Kelseymh in Make Magazine!

Our own kelseymh has an article in the latest issue of Make (On Newsstands March 10). The below link may or may not work as it's a 'share with a friend' thing:http://www.make-digital.com/make/vol17/?pg=38±=2&u1;=friend⊂_id=DQEflcHZ6NzQYHe has expanded on his modified crib instructable.Way to go kelseymh!

Topic by rachel 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Rotary magazine

So I've been trying to build again. I had an entirely different project in mind but I noticed that the teeth of gears fit into the grooves of rods. I was experimenting with it quick to see if a gear would make a decent pin lock (it doesn't). I kept toying with it until I went off on this entirely random tangent without planning on it, hence the mismatched colors for the one slot connectors.  Anyway, this is a rotary magazine. Similar to a drum magazine, it's just a magazine in cylindrical form factor rather than a linear form factor. I'm not sure if anyone was able to successfully make one before. This version in particular stores 12 usable blue rods and one extra one that can't be fired. It has a ball joint connector to act as a paddle to help ensure the rods continue feeding without skipping teeth. I don't have many dark grey connectors but otherwise I'd scale this up using red rods and then store yellow rods. It'd be more useful as it'd fit more nicely with a connector body. Currently to maximize ammo use, I'm trying to fire directly from the magazine without feeding it further vertically. The problem is it's obviously an awkward fit. If you imagine a typical 5 layer gun, it'd fit in between layers 1-2 and 4-5 about halfway each. It's entirely doable, but just doesn't look too pretty.   It's nice in that it allows you to store a fair amount of ammo in a relatively compact amount of space, but it's otherwise not a practical storage solution as is. Aside from just trying to figure out how to attach it to a gun, figuring out how to reload it conveniently would be difficult. It -might- be more useful if it can be turned into a roofed, removable magazine. Then at least you can preload them first.  I hope someone can give a weapon that uses this a shot. Perhaps a bolt action for better performance. And again, I'd scale it up to store yellow rods so it's a little easier to use in a standard connector body.  Here's a quick video demonstration and a look inside it at the end:

Topic by TheDunkis 3 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Make Magazine Facebook Group

Hi,just wanted to left you know I started a Make Magazine Facebook group.https://hs.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6231461455ThanksJoe

Topic by joejoerowley 11 years ago


If you've never subscribed to Make, now's a good time.

I love to read Make, when I'm at the bookstore having coffee. I just can't generally justify $15 for an issue, but loved Make 21 and all the rapid prototyping stuff. I didn't quite breakdown and buy it, but I did tear out a subscription insert, 4 issues for $35. Fast forward a week and there's a link on the front page of BoingBoing, right now Feb 01,  5 issues for $30 bucks, and even better if you agree to auto renew you get an additional $5 off, Suh-weet!!!  5 issues for $25, had to get that as a B'day present for myself, too darn good a deal to pass up.

Topic by Tool Using Animal 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Almost DESIGNED for THIS GROUP !

MAKE 16 is out with the front page heading of: SPY TECH!Very cool....LINK to Makezine

Topic by Goodhart 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How to make a magazine cum newspaper holder?

I need to know how to make a magazine cum newspaper holder with paper

Question by yadavnatasha 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Optimum Magazine Capacity

I need to know how much rounds a mag needs to hold in a knex war.  I would like to make a decent semi auto assault rifle that is warworthy. (As in one that will have acceptable range in CQC and insane ROF) Your opinions are welcome.

Topic by TheFoofinator 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Seattle Makers: Make:23 Party July 23rd

Release Party for Make:23 July 23rd, 6pm @ Ada's Technical Books, Seattle, WA MAKE_V23_thmb.jpg The newest issue of MAKE Magazine (Vol 23) features Seattle's 3ric Johanson on the cover with a new weapon in the war on malaria: the Photonic Fence from Intellectual Ventures. Informally, it's a laser-powered mosquito zapper. 3ric, who also opened Hackerbot Labs in Seattle, is excited to have a day-job working with lasers. Join 3ric, other members of the Intellectual Ventures' team, and me at a Make "new release" party at Ada's Technical Books in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood on Friday, July 23rd from 6pm to 10pm. 3ric will talk about how the mosquito zapper works and show video of it in action, a slo-motion high-def sequence which is pretty amazing by itself. We'll have copies of the new issue on hand at Ada's Technical Bookstore. Please help spread the word to Seattle makers who are welcome to bring a project to talk about. Details: What: Make: 23, Mosquito Blaster Release Party When: July 23rd, 6pm -- 10pm Where: Ada's Technical Books 713 Broadway East Seattle, WA 98102

Topic by frenzy 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Make:Project

Has anyone else checked out MAKE:Project?   It looks like a wiki version of Instructables.  Admittedly I'm not a huge fan of the wiki model, but I was wondering what others thoughts were on the site. Personally I'll stick here, but it will be interesting to see where the traffic goes in the future. Hmm, bet the K'nexers' would love the wiki part though.

Topic by Tool Using Animal 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Useless Machine Featured in Make Magazine!

Volume 23 of Make Magazine is now out and it it features the Useless Machine: http://makezine.com/23/uselessmachine/

Topic by Frivolous Engineering 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


MAKE Magazine DIYs vs.Instructable DIY's

I received a MAKE mag  and am curious  about their projects- Are they one up on our Insts? Can we publish in their Mag without repercusions from our published Instructables? Any one.

Topic by mistic 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


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

Topic by The Red Book of Westmarch 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Make Magazine / Boing Boing on Martha Stewart !

While I was paying bills in the back my wife called me out front to see a portion of the Martha Stewart Show that she said I would be interested in. Make's Editor in Chief, Mark Frauenfelder demonstrated such things as the VCR cat feeder, cigar box guitar, and Vibro-bots on the show. Make's site currently has this on their front page @ Makezine.com

Topic by Goodhart 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Make Magazine: Copyright infringement? Or just bad manners?

I just got my copy of Make magazine through the door, issue 11.I had a quick flick through, and I saw something remarkably familiar on page 141 - a spherical speaker array based on a pair of red Ikea salad bowls. Just like this Instructable, posted here over four months ago and a finalist in the laser-cutter contest. In fact, it's the same thing.Is there any mention of Instructables? Not a jot. I'm assuming that the author of the article, Michael F. Zbyyszynski, is our own mzed, but wouldn't it have been nice to mention that the make isn't a Make magazine original? That we had it first?I'm not getting at mzed here, I place the blame firmly on the editors of Make.But, without shelling out for eight back copies of Make, how many other articles in Make have been lifted directly from this site, without credit to the site?

Topic by Kiteman 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


how do you make a magazine release for a pistol?

How do you make a magazine release for a pistol?

Question by kevinray 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


What's Your Favorite Project in Make: Volume 27?

Make volume 27 just came out and it's all about robots! So, for those of you who have already rushed to the news stand or spent the night outside of the Barnes and Noble, I would like to know what your favorite projects are! If you built it post pictures of it. I would also like to congratulate Randofo for getting his wobbler robot into make magazine!       First person to post pictures of a project they built from the magazine gets a patch!

Topic by Robot Lover 7 years ago


MAKE's Gadget Freak Design Contest

MAKE has just launched its Gadget Freak Design Contest. Design a gadget and enter the contest to win $1,000 and have the kit for it sold in the Maker Market. Second and third prizes are $500 and $100. Calling all gadget freaks!

Topic by fungus amungus 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Calling all American Makers

American Maker is an event sponsored by Make and Craft to showcase the work of people just likke you! It is scheduled to take place at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago on September 20th, 2008. The deadline to sign up is September 13th, so it is still not too late to sign up to present (but time is running out). Each Maker that signs up will get a chance to present in front of an audience and panel of judges. The Maker choosen at the end of the day to be best will win $500. Even if you have nothing currently to present, you should go an watch, because this sounds like it will be great fun. (full flier details below)

Topic by randofo 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Any good magazines for Makers?

Aside from the blatantly obvious Make, of course, what intelligent magazines are available for DIYers and those otherwise interested in a wide array of intellectual pursuits?I've been looking at things like Nuts and Volts, Circuit Cellar, Pop Sci., and Smithsonian. Any other suggestions?

Question by Coffeebot 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Do you know how to make a magazine bag?

I want to make it like this: Click here!I'm not familiar with the materials the designer used to make it. If any of you have an idea on how to make a magazine bag, please relay the instructions.

Question by 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


What magazine can you recommend me? Answered

I looking for some magazine like is Make Magazine, so I looking for some suggestions.

Question by dava_2 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Is this the right variable resistor? Answered

I found this schematic from Make Magazine and it gave in my eyes a vague description of a certain Resistor. They label it as a variable resistor, but I've narrowed it down to it probably being some sort of knob that turns. I was just wondering if http://www.taydaelectronics.com/servlet/the-1874/47K-Trimmer-Trim-Pot/Detail is the right resistor? Any help would be great!   Here is the page for the 'Lie Detector'. http://www.apogeekits.com/lie_detector.htm To be honest this is my first ever schematic into circuit I have ever done, and I have done a lot of research. Hope it goes well.

Question by soapdude 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Maker Faire '08 this weekend, May 3-4

The San Mateo Maker Faire is coming up in just a couple of days! The Instructables crew will be there - will you?From the press release:Sebastopol, CA (March 19, 2008) - Last year, over 45,000 people from all across the country (and beyond) came to the Bay Area to celebrate the world's premier event for DIY (Do It Yourself) creativity - Maker Faire! This year, May 3rd and 4th, the event returns to the San Mateo Fairgrounds once again, for what will be the biggest and wildest Maker Faire yet! Put together by Make Magazine and Craft Magazine, Maker Faire celebrates things people create themselves - from electronic gizmos that would make James Bond jealous, to "slow made" foods and homemade clothes that would make Martha Stewart swoon. The event is a non-stop "wow-fest" where surprises and inspiration are as ubiquitous as the festival air."At the surface, Maker Faire is a fun event for people of all ages," explained Event Director Sherry Huss. "But more than just a weekend of creative entertainment, we want people to leave feeling inspired - "that they too can create things, express themselves, and engage the world around them. Our goal is to resuscitate the spirit of American innovation!"Named "Best Special Event" at the 2007 FOLIO FAME Awards, the 2008 Bay Area Maker Faire will put a special emphasis on "Green" living. There will be a huge exhibit featuring Farm Aid's Homegrown Village, a local farmer's market, Swap-O-Rama-Rama's giant used clothing swap, DIY workshops and fashion show, Bazaar Bizarre's crafts fair, a live Prius plug-in car conversion from Bay Area's Calcars.org, and much, much more.Along with the hundreds of Makers displaying their unique creations, specific event highlights from this year's Maker Faire include:Greg Leyh's 19 foot Tesla Towers - live performances dailyWedding Bells! "The Neverwas Haul," a self-propelled 3-story Victorian House, will host the first-ever Maker Faire weddingSaturday Evening Fire Spectacular (extended hours, 6pm - 10pm) - Power Tool Drag Races, Steampunk Spectacular, musical performances, The Flaming Lotus Girls, and moreElectronic Music Fest - an orchestra of musical toys, LIVE bands playing instruments you've never seen before, The Tarantulas Jug Band and much moreThe Life-Sized Mousetrap - a giant re-creation of the popular board gameLUNAR (Livermore Unit of the National Association of Rocketry) will help parents and children build and launch Estes-Cox rocketsThe Electric Giraffe - our huge, 17 foot tall, 1-ton walking robot giraffe will once again patrol the grounds of Maker FaireThe founders of ROBOEXOTICA present the "MindReadingMartiniMaker" and other award-winning cocktail-robotsEducational Robots - robotic demonstrations for two youth robotic competitions: FIRST LEGO League (5th through 8th grades) and FIRST Tech Challenge (7th through 12th grades)"Like Father Like Son" - a local father/son team will be converting a 1967 Honda S90 motorcycle into a state-of-the-art plug-in vehicle"ArtGolf" - the 3-hole artgolf course makes its Bay Area Maker Faire debut. Fore!The Village Blacksmith - new to this year's FaireDiet Coke & Mentos - Las Vegas' famed Bellagio can't match this DIY display - shows both daysThe Institute of the Future Pavilion - what will Maker Faire look like in 2018?Experimental Aviation - The Oshkosh Experimental Aviation Association (eaa.org) will be taking Maker Faire aviation to new heightsCyclecide Pedal Powered Bicycle RodeoMany more headlining activities to be added in the weeks ahead..."This is going to be the biggest and best Maker Faire yet," said Dale Dougherty, editor and publisher of Make magazine. "If you want to see the future of American innovation, this is the place to be."The Details:When: Saturday, May 3, 2008 (10am - 10pm) Sunday, May 4, 2008 (11am - 6pm)Where: The San Mateo County Event Center and Fairgrounds 2495 South Delaware Street, San Mateo, CAAdmission: Adults: $25/$20 in advance; Students (13-21): $15/$10 in advance; Youth (4-12): $10/$5 in advance; and children under 4 are freeFor the very latest information and updates, please visit: [www.makerfaire.com]

Topic by Patrik 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How do I make removable magazines for Knex Guns?

How?!

Topic by SnapFitPieces(: 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


What is the best way to attach a magazine? Answered

Well, sometimes I have problems with making a magazine, and I want one like ironman's with a flexi rod, but then the bullet won't come out and if I put more rubberbands on the pin sticks in the bullet itself. So I need hyelp with making a good choice for a good magazine.

Question by erikos kostarikos 9 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Team up with Make Magizine

Dear Instructables, I am tired of going to so many different sources for great How Tos and DIY projects. This is why I am suggesting that you and Make Magazine should merger.  This way we could get the great content of both the open web content of Instructables and the the physicality of Make Magazine. I love both of you, but I also love a one stop shop. Sincerely, A FAN

Topic by nathb1028 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Copyright

I was recently contacted by a magazine asking the copyright i have with instructables on a specific instructable. Am i able to have them publish the project? Do i need to do anything special like mention instructables? The default license on my account is as follows: Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa) This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms. Others can download and redistribute your work just like the by-nc-nd license, but they can also translate, make remixes, and produce new stories based on your work. All new work based on yours will carry the same license, so any derivatives will also be non-commercial in nature. Should i reset that to some other setting?

Topic by gumbytig 7 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Make your own organic solar cells.

I occasionally see questions from people wanting to know if they can make their own solar cells.Previously, the answer was "no".Now...The latest issue of Science in School contains a "how to" for making organic solar cells from dyes instead of silicon, that produce useful amounts of electricity.Link to "how to".Also in this issue...The archive of back issues is here (can you find my article?).If you browse the magazine, and like it, you might consider passing the URL on to friends, colleagues and potential advertisers. Previously funded by an EU grant, the print magazine is distributed free. The website is funded until October 2010, but the print magazine needs finance (sound familiar?)Anyway, if you are part of, or know of, a company that would like to target their advertising to science educators across Europe, point them at http://www.scienceinschool.org/advertising or contact them directly at advertising@scienceinschool.org

Topic by Kiteman 9 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Wanted : SOPMOD Maker

I need a Knex builder to assist me in making a realistic lokking SOPMOD kit. The more people the merrier. The gun we will be making it for is below.

Topic by Knex Guru 10 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Make Magazine Subscription, possible that I will have an extra one for the right inspiration..

When I subscribe for another year of MAKE, if I can do so within a week or so, I will also be able to "give" a subscription to someone (this may be limited to the USA, I am not sure). All I am in need of is a spark (I have been SOOOO tired lately) of inspiration on something to create for either the Dremmel contest or the Craftsman one. I have in my work room, numerous ic's (from 555's to comparators, regulators, etc), an extra multimeter, a fair bit of "tin" i.e. sheet metal, two old hot air popcorn poppers, a few micro-amp meters, lots of bolts, nuts, leds, a few small gears and recorder guts, two electronic gyroscopes, some random pieces of a lot of things, including caps, resistors, inductors, diodes, and etc. I have been having a hard time of it being creative lately.....but if someone can give me an idea that is acceptable to me (inspiring), I would be able to get them that subscription.   One catch,  we will have to work through someone that everyone can trust as far as getting your name and address to MAKE if I choose your idea(s). Thanks for any effort put forth. . . The time I need to send in for my renewal is drawing close.....if ANYONE in the USA here, that is old enough to eventually share their mailing address (MAKE won't tell me if they will ship the free sub outside the USA or not), and can give me a decent idea of something to build soon,  I will subscribe and send them the free year. Most of the suggestions so far are from people outside the USA

Topic by Goodhart 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Make building in New York?

Hey, I just noticed yesterday, i was walking down third avenue and 81st (not sure about the exact address) and i noticed a building that said MAKE. It appeared under construction, but does anyone know if it is a building of Make Magazine ?

Topic by schumi23 7 years ago


how make a magazine release? for my carboard ak-47

I watch other video but it's very difficult.. help

Question by joylol 9 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


MAKE: television debuts on public television this weekend!

MAKE Magazine, now on the tube!Saw the post on BoingBoing, and thought, might as well relay this over to instructables. SHOW DESCRIPTIONMake: is the DIY series for a new generation! It celebrates "Makers" -- the inventors, artists, geeks and just plain everyday folks who mix new and old technology to create new-fangled marvels. The series encourages everyone to invent, revent, recycle, upcycle, and act up. Based on the popular MAKE magazine, each half-hour episode inspires millions to think, create, and, well, make. Broadcast feed starts January 3, 2009, at 7 p.m. Eastern time.I haven't found a link to which stations will broadcast, if anyone does, say something, I'll add it.LINK

Topic by bumpus 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


how can i make a homemade nerf dart magazine? preferably with a 10 or more dart capacity.

I broke a magazine and i only really need 1 more to replace it.  i don't want to buy a boatload of darts and magazines in a prepackaged kit to replace the busted one.

Question by b0bman 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


botton loading knex rifle help

Hey there,I'm trying to build a rifle based on the KRISS sub-machine gunKRISSBut I'm having trouble building botto-loading magazine (hopper)Obviously, gravity will not do the job...I have tried adding a rubber band to pull the rounds (white rods) up, but it ends up making it quite difficult and time consuming to load since you need to try to pull the band back and then load. My magazine is based off of this designI have tried adding in a little bolt to pull back the elastic, but it is very difficult due to the small width of the magazine (I am very attached to using white rods)Can someone make any suggestions, or explain to me how their's work?Thanks

Topic by zalpha314 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


E Ink to be put on magazine cover

Esquire is going to be celebrating its 75th year with an E Ink cover, the same stuff that's in Amazon's Kindle. There will only be 100,000 copies made for its circulation of 720,000 so grab one if you see it. Magazines always cost two or three times their cover price to make, but this should be way beyond even that. Esquire had to get its own custom battery made and the E Ink can't be too cheap either.So what message is so important for all of this? A flashing message that says, "the 21st Century Begins Now." Link

Topic by fungus amungus 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Rubber Band Ammo Clip

Is there a way to make a clip that hold rubber bands that can be loaded on the bottom of a rbg?

Topic by MattGyver92 10 years ago


how to make fireplace log out of paper?

Also using books magazines etc

Question by itsalata 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


KNEX!! i need help to make a good knex gun with a magazine!!! Answered

Could someone please make a clear instructable on how to make a good knex gun with a magazine,PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!

Question by ross007 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Hi-Cap horizontal magazine concept

Here is a concept I came up with a while ago. Basically, it is just a mechanism that allows a normal grey connector mag (I.e. One that would be used vertically) to be used horizontally, and so solving the problem of the low capacity of traditional knex horizontal magazines. However it is not without issues. The model used in these pictures is rather large, and there is an issue where the pusher cannot push the last connector out fully. Anyway, I thought I'd just I'd post this so if anybody is interested, they can use this concept and/or improve it so all issues are fixed. Just make sure to give me credit pictures: 1) overview  2/3)  overview of the mechanism 4) the red rod blocks the rotating mechanism so that no ammo falls out when not in use. Pull it out to initiate feeding

Topic by I.E. 4 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago



The AWESOME Button

Matt Richardson over at Make made an awesome button from the Staples Easy Button. When pushed, the reprogrammed button randomly selects a synonym to the word 'awesome', perfect for thinking of new (awesome?) words to include in a description when writing. As an added bonus, Instructables' own Scoochmaroo is (sorta) referenced briefly @0:20 Check out the video and make one yourself: via: MakeMagazine YouTube Chanel

Topic by mikeasaurus 8 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Mouse mouse makes it big in Germany

The mouse mouse gets noticed in Germany's version of FHM magazine. The little guy speaks the universal language of bizarre and lovable all at once as his popularity continues to grow.

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


NEW knex gun design

This is a gun i have been working on. The cool thing about it is that to fire it all u have to do is pull the trigger and it will pull the firing pin and shoot it. This makes it a billion times faster to shoot. idk if i should post or not so tell me what u think

Topic by extreme builder 11 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


what gun should i make

What knex gut should i make which is... 1. has a magazine (stock) of more than 14 preferred 20+ 2.is not to big 3.dose not use a lot of light brown connectors please respond

Topic by heat-seeker 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Bolt Action, Removable Magazine Slingshot Sniper rifle ( L96 )

Help me guys. Im planning on making a L96 sniper rifle, however the main features have never been on the same gun before. This features are slingshot, bolt action and magazine fed. The idea i had was you pull the rubberband back onto the trigger mech ( maybe something like on Jollex's Dash gun ) then use the bolt to push the bullet from the magazine ( preferably removable ) up in front of the trigger. This means that it would be a repeating slingshot with no friction from the magazine. The main problem would be the bullet staying in front of the trigger but im sure it could be solved. If anyone wants to collaborate your more than welcome :-) Bhuty

Topic by bhuty 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


how do you make the african magazine harden to where they are just like a bead?

I tried using modpodge on beads and covering with clear nailpolish but it does not harden the bead.  It is still plyable not hard enough for a bead. 

Question by lala74 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Is the addition of I'bles to the MAKE forum moderated?

I don't see a way to find this out for myself, so I'm asking the group (esp. the group admins). Is anyone allowed to add their own or other's I'bles to the "MAKE Magazine" Instructables Group? If not, what is the appropriate channel for suggestions or self-promotion?

Topic by kelseymh 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


What other ways are there to store books & magazines? Answered

Looking for a way to make books compact and paperless does anybody know of any other ways to store books & magazines that are paperless and not electronic? The only systems that I know of are micro image sheets, micro-opaque images, microfilm, microfiche, microprints microcards and Stereoscopic viewers but they need magnified readers and are not all that practical for anything other then long term preservation.

Question by JoyfullJuneBug 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Get Cooking for the Fake It, Don't Make It Contest

The Fake It, Don't Make It Contest ends this coming Sunday! That's coming up soon so get out there and make some tasty food. The recipe has to have six ingredients or less and have at least two shortcuts.Prizes include Crate & Barrel gift cards, Real Simple aprons, and a chance to be published in Real Simple magazine. And all you have to do is cook one item. Fake It, Don't Make It Holiday Recipe Contest

Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago