego 82636 87895 5259 Shadowman39 87031 87480 449 beanieostrich 84463 85313 850 LargeMouthBass 83461 84473 1012 Re-design 83210 83702 492 agis68 82505 83020 515 The+Ideanator 76557 76960 403 ajleece 73560 73759 199 diyoutdoorsman 71112 71949 837 kelseymh 71252 71733 481 cdawisconsin 70534 71290 756 TabbyDeAnne 69590 70341 751 Winged+Fist 69106 70106 1000 TitanTechRobotics 68899 69360 461 arthurb 68085 68292 207 Sunkicked 65648 66004 356 coolpizzadude 65503 65933 430 EmmettO 65104 65394 290 Win+Guy 63486 63968 482 mkanoap 62744 63111 367 jwystup 60641 60927 286 Berkin 59294 59635 341 lizzyastro 58165 58814 649 nickodemus 55537 55910 373 iceng 54834 55477 643 knuckel 55120 55419 299 TSC 51766 52114 348 cbm104 50795 51269 474 kcls 50852 51165 313 Mimikry 50237 50776 539 ahrshin 49938 50529 591 ilpug 49365 50503 1138 Z.Backas 49812 50041 229 krysteanuh 48738 49235 497 lilyfrancis 48105 48268 163 razvan_iycdi 44505 45640 1135 steveastrouk 45011 45495 484 tqwerty 45089 45482 393 MotaBoi 45121 45329 208 patriots8888 44982 45261 279 Rob+O 44259 44832 573 Bot1398 43650 44818 1168 possum888 43428 43711 283 zack247 41609 42126 517 drknotter 41522 41900 378 splazem 40970 41411 441 Tornado96 40930 41325 395 qazwsx755 40000 40561 561 Data643 39917 40143 226 canucksgirl 35921 36970 1049 shadowninja31 36635 36787 152 lil+larry 36225 36655 430 Sorunome 35713 36260 547 Derin 35739 35942 203 peguiono 35157 35272 115 plane+phanatic 33557 33743 186 zurichko 31159 31388 229 CrayfishYAY 31007 31120 113 Dr.+Pepper 29782 30002 220 poofrabbit 28326 29225 899 Twinmum 28887 29165 278 m6233555m 29021 29079 58 Knex_Gun_Builder 28927 28997 70 fdmjh 28273 28476 203 nutsandbolts_64 27731 28013 282 Legofanatic 27704 28009 305 aeronut01 27481 27700 219 colorex 26205 26555 350 bwrussell 26205 26370 165 mJusticz 25728 26148 420 Zaphod+Beetlebrox 24652 25857 1205 floris2burn 25396 25506 110 Tom+Buckey 25044 25106 62 mistyp 23747 24054 307 Nostalgic+Guy 23633 23743 110 RollerScrapper 22965 23320 355 robot1398 22637 22975 338 knexinventer 22419 22668 249 zascecs 22419 22475 56 acidbass 22144 22354 210 username252 20908 21088 180 A-Nony-Mus 20757 20983 226 knexsuperbuilderfreak 19112 19165 53 bricabracwizard 18616 18846 230 iproberry1 16561 17294 733 Football+viking+boy 16687 16853 166 LoneWolf 15908 16072 164 Mahmoud+Alaa 14812 15959 1147 Super_Nerd 15499 15829 330 masterochicken 15691 15759 68 Kryptonite 15486 15722 236 RNB 14382 14522 140 NatNoBrains 14257 14398 141 FrozenStar 13824 13904 80 king1000 12975 13024 49 NachoMahma 12920 12942 22 moocowdog 12373 12452 79 cherishcherub 12118 12168 50 furrysalamander 11879 12046 167 TheMacyC 11389 11630 241 slithien 11454 11551 97 Kaptain+Kool 10951 11089 138 35Timmy 9722 9905 183 tech+dawg 9101 9601 500 wareneutron 9128 9268 140 thegeeke 7929 8387 458 tbcross 7880 7922 42 Randomguy65 7587 7749 162 emilyvanleemput 7075 7648 573 ElvenChild 7220 7307 87 happyjo 6941 7001 60 MegaMetal8 6675 6739 64 solarblade90 6184 6229 45 jamesdude 6187 6210 23 BladeFyre+Studios 5922 5963 41 Jag56 5852 5953 101 BLUEBLOBS2 4929 5879 950 nfk11 5664 5697 33 TheAwesomestDude 5234 5284 50 White+Shadow 5007 5147 140 rockhardmj 4912 5126 214 9400dk 5020 5038 18 mg0930mg 4744 4757 13 neuropol 4616 4686 70 iApple+guy 4410 4522 112 AwesomeSwordGuy 4208 4241 33 shadon 3729 3761 32 LivStoleYourPie 3482 3525 43 cj81499 3074 3085 11 cyanyears 2957 2983 26 PotatoCoffee 2817 2902 85 gmxx 2844 2867 23 Black+Panther+Knex 2292 2313 21 vicvelcro 2199 2239 40 j.g.kuster 2111 2157 46 Mutantflame 2123 2125 2 The+Chunky+Sniper%21 1757 1806 49 FastLearner 1596 1611 15 daredevil499 1522 1551 29 protolabs 1110 1185 75 kyleslab 1058 1082 24 Jeff+Kallaus 1037 1045 8 CeruleanPhoenix 806 823 17 Alexvolos1 607 610 3 Fr-Pa-Co 479 483 4 %28YOUR+N 267 270 3 heratio 247 249 2 schumi23 127 132 5 lightingever 14 14 0

Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago


Total Views Count - 13/07/2012

Here's this week's total views count. To get on the list and have your stats monitored each week and get patches, join the group. If you joined since last week's run, you won't be on the list yet since the script to update the database with members isn't working yet. I hope to get it fixed this weekend. I also need a new name for the group. Over the next week I will be able to automatically hand out patches every day for Total Views, Comments, Forum Topics, Number of Instructables, Number of Followers, Number Following, Answers and Best Answers. With this in mind my weekly forum topic every friday will contain: 1) A list welcoming all the new members that have joined that week 2) A list of who's been awarded what patch that week so we can see each other achieve important milestones 3) A list of links to lists like the one below, one list for each type of stat so that you can compare your progress to your friends. So I need a new name for the group to reflect these changes, since total views count no longer reflects what the group will do. Please make suggestions in the comments below. I'll try think of a good prize for the best suggestion. Name 06/07/2012 13/07/2012 Gain scoochmaroo 9670028 9780763 110735 canida 6657519 6706656 49137 fungus+amungus 5711630 5739708 28078 randofo 5212765 5305827 93062 jessyratfink 3657557 3702111 44554 Honus 3467797 3481038 13241 Kiteman 2588854 2602215 13361 Plasmana 2523009 2536885 13876 ChrysN 2158326 2199126 40800 Tool+Using+Animal 2099302 2107207 7905 Creativeman 1703660 1718972 15312 chr 1604709 1618374 13665 mikeasaurus 1595317 1612513 17196 drinkmorecoffee 1600881 1611043 10162 killerjackalope 1476643 1483563 6920 T3h_Muffinator 1416754 1420324 3570 zieak 1402150 1406908 4758 frenzy 1345887 1359279 13392 Weissensteinburg 1299736 1308074 8338 lemonie 1284224 1292907 8683 gmjhowe 1286808 1290927 4119 Frivolous+Engineering 1116051 1120587 4536 mikey77 977033 983520 6487 shesparticular 960542 965491 4949 Brennn10 930316 934557 4241 jeff-o 882726 886316 3590 scraptopower 863400 871913 8513 aeray 832771 840486 7715 ModMischief 816737 839633 22896 CameronSS 819310 826843 7533 Mrballeng 802042 810189 8147 laxap 772728 776182 3454 PKM 769876 773106 3230 depotdevoid 730992 734582 3590 starshipminivan 719764 728662 8898 belsey 708406 712952 4546 Jayefuu 675497 678700 3203 Gadget+Gangster 578108 583818 5710 BrittLiv 519667 523924 4257 AngryRedhead 510068 514191 4123 rimar2000 467598 471365 3767 vishalapr 379242 381291 2049 mary+candy 376987 381173 4186 Spl1nt3rC3ll 371993 374129 2136 Vyger 338451 341008 2557 KentsOkay 337402 338918 1516 rickharris 336311 338448 2137 Greasetattoo 332179 336510 4331 Ninzerbean 320479 322947 2468 scooter76 319445 319942 497 Lithium+Rain 306884 309833 2949 sunshiine 295675 304019 8344 Computothought 287153 292608 5455 Xellers 289671 291758 2087 Technochicken 280037 281994 1957 AndyGadget 273556 275928 2372 knife141 271969 275094 3125 bajablue 261325 265307 3982 justjonty 252368 254643 2275 Hiyadudez 239600 241342 1742 iminthebathroom 238070 239295 1225 annahowardshaw 234606 237374 2768 bertus52x11 235409 236751 1342 dark+sponge 233209 233704 495 bongodrummer 231917 232747 830 janw 229114 230331 1217 JamesRPatrick 224908 226068 1160 craftknowitall 213154 222933 9779 comodore 215037 215824 787 jen7714 210778 213892 3114 thermoelectric 210304 212936 2632 Nelson_Yepez 210075 211814 1739 Lynne+Bruning 209488 210373 885 Kaelessin 207796 208656 860 yokozuna 203165 204006 841 coolbeansbaby68 201631 203096 1465 Dr.Paj 194730 195680 950 RavingMadStudios 194074 195350 1276 Jimmy+Proton 166863 169220 2357 ynze 165813 166710 897 WYE_Lance 155400 159877 4477 lw119 151325 153304 1979 I_am_Canadian 150869 151526 657 The+Jamalam 150696 151100 404 DJ+Radio 146834 147716 882 HHarry 144129 146563 2434 marc.cryan 143403 144468 1065 wizgirl 140744 142242 1498 Goodhart 137479 138060 581 susanrm 133342 136072 2730 Mr.Sanchez 129250 130069 819 The+Papier+Boy 128630 129266 636 Killer%7ESafeCracker 123033 124578 1545 MichelMoermans 114003 114807 804 Biggsy 110807 112072 1265 dombeef 103982 104605 623 cammers 101116 102296 1180 blinkyblinky 99019 100791 1772 fjordcarver 98243 100227 1984 mman1506 98914 99678 764 KoffeeKommando 90748 91589 841 Shadowman39 86281 86947 666 beanieostrich 83242 84366 1124 LargeMouthBass 82285 83338 1053 Re-design 82631 83167 536 agis68 81963 82443 480 monsterlego 78870 82414 3544 The+Ideanator 76100 76498 398 ajleece 73266 73525 259 kelseymh 70703 71209 506 diyoutdoorsman 70243 71028 785 cdawisconsin 69574 70433 859 TabbyDeAnne 68745 69494 749 Winged+Fist 68032 68979 947 TitanTechRobotics 68166 68842 676 arthurb 67816 68060 244 Sunkicked 65232 65584 352 coolpizzadude 64900 65444 544 EmmettO 64758 65053 295 Win+Guy 62930 63430 500 mkanoap 61890 62698 808 jwystup 60273 60603 330 Berkin 58717 59236 519 lizzyastro 57181 58078 897 nickodemus 55093 55492 399 knuckel 54746 55093 347 iceng 53979 54763 784 TSC 51359 51718 359 kcls 50432 50802 370 cbm104 50199 50718 519 Mimikry 49553 50166 613 ahrshin 49588 49917 329 Z.Backas 49556 49782 226 ilpug 48274 49252 978 krysteanuh 48255 48675 420 lilyfrancis 47933 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Posted by Jayefuu 6 years ago


ArduinoISP Does Not Support PORT Commands?

I was planning to make a drum machine that only requires two pins on the Arduino and so, wanted to use an AtTiny85v but it gives me errors like: 'DDRD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats.cpp: In function 'void setup()': ArduinoBeats:97: error: 'DDRD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats.cpp: In function 'void playKick()': ArduinoBeats:288: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats:294: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats.cpp: In function 'void playSnare()': ArduinoBeats:304: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats:310: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats.cpp: In function 'void playHat()': ArduinoBeats:320: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats:326: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats.cpp: In function 'void playCrash()': ArduinoBeats:335: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope ArduinoBeats:341: error: 'PORTD' was not declared in this scope I had named the sketch ArduinoBeats so that explains all the ArduinoBeats stuff. Does anybody know how to add this command to the AtTiny library? Any help would be appreciated. Here is the code from Little Scale: /* Arduino Beats by Sebastian Tomczak 6 April 2008 */ // Working Variables byte byteA; byte byteB; int delayTime = 100; int barLength = 16; // Beats byte bar1[] = { 1, 0, 1, 0, 2, 4, 1, 2, 1, 0, 1, 0, 2, 1, 3, 0 }; byte bar2[] = { 1, 0, 1, 0, 2, 0, 1, 2, 1, 0, 1, 0, 2, 2, 2, 2 }; byte bar3[] = { 1, 3, 1, 3, 2, 3, 1, 2, 1, 3, 1, 2, 1, 1, 4, 4 }; byte bar4[] = { 1, 0, 1, 0, 2, 2, 0, 2, 2, 1, 1, 4, 1, 1, 4, 4 }; // Samples byte kick[] = { 127, 80, 42, 5, 165, 242, 241, 233, 128, 73, 48, 22, 127, 69, 55, 113, 151, 183, 209, 217, 223, 228, 233, 215, 161, 117, 91, 76, 65, 49, 37, 31, 31, 48, 83, 120, 146, 166, 183, 198, 206, 210, 209, 199, 178, 145, 111, 88, 78, 73, 69, 67, 72, 80, 88, 97, 109, 124, 137, 150, 163, 171, 174, 172, 168, 160, 144, 125, 114, 110, 108, 104, 104, 106, 109, 110, 112, 117, 124, 129, 135, 142, 145, 145, 143, 140, 137, 132, 128, 125, 122, 119, 118, 119, 119, 119, 118, 118, 120, 124, 126, 129, 132, 135, 137, 137, 135, 132, 131, 130, 129, 128, 126, 126, 124, 123, 121, 120, 120, 122, 123, 124, 126, 128, 129, 130, 130, 131, 131, 131, 130, 130, 130, 129, 129, 128, 126, 125, 125, 124, 124, 124, 124, 125, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 129, 129, 129, 129, 129, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 128, 127, 126, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126 }; byte snare[] = { 127, 215, 65, 212, 56, 102, 135, 122, 51, 201, 220, 46, 175, 80, 152, 95, 123, 116, 184, 155, 59, 122, 100, 161, 143, 173, 101, 155, 97, 73, 112, 98, 176, 96, 140, 77, 134, 109, 132, 149, 112, 149, 97, 161, 98, 151, 98, 155, 149, 112, 157, 103, 133, 106, 167, 97, 166, 108, 129, 124, 136, 146, 124, 136, 129, 150, 94, 130, 105, 141, 146, 128, 129, 99, 150, 121, 141, 99, 142, 116, 131, 114, 118, 143, 127, 143, 115, 144, 120, 137, 109, 129, 131, 139, 129, 113, 144, 119, 145, 117, 135, 129, 134, 136, 124, 130, 130, 139, 121, 136, 121, 132, 128, 127, 126, 122, 130, 126, 138, 120, 136, 122, 131, 123, 130, 128, 127, 128, 118, 132, 125, 131, 122, 131, 125, 131, 122, 126, 128, 126, 129, 121, 129, 123, 132, 129, 127, 131, 123, 128, 125, 130, 123, 131, 123, 128, 131, 129, 128, 126, 125, 124, 131, 121, 124, 129, 130, 126, 124, 126, 127, 130, 125, 126, 128, 126, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 125, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 125, 128, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 126, 128, 126, 127, 126, 128, 125, 127, 128, 128, 126, 126, 128, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 128, 128, 126, 128, 126, 126, 128, 128, 126, 126, 128, 128, 126, 126, 127, 126, 128, 126, 126, 128, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 126, 126, 126, 128, 128, 126, 128, 128, 126, 126 }; byte hat[] = { 127, 128, 225, 217, 99, 38, 61, 153, 152, 144, 133, 73, 122, 144, 65, 188, 87, 170, 164, 111, 122, 151, 114, 88, 174, 77, 140, 92, 122, 141, 156, 124, 121, 123, 126, 133, 132, 139, 119, 120, 127, 141, 130, 122, 129, 127, 132, 121, 139, 118, 130, 131, 129, 132, 130, 134, 126, 128, 130, 126, 122, 132, 129, 127, 131, 126, 128, 127, 126, 125, 127, 125, 128, 125, 128, 128, 127, 127, 126, 127, 128, 128, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 128, 127, 128, 126, 127, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 128, 126, 126, 128, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 126, 127, 126, 127, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127 }; byte crash[] = { 127, 128, 225, 217, 99, 38, 61, 153, 152, 144, 133, 73, 122, 144, 65, 188, 87, 170, 164, 111, 122, 151, 114, 88, 174, 77, 140, 92, 122, 141, 156, 124, 121, 123, 126, 133, 132, 139, 119, 120, 127, 141, 130, 122, 129, 127, 132, 121, 139, 118, 130, 131, 129, 132, 130, 134, 126, 128, 130, 126, 122, 132, 129, 127, 131, 126, 128, 127, 126, 125, 127, 125, 128, 125, 128, 128, 127, 127, 126, 127, 128, 128, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 128, 127, 128, 126, 127, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 128, 128, 126, 126, 128, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 126, 127, 126, 127, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 126, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 126, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127, 127 }; void setup() { DDRD = DDRD | B11111100; //In attempt to try and use an ATtiny, I got an error here } void loop() { for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar2[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar3[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar2[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar1[j]); } for(int j = 0; j < barLength; j ++) { playBeat(bar4[j]); } } // Playback Functions void playBeat(byte beat) { if(beat == 0) { for(int i = 0; i < 256; i ++) { delayMicroseconds(analogRead(0) + 1); } } else if(beat == 1) { playKick(); } else if(beat == 2) { playSnare(); } else if(beat == 3) { playHat(); } else if(beat == 4) { playCrash(); } delay(delayTime); } void playKick() { for(int i = 0; i < 256; i ++) { PORTD = kick[i]; delayMicroseconds(analogRead(0) + 1); } PORTD = 127; } void playSnare() { for(int i = 0; i < 256; i ++) { PORTD = snare[i]; delayMicroseconds(analogRead(0) + 1); } PORTD = 127; } void playHat() { for(int i = 0; i < 256; i ++) { PORTD = hat[i]; delayMicroseconds(analogRead(0) + 1); } PORTD = 127; } void playCrash() { for(int i = 0; i < 256; i ++) { PORTD = crash[i]; delayMicroseconds(analogRead(0) + 1); } PORTD = 127; }

Posted by blinkyblinky 6 years ago


How to ride DH safely

1. Always wear a helmet, wear body armor as well when needed (how much depends on course, and what you find to be suitable) at all times. 2. Look ahead of you. The faster you are going the further ahead you should look. 3. Stay focused and try not to concentrate or think while you are going at high speed, this tends to slow you down and/or cause accidents...practice alot and everything should come naturally with flow! - Before a run get a song or something that gets you "in the mood" in the back of your mind,and go for it - before you know it you'll be through the track/race no problem...you should all ready know the track turn for turn before doing this. 4. Make sure your tires have appropriate tread on them and are not cracking/damaged 5. Check your bike over in the parking lot before going up the lift. Ride it around and check the brakes and tire pressures. 6. Get enough sleep before riding and especially before racing. 7. Don't drink or get high before racing or riding (you can do it, and seen it done, but if you want to win or want to be safe...don't) 8. Stay relaxed and dialed in on the bike, be as relaxed as possible mentally before you start a race but be pumped physically at the same time. 9. Know the track as well as you can before racing it (the later steps will go into greater detail on how to do this). 10.Learn to 'pump through the ruff stuff'-pull up on the face and push down on the back side of bumps/rocks/landing trannys, etc... 11. Stay light on the back brake as much as you can and try to lock it as rarely as possible if at all...it may cause you to wash out. Only lock the brake on extremely sharp turns or to get into a turn if a cuttie won't be efficient enuff. 12. Try to go as fast as you can when you can-->PEDAL PEDAL PEDAL like a bat out of hell in the open or out of turns when/where ever you can. 13. Practice "cutties". 14. Buy the "Fundamentals" DVD available here on pinkbike.com or at most bike shops and study it...take notes if you have to. You will find how to do "cutties" on the DVD as well as many many more "fundamentals" for DH riding-----> BUY IT, you will be glad you did. 15.Off camber: make sure you weight your outside foot and stand the bike on the egde of the tire, that way it will stick 16. Rock gardens: the faster the better- you will bobble across the top and be on you way before you know it, rather than getting packed down and ending up with major arm pump. 17. Braking: only ever do real braking in straight lines, you can brake on corners but do it conservatively and only to slide around sharp turns better as it may cause you to wash out as mentioned above. The less you brake the faster you go and fast riding is a winning formula- think about that. 18. >>>Don't Crash It can have you out for the rest of the season and that can prevent you from winning races----obviously. Just dont ride like an idiot and attempt things that will probably end in you getting hurt. Ride within your limits! 19. (Words of Pro Down hiller Steve Peat from the "fundamentals" DVD mentioned above) "Stay as light as you can on the bike and pump through the back side of rocks or rough sections as a skateboarder pumps a vert ramp" to gain or maintain speed and momentum. 20. Trust your tires throughout the course. If you believe and have faith in your tires grip, chances are they will have grip fine. If you don't trust your tires and BELEIVE that they wont grip and you will probably fall, chances are they won't grip and as a result you will indeed fall. 21. Walk the track and look for new lines or which lines are best to take and are the fastest 22. Tuck when ever possible to conserve energy. Pedal hard in the open spots before the ruff stuff then tuck and pump and repeat. 23. True your wheels to increase your speed and pedalling efficiency 24. Don't use big fat mud bog tiresfor DH(i.e. 2.6"-3.0") EVER...unless your DH course happens to be a downhill mud swamp 25. Learn to brake with out losing traction , this helps in straight line braking before turns. 26.Push yourself in the warmups, (not stupidly) and give 95% of what your maximum was when you were pushing yourself, in the actual race. This way you wont fall, but you are still hauling a$$. 27.Practice shift points, it is very important to be in the right gear at the right time or youll be sucking wind trying to pedal a flat stretch in too high of a gear. On a fast stretch where you need to begin pedaling to maintain that speed, youll be spinning out. Know what gear to start in and what gear you need to be in at every point in the track. 28. If all else fails look fast across the finish line where everyones watching. 29.When learning, set your fork/and or shock harder than you would normally, this will teach you to use to body rather than relying upon the bike. 30. Try to pick memory markers for your self; tree stump, odd looking rock, etc... and break the course down in your head so you can become very quick overall. 31. Practice simple skills such as manuals (good for roots), Hops, roots/rocks) and of course cutties 32. Commit to berms, brake on a berm and it will end it tears, aim to "rail the berm" to do this - hit the berm at a speed that isnt too fast (this will cause you to slip up it) and not to slow (you will slip down and is slower duh) The ideal speed should carry you round as g forces will push you into the berm. 34.Take a couple of the "Learn to race" clinics offered before many of the sanctioned races. 35.Play with your set up, everything from seat angle, to brake postioning- it can all make a big difference. The more comfortable you are on the bike the faster youll go, the steepness can be different for each course(for instance) so tweak it a little each time but dont EVER change your entire setup before a race. 36.When walking the course, look back up at it. You will find new lines looking up rather then down. 37. While riding (including in the air) never squeeze the seat with your knees. This makes it impossible to flow smoothly, and makes you a ridged weight to be tossed around at the mercy of the trail. It may feel safer, but it will cause you to wreck and lose speed when you would not otherwise. In the air also, it you pinch your seat then you can not compress the lip and extend for landing. Also you can not whip and prepare for upcoming turns and bumps. The ONLY time that pinching your seat would be appropriate is when doing a suicide no hander which, if you can do it without loosing speed, is a cool way to entertain the crowd. 38.Learn to crash,it is an important skill to have that will save you alot of trouble in the long run. 39. Work your way up to the big stuff. Even if you are a good rider always warm up on an easier trail then go for the harder stuff you set out to conquer. Same for riding in general- dont go tackle the hardest trail on the mountain without first being able to do the easy ones---this may sound somewhat obvious but alot of people just cant get this bit of logic into their skulls without being told directly. 40. If the drop doesn't have a great tranny, hit it with more speed. this will cause you to have increased foreward momentum and less downward ( static ) momentum and make the landing smoother. let your bike go off the drop first. 41. If you are in the air ( off a jump drop or whatever... ) and your back end starts to dip too much, tap your back brake, this will cause the front end to dip forward. ( this is used all the time in Motocross) WARNING: Use this with caution and only when its a neccesity. 42. XC riding will make you faster. I always love watching the out of shape downhillers crossing the finish line and nearly having a hear attack. The more tired you are the more mistakes you make and the more likely you are to get hurt. Pedal! Then pedal more! 43. Train like a mofo. During my DH racing times I would spend the summer mornings doing 5-8 runs on local dh trails then dirt jumping and XC riding in the afternoon= Legs that were strong/fast as hell. Dont forget to train in the off season too. 44. Develop a training schedule not just for biking and racing but to keep in shape in general. The more you ride the better you will be. Like Ito was saying, do as much of each mountain biking discipline as possible with emphasis on Down hill. Cedric Gracia wins because he is a great all around rider as is Minaar. 45.Commit to the front end of your bike in corners. Watch Sam Hill, no-one does it better. NOTE: BEFORE DOING THIS, make sure you have practiced it and know how to do this technique at speed (Note is courtesy of Iceboy) 46. Don't pedal like a mad man out of the gate. Pedal, but let your bike gather speed and focus on keeping it. Racing comes down to one thing - exit speed , in particular your speed out of corners. Wait until you feel the flow before you start pushing it harder. If you pedal too hard from the start you'll flip in 60 seconds and get back on your bike a go harder to make up the time. Then you'll flip again. Speaking from experience on this one! It's all about being 'zen'. At least that's what all the dudes who keep beating me are telling me. Learn how to go as fast as you can through turns and sections to know your limits. 47. Make your riding FEEL slow when you are going fast! If you feel fast it's because the trail is catching up with you too quickly for you to process all the info in a comfortable time frame. Probably because you are too busy worrying about going fast and not feeling the flow. Look out, you are about to flip. It's that zen thing you're missing. 48. Practice having FLOW in all your riding, down hill (speed as well as flow), Dirt jumps (flow), XC(speed and flow), what ever (FLOW)... 49.Dont be intimidated by other riders, stay focused on what you have to do not what they are doing, if they crash pay atention to why, and try not to make the same mistake. 50. Learn to go over jumps at as high a speed as possible with out overshooting or losing speed by going too high. Jumps and learning to land them without thinking is a VERY beneficial skill to have... (if you want to stay low coming of jumps learn to soak up the lip...you will go just as far but you'll stay lower) 51. When doing a j-hop, bunny hop or going up the face of a jump don't forget to push into the ground and then come up to get more air. 53. The rougher the place you are riding the more ralaxed and flowy you should be trying to go . 54. Spend time at the track and just watch other riders(especially how they are going through the tricky sections that you are having trouble with), see what they are doing wrong and try to not make the same mistakes, also watch for where the speed spots of the section are. 55.Read Brian Lopes's & Lee McCormick's book " Mastering Mountain Biking Skills", this book covers everything you need to know in great detail from top to bottom, it is with out a doubt the most comprehensive guide for how to ride/race mountain bikes and how to handle and practice everything involved in riding. I HIGHLY RECCOMEND IT, and would say that it is the BIBLE for Mountain Biking! 56.Look where you want to go not at what you are trying to avoid. if you stare at the tree you are trying to go around instead of the trail around it you will more often than not hit the tree. 57. As mentioned previously-The faster you are going the further ahead you should look, always look at what lies further ahead when riding downhill AND avoid staring at your front wheel--staring at your front wheel will slow you down drastically and often will lead to crashing. 58.To re-inerate what Harding.Thomas was saying; do not focus on obstacles like stumps logs and rocks, because thats were you will go instead of where you want to go. In essence, keep an eye on where you want to go and you will go there. Do not look down at what your riding over, let your bike deal with the terrain, thats what its for. This is a very important tip to increasing speed and improving flow. 59. Before you go riding, I find that a simple 10 minute warm up on flat land and practicing tight turns and j-hops helps loosen you up and calms you down If you have any other tips, tell me! ill post them in the list.

Posted by struckbyanarrow 7 years ago


Tracking down the speed problems on a laptop.

I've copied the conversation here so we could remove the information from the original instructable's comments.  I figure this would also be of some interest to other forum viewers who may have similar problems, or may be able to chip in. The long and short of it is, 92033 (Ed) has a refurbished laptop that takes literal hours to run a YouTube video on.  I suspect that it's due to a bottleneck with his internet connection.  Here's the conversation thus far: ---------------------------------------------------------------- 92033 (Ed): Thank you kindly for your prompt reply...appreciate it very much. I came across this site by accident in searching for something else and now I'm 'hooked' on it. :) So far I've read over 400 archived posts (whew)...as well as looking at the videos. The videos are somewhat of a problem because this new laptop only has 512 mg memory...LOOOOOng time to load. For example...to watch a SLOW 5-minute You Tube video takes 5-1/2 HOURS to load...keeps showing a couple words at a time...need to get two new memory chips to upgrade to 2gb. Thanks again...Take care. ---------------------------------------------------------------- eddems: I think you're basic download speed is killing ya, not the laptop. check you're speed at Internetfrog.com, if you see the link near the bottom for the old test, run it, I like it's graph of upload and download speed much better. ---------------------------------------------------------------- 92033: Thanks much. I'll check it out. I ordered a 1gb SDRAM Memory chip which just arrived yesterday. Hope this speeds things up a bit. ---------------------------------------------------------------- harley_rly: i hear u man, my computer is hopped up, but i live out in the sticks and have dialup...i only get 24kbps at most :( ---------------------------------------------------------------- 92033: Maybe there's hope for 'us' yet. :-) I phoned Tiger Direct to see cost of an upgrading memory chip to go from 512mg to 1-1/2gb. The guy I talked to suggested I get "PC TUNEUP 2.0" which bypasses the Windows Operating System (I'm using Windows XP Pro) and speeds up the system. I gave it a try and ordered the CD (cost $39.98 - $44.77 postpaid). It hasn't arrived yet but will let you know if it helps as he claims it will. He said that if I just ordered a 1gb memory chip my system wouldn't notice much improvement as it is, but this CD should do the trick. THEN...when I DO order the Memory chip(s) to get total of 2gb my system should zip through like a rocket with the CD just ordered. I'll let you know when I get the CD and about the results. Just hope I haven't thrown forty-five bucks to the wind. Thanks for the contact...appreciate hearing from you. TAKE CARE. ~ ED ---------------------------------------------------------------- Javin007: PC Tune-Up "bypasses the Windows Operating System?" This guy fed you a load of crap. (I work on computers for a living.) PC Tune-Up does nothing more than clean up registries, defragment harddrives (if your OS even needs it, some don't) and keeps drivers up to date (which you could do manually.) That guy's an idiot, or just a liar. Could be both. Unless you were buying PC Tuneup 2.0 from Tiger Direct, in which case we can add "sleazy salesman" to that. What are the specs of the laptop? Go to Start/Run and type in DXDIAG. This will give you a quick snapshot of the specs. Specifically, I'm curious as to the processor speed/type. For a 5 1/2 hour "load" you're more likely looking at network slowdown issues (although 512 megs for XP is WAYYYY too little. I HATE when they put PCs together like that). The RAM upgrade will show significant speed increases, but no improvement with YouTube videos or other downloads. I'm glad to see you are returning the CD. ---------------------------------------------------------------- 92033: Thanks much for your input...appreciate it very much. I checked the DXDIAG as you recommended. Here's the info on it: IBM ThinPad Laptop PC. Model # 23738TU. Intel Premium M 1.70GHZ. 512mb SDRAM Memory chip.Page File- 351mb used,513 mb available. Direct Version-Directx 9.00 (4.09.0000.0904). 512 mb SDRAM-Actual 212 Ram. AVAST Anti-Virus. MS Windows XP-PRO.. Dialup Speed-40kbps. PC2700 SDRAM 512mb Memory Chip installed. I ordered 1bb memory chip which arrived yesterday. Now I have to figure out HOW to remove the bottom of this laptop to install it...lotta small screws on it. :-) Oh, total memory shows 32mb. I don't know if this means much to you. I note your comment that the added RAM memory WONT (?) speed up loading YouTube videos? Is that correct? If so, why not? Thanks again. Take care. ~ ED ---------------------------------------------------------------- Javin007: :) At the risk of boring too many people, here's how memory in a PC works: You have two kinds of memory: RAM, and Hard Drive (technically there's three, as there's also onboard video RAM on video cards, but this is primarily used for 3D video game textures, so can be mostly ignored.) Your harddrive's read/write speed is determined by the type of harddrive it is (most are SATA now) and the rotation speed (most are 7200 RPM, though the specs for your system say yours is only 5400 RPM, but there are 10, 15, and even 20K rpm models out there that are exponentially more expensive.) No matter what, harddrive memory will always be degrees slower than RAM. RAM on the other hand is a small chunk of memory that is "temporary" memory, but very fast. Its speed is determined by the type of RAM (DDR2 being the current common one for notebooks, though DDR3 is available with some motherboards (you can ignore this, though, as you can only handle 2 gigs max of DDR with your system). The motherboard will determine the limits for the RAM that can be installed.) When running *ANYTHING* on your computer, and I mean ANYTHING, it must first be loaded into RAM to be accessed by the CPU. The computer doesn't directly access the harddrive. So this means when your operating system is loaded (Windows XP) the entirety of all running processes for the OS have to be loaded into RAM. Now, Microsoft claims that Windows XP only requires a minimum of 64 megs of RAM, but recommends 128 megs. I challenge you to find me a Windows XP system that only uses 128 megs out of the box. It's not atypical for an XP system to chew through all 512 megs of your RAM, leaving no RAM available for other applications. (Interestingly, the default setup for your laptop is only 256 megs of RAM, yet yours is reporting 512.) What happens when there's no RAM left? The system has to then start trading things into what is called "Virtual Memory." VM is nothing more than a file on the harddrive that will temporarily hold information that SHOULD be in RAM, so the RAM can load more info. For instance, say you have a process that's using RAM, but you want to watch your YouTube video. As the video is ready to play, the system will take the other process's data that's in RAM, write it to the harddrive, load your video into RAM in its place, play a portion of it, write the video to the harddrive, load the data for the process to RAM, let it run for a split second (so it doesn't lock up), write it back to the harddrive, load your video into RAM and play a short clip, etc. etc. etc. The result of low RAM on your system is that applications will open slowly (seconds or minutes, instead of instantly or a few seconds) and they will seem slow to respond, will stutter, etc. With enough RAM, your system can freely open as much as it needs into RAM, and ignore the virtual memory and all the slowdowns that it causes. Now, all of this being said, NO lack of RAM will cause a streaming video to take 5 1/2 hours to play. This is 100% going to be related to your downspeed. (Go to www.speedtest.net and post your results.) RAM slowdowns tend to be most noticeable when shutting down, or starting up your computer, apps will open a little more slowly, they will be slower to respond to button clicks, and video will be very choppy. Anything that is causing a YouTube video to take HOURS will be due to the system simply waiting to get the video in the first place. RAM wouldn't slow down the receiving of the video, but it would cause the video to play weird once it's downloaded. So, all this being said, here's the summary: Your system has a 1.7 Ghz processor, and your RAM is most likely 333 Mhz DDR. If you bump your memory up to a gig, you should see a pretty significant improvement in that your computer will, overall, just "feel" faster. It'll be more responsive, and working with large documents will be many, many times faster. This won't, however, affect your YouTube experience (unless you were getting jittery video often, not the same as "buffering" video.) If you see "buffering" for a long time, your internet connection is your bottleneck. A test on www.SpeedTest.net will likely confirm this. However, if you get decent numbers on SpeedTest, then we could have something more sinister going on, though I suspect you'll find your numbers well below the 1 mbps rate. This brings us to actually changing the RAM. I've been out of the PC hardware realm (professional programmer now) for a few years, and was unable to find a manual for your particular model. However, if memory serves, this image should be a fairly accurate representation of the underside of your system: http://www.javin-inc.com/temp/thinkpad.JPG Don't quote me, but I BELIEVE the red circle will indicate the only screw you will need to remove to access the RAM. There should also be a small clip holding the RAM in place that you'll want to pinch to get the RAM out, and make sure that the new RAM snaps into place. (Sometimes you'll have additional empty RAM beds, and you can just put your RAM in there and end up with 1.5 gigs, but I suspect you'll have two 256 gig chips in there.) ---------------------------------------------------------------- 92033: Phew. Thanks again for your most indepth educational lesson. I appreciate all your help more than you realize. I attempted to answer this last night, typing in more than twice the amount of text as your to me, then suddenly realized there was a glitch and I was on another page...lost it all into the ionisphere. :-( Rather than try to retype all I wrote, I shut 'r down and went to sleep. Now I'm trying to recall all I wrote last night but failed to get mailed. I'm not a traditional typist, rather a one-finger bloke so you can understand the frustration there. I do, however, type at a reasonably good speed. With that said, let's continue. I went to search for Configuration of this IBM Laptop ThinkPad 23738TU and am copy and pasting it here. It's relevant to what I have to say...here it is: ********************************************************************************** Overview Specs Features Includes Warranty Supplies IBM ThinkPad T42 2373 Specifications Part # 23738TU Key Specifications IBM ThinkPAD T42 2373 Manufacturer IBM Manufacturer Part # 23738TU Processor Type Intel Pentium M 735 1.7 GHz Data Bus Speed 400 MHz Cache Memory Type L2 cache Installed Size 2 MB RAM Installed Size 256 MB Technology DDR SDRAM Memory Speed 333 MHz System Type Notebook Storage Hard Drive 40 GB, 5400 rpm Storage Controller Type IDE Optical Storage Type DVD ROM Read Speed 24x (CD) / 8x (DVD) Display Type 14.1" TFT active matrix Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI MOBILITY RADEON 7500 Video Memory 32 MB Max. Resolution 1024 x 768 Audio Output Type Sound card Audio Codec AD1981B Compliant Standards DirectSound, AC '97, SoundMAX Telecom Modem Fax / modem Max. Transfer Rate 56 Kbps Protocols & Specifications ITU V.90 Networking Networking Network adapter Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet Expansion Expansion Slots Total 1 x front accessible Expansion Slots Total 2 ( 1 ) x memory 1 ( 1 ) x CardBus - type II Interfaces 1 x docking / port replicator, 240 pin docking 2 x Hi Speed USB, 4 pin USB Type A 1 x parallel, IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP), 25 pin D Sub (DB25) 1 x display / video, VGA, 15 pin HD D Sub (HD 15) 1 x infrared, IrDA 1 x modem, phone line, RJ11 1 x network, Ethernet 10BaseT/100BaseTX, RJ45 1 x display / video, S video output, 4 pin mini DIN 1 x microphone, input, mini phone mono 3.5 mm 1 x headphones, output, mini phone stereo 3.5 mm Miscellaneous Features Locking device keyhole (cable lock), administrator password, hard drive password, power-on password, asset ID, IBM Embedded Security Subsystem 2.0 Compliant Standards ACPI 2.0, ACPI 1.0b, FCC Class B certified, CE, MPR II, UL, BSMI, cUL, NOM, VCCI-II Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Professional Software Included Adobe Acrobat Reader, PC Doctor, IBM Rapid Restore Ultra, IBM Update Connector, InterVideo WinDVD, IBM Access Connections, IBM Access Support, Access IBM,(OEM) Battery Technology lithium ion Capacity 4400 mAh Average Run Time 5 hour(s) Installed Qty 1 Ambient Temperature Min Operating Temperature 50 °F Max Operating Temperature 90 °F Humidity Range Operating 8 - 80% Dimensions (W x D x H) Unit 12.2 in x 10 in x 1.1 in Weight Unit 4.9 lbs Warranty 3 Years Limited Warranty on parts and labor. IBM 23738TU Summary ********************************************************************************* NOTE...I DON'T BELIEVE THIS...I JUST TYPED FORTY MINUTES REPLY HERE and it instantly scrolled up like speed of lightning and disappeared like last night. I'll ATTEMP to try again later. So please don't reply yet as you need to read my discoveries in changing the RAM chip. Meanwhile, thanks again...take care. ~ ED ******************************************************************************* TRY #3...I'm Back :-) Your diagram showing where the RAM chip is located was right on. Thanks. Here's my DISCOVERY :-( The RAM chip installed was NOT a 512mg...but only a 256mg chip. The ads ans specs say it's a 512mg...NOT SO. I was lied to by either the manufacturer or refurbishing company who removed the original 512 chip and reinstalled a 256 chip. I was lied to by the Tiger Direct guy on the phone. There are NOT two chip slots...only one. So I now have a useless removed 256mb RAM chip. Replaced with the 1gb RAM chip I just installed. So instead of having 1-1/2 gb RAM, I only have 1gb. Here's the crux. To. go to 2gb RAM I'd need to buy a full 2gb RAM CHIP and discard the 1gb for which I just paid $39.99 ($45.00 with s/h). This means another output of almost a hundred dollars plus the $45.00 just wasted because they wont accept return once the sealed chip plastic was opened...even though I had no idea there was only ONE SLOT in this PC instead of TWO like the Tiger Guy said. Now...crux #2...this new 1gb RAM does nothing more to increase speed. I just watched a 2.01 MINUTE YouTube video which took a HALF HOUR to load, so I threw the money away for nothing, eh? There is no noticeable change except the 'speed' shows it now as 41.2 kbps instead of 40 kbps. Okay...now HOW do I get to speed this thing up to normal viewing in real time? I also saw an ad for 4bg RAM Gateway laptop with 120gb hard drive for $404.99 which is all suped-up with everything. I had to upgrade a LOT since I got this only four months ago...taking over a hundred hours to load it, like Internet Explorer 5 to 6 and then to 8 and now to 9. I'm using AVAST Anti-Virus, after trying for 23 hours to get ADVAR, then find out it didn't load because of problem on the servor's end. Added Firefox and upgraded twice. Loaded MS Protection but it created more problems so I deleted it...now with AVAST which I like. Soooo...I've literally spent over 200 hours to get this thng where it's at now, plus the wasted money for the upgraded RAM chip.and I still don't have increased speed. HOW do I get it? IF the processor has to be changed does this mean I have to gut the thing and install a new motherboard? If so, what kind of money cost are we talking here? I bought this four months ago as a refurbished unit only because I was able to get it on payments of only $25.00 a month. If I had to wait to get $400.00 cash I'd never have it. :-) Okay...that's it for the moment. Thanks much again for your help offering and detailed instructions...appreciate it more than you realize. Best Wishes And God's Blessings To You And Yours In Everything Always. Most Respectfully... ~ ED  ---------------------------------------------------------------- Javin007: Well, let's start with the RAM. If you're running windows XP, you can assume all the extra processes (virus scanners, and whatnot) will be eating up about 512 megs of the RAM. First thing to do is check DXDIAG again (start/run) and verify that it's now reporting the correct amount of RAM. (Don't be surprised if it's like 9 hundred something megs or slightly more. It won't report 1024 or 1 gig.) This being said, that will leave you with the other 512 for your applications. This box won't be running the latest and greatest 3D games, but I suspect it was never intended to. If the heaviest hitter you'll have running is along the lines of photoshop, the 1 gig of RAM you have now should be plenty sufficient. I wouldn't worry about getting 2 gigs. Not for this rig, anyway. Also, Avast is a great (and free) virus protection, every bit as good as Symantec's Norton, so good choice there. If your youtube videos are choking out, we need to start by verifying that it's an actual speed throttling problem. Go to www.SpeedTest.net and run the speed test. Come back with the results.

Posted by Javin007 8 years ago