Instructables seems to be more popular!

Wow first instructables has sprint ads and now toyota ads. I think instructables is really getting more popular i see more and more new members join. Wow i think instructables.Growing do you think instructables is growing?

Topic by Easy Button 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Inexplicable Popularity

This is an issue that has always puzzled me, and more recently affected me. And it is entirely based on the phenomenon of an old forum topic being suddenly and randomly restored to the front of the board after an extended vacation to the back of the list. My topic, "Facebook for Nerds" has been one of the recent reincarnations to be affected and no matter how much it pleases me that someone new felt a need to comment on my original post, It begs the question of "why now" and "why this one"?  

Topic by Bigev 9 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Are Jeans popular worldwide?

Are blue jeans as popular in countries outside of the US? I commonly think of them as a quintessentially American leg covering, usually due to Mr. Strauss and the fact I see more people wearing them than any other type of Pantaloon. Because of my lack of foreign travel, I have a somewhat limited view on the subject and would like to know more.  

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


How to popularize instructables?

How can I make my instructable more popular, as there have only been about 100 views Thanks

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


How i make my instructables more popular? Answered

I want to make my instructables mor popular. . what can i do?

Question by DIY hacker 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


No more pro memberships?

Hi, I am wondering if you have stopped giving featured instructables pro memberships? My latest instructable was feature an popular but I didn't get a 3 month membership like I did when my last two were featured. I am also having trouble on the contest pages, when I view them I try to vote and it says I am not logged in.

Topic by JM1999 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Which is More Popular; K'NEX Guns or K'NEX Ball Machines?

Instructables K'NEX Community, In your opinion, which is more popular on Instructables; K'NEX guns or K'NEX Ball Machines? Please post your answer below. Thanks!, -The Knex Inventor

Question by The Knex Inventor 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


How Can I Get My Instructable More Popular?

I've Made An Instructable https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-Bathroom-Set And I Want More People To See It. Have Any Tips?

Question by JoeyHersh 7 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Where do I get my science?

Since joining Instructables at the end of September, I've jumped into several discussions of scientific topics, not all of which are directly related to my specialty (experimental high energy physics). Why should I pose as any more of an "expert" in these different areas than anyone else?Well, I shouldn't (pose, that is). In the interests of disclosure, I thought I'd post some of my general sources for scientific information. I'm also hoping these might turn out to be of interest to other I'bles community members. PhysicsFor current research, I skim the arXiv preprint archives every day or two and see what's out there. These are technical papers intended for peer-reviewed journals, so they are generally not accessible to the lay public.Physics Today This is a "general interest" publication of the American Physical Society, intended for physicists but not for subfield specialists.PhysicsWorld from the IOP, similar to Physics Today. Non-physics ResearchNatureScienceBoth are peer-reviewed journals, but cover a full range of fields, including physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, and more. Popular Science NewsNew Scientst Generally good, but also includes a sprinkling of non-traditional speculative articles, so be a bit on your guard!Science NewsScientific American I actually get this one on paper, in the mail...I also highly recommend the Science & Technology articles in The Economist. As I've commented elsewhere, they have some of the best (both in language and in technical detail) journalistic coverage of science that I have found anywhere.Update 15 Nov 2008: With thanks to GorillazMiko,Science Daily Books, Books, BooksI read. A lot. Stephen Jay Gould, John McPhee, Oliver Sacks, a wide variety of "popular" science books.

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


Is the "Popular" sort function in Contests Broken?

Looking at the sorting in contests when you sort by "Popular" 'ibles with fewer views (both daily and since creation) are ranked significantly higher than others with more views (Daily and since creation). 

Question by XaqFixx 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


Back-room inventors' contest.

From the Popular Science website: World-changing devices don't need to come from big labs funded with big money. Sometimes radical technological innovations roll, whir, or fly out of basements and garages. Do you know you've invented something that's poised to disrupt a market, or have you toiled building prototype after prototype in your home workshop to prove your idea works? Whether you're a professional engineer working on a self-funded side project, a hobbyist who has launched a successful crowdfunding campaign to refine your gadget, or an obsessive teenager who's built a sellable product in your bedroom, please tell us about it! Enter the seventh annual Popular Science Invention Awards. We’re looking for game-changing products developed by passionate, independent inventors -- not academic or corporate R&D; labs. Popular Science editors will pick 10 entries that best represent the spirit of homegrown ingenuity and solve real-world problems in a practical, innovative way. Then, in our May 2013 issue, seven million readers will get the first look at the winners. This is right up your street, Instructablers, because you have to make a thing, that you can show working, and you are not allowed to enter if you have a commercial or university research department backing you up. Link for more details.

Topic by Kiteman 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago



How to make my Youtube video be seen?

How to make my Youtube video be seen? I uploaded a video and i followed youtube advice to add a bunch of tags on it. But it's already 1 week and it only gained a little less 300 viewers. I already made some advertising moves like video response( but no one approved it due to that it was not a response to their video, is that supposed to be? I don't know, im a first timer). I did some other ways, although i can say it worked since some youtubers posted comments on it, and so far, all are positive but i came to an idea that these are the people i invited to have a glimpse on my video. Does that mean i have to invite some more(but i've already invited a 50+ i think)? So, I was thinking, my video is not seen. I know about the youtube promotion where you pay for every click, but i can't afford it. Is there any good youtube culture to make my video be seen? Please share what your minds are made of.. Please Thanks. uhm yah.. the link: just go to youtube, search for ShadowZinger, that's the name my channel.. the title of my vid is "Big Bang Male cover I dont Care". that's not exactly the title. Thanks. thanks and good day

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


Your instructable became popular ... again?

Maybe you could change the "your x became y" message to be different for each tier?  The email seems to be identical each time the popularity rises, and that just feels like spam. I don't really get the badges, either.  I thought at first it worked like the badges on stackoverflow. Instead of simply telling someone "your thing is not crud" you could award them a badge for being ++good, and have different badges for each tier.  Naturally, the email would have to be different for each badge, etc.  You could further motivate people by letting folks see each other's badge list.  Almost any action a person makes could be a badge - even a badge for having every other badge! I'm just thinking... young people.  play too many games.  they get game mechanics.  so reward them in a similar way, and they'll feel like contributing more.  work that pokemon "gotta catch 'em all" addiction.

Topic by aggrav8d 8 years ago


Contest, no recent, popular, or veiws buttons anymore?

Just noticed the way you view contest has changed, so how are they arranged now? I thought they might be by most recent, but they seem to be a bit more random.  Just a question why the change?

Topic by liquidhandwash 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Two "Bugs" Monte....For Lack Of A Better Title

Not sure this will reach the correct, interested parties:  Is it just me...why does it take so long to moderate the contest entries?  Instructables guidelines states up to 48 hrs...I am trying to enter the gardening contests and it's been over 5 days in at least one example.  It appears Instructables is failing the community, at least for this member, again!  Frustrating to spend considerable time and effort on this end only to have it end in frustrating neglect on your (staff's) end.  I detect discrimination, but am not sure exactly how to classify it, or even that it needs classifying...discrimination is discrimination!  A second point:  This is actually a bug report; on this issue, at least. I have received 4 or more notifications that one of my instructables (how to make mulch rings/mats) has been  rated as popular, without ever having been featured. So that is two errors of commission alone.  Another frustration, and all those months of free membership?  Not likely, would appreciate if your de-buggers can illuminate or eliminate these issues. Thank You. Cman

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


Eric Wilhelm and Christy Canida on Popular Mechanics

Check out Christy Canida & Eric Wilhelm on Popular Mechanics website for the article: 25 Makers Who Are Reinventing the American Dream   "More than the work he did at MIT while earning a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, it was his passion for kite surfing that led Wilhelm to create Instructables. Launched in 2005 with his wife, Christy, and colleagues at the design firm Squid Labs, the DIY website quickly became a forum for step-by-step instructions—the kind Wilhelm had been distributing to fans of his handmade boards and sails. The site, which was bought by Autodesk in 2011, now features more than 100,000 user-generated projects in fields from cooking to woodworking to electronics." Check out the video interview with them on Popular Mechanics. Also, Totusmel gets a shout out!

Topic by Penolopy Bulnick 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


New popular algorithm, digest comment emails, all step preference, and more!

It was ready Halloween night, but we were too busy partying and trick-or-treating, so this new release had to wait until last night. It's got a bunch of great new things:New popular algorithm with a popular RSS feed. New popular Instructables will be added to the top of the popular list. For the time being, there will be about one or two new ones every day, and you can follow them in your RSS reader. Bear with us for the first few days as we fine tune the algorithm and it starts to catch what's popular now (we loaded it up with a bunch of old popular Instructables so the list wouldn't be empty). Digest emails. Within your email alert settings here you can now choose to get an hourly or daily email digest of all your new comments. We'll send you the full text of any comments and a link so you can respond. All steps preference. Do you prefer viewing a project with all the steps on one page? You can now choose that view as a default. Look for that setting under "Update persona" here.Plus, there are bunch of other small tweaks, fixes, and improvements. Let us know what you think!

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


Popular Mechanics Takes a Tour of Pier 9

"Inside Instructables' Kooky, Creative Warehouse Wondershop" "There's a place where artists can create whatever they want, using the most advanced equipment on the planet. It's in San Francisco (of course). In a warehouse (of course)." Come read the article to hear more about the Pier and what some of the Artist in Residence are up to!

Topic by Penolopy Bulnick 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Please read: An urgent appeal from Instructables member The Ideanator

I’m an I'bler. Like the thousands of others who write and publish Ibles, I have tons of fun doing so, and I can tell you, I wasn't expecting to get this big. I am finally adding more Ibles and other things to my profile, to build a resume, and to develop my semi-technical writing skills. Since I've joined, I've had over 37,100 total views, my goal is to top 40,000 by new years. Instructables, in all its glory has produced some incredible view totals. It’s a stretch, It would take about 500 views per day overall to get there. Please help me get to that 40k total, its as easy as peeking through my I'bles. The Ideanator Instructables member. To get you started: Mounting an LCD screen on the wall in your shop/lab The ever-popular geek bling A DIY magazine holder A large number of photos I took at the Maker Faire here in Detroit, some pretty good photos. A clothing "organizer" of my own design

Topic by The Ideanator 8 years ago  |  last reply 8 years ago


Instructables update - image URL upload, popular and feature notifications, a new header, and more!

We made an update to Instructables last night and added:- Upload an image from a url (http://...my.jpg). Look for this as a new pull-down menu anywhere you upload files.- A fix for a paging bug on large page numbers.- New header design that lets us better integrate our contest announcements, and gives us a spot for leaderboard ads, which a few advertisers have literally been begging us to support.- Popular and feature email notification. If your Instructable makes it to the featured or popular list, we'll send you an email to let you know. - The search page now has a big text field and pull-down menu, which should make it easier to use.- and a bunch of minor improvements and bug fixes.We're always trying to make Instructables better and add fun new things. Let us know what you think!

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


New contest page layout; no recent, popular or views buttons

I just noticed the new layout for the contest pages, and I think they look great. However, one thing I noticed was that you can no longer sort entries by views, featured, etc. I miss that; you could see how successful the instructables were, and it gave you the chance to see more than just the most recent entries at a glance. Is there any chance of bringing back the sorting feature?

Topic by M3G 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


need some ratings!

Need some ratings so we can become a little more popular and have more people join! plz rate us!

Topic by XI3 11 years ago


LED, the trend of the future in the lighting industry

LED is more and more popular worldwide. I think it should be the trend of the future in the lighting industry

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


Instructables, Popular Science, and TreeHugger "Go Green!" Contest Results

Instructables, Popular Science, and [http://www.treehugger Treehugger] are pleased to announce the winners of the Go Green contest!The entries were fantastic- check the full list of projects as well as the winners for more great ways to green your life.Grand PrizeThe grand prize winner will receive a Breezer Liberty hybrid commuter bicycle with pedal-powered lights, an Instructables robot t-shirt, a brief write-up in a future issue of Popular Science, and a 1-year subscription to Popular Science magazine.Hydroponic Bog Garden (Water Recycling) by BiotankFirst PrizeEach first prize winner will receive a Solio Universal Hybrid Solar Charger (TreeHugger review here), an Instructables robot t-shirt, and a 1-year subscription to Popular Science magazine.Bicyle Power for Your Television by bdwhaleyGeodesic Dome Greenhouse by yes2techHow to MAKE PV Solar Panels by VIRONPortable 12V Air Conditioner --Cheap and easy! by CameronSSSolar Thermal Water Heater For Less Than Five Dollars by TheNaibSecond PrizeEach second prize winner will receive an Instructables robot t-shirt and a 1-year subscription to Popular Science Magazine.Build your own flat panel solar thermal collector by iwilltryCart Bike by zieakComposter (Drum Style) by jdlinkFree Air Conditioning by VygerGrow organic food without spending $ by gowithfloHack a Toilet for free water by gregorylavoieHow to save water in gardens and small-holdings: the Scrooge Bottle by KitemanMake an Evaporative Terra Cotta Beer Chiller by jolshefskyRecreate a Vanishing Ecosystem : The Eastern Vernal Pool by Tool Using AnimalThe Wind-up Headboard Reading Light by peterwbrownAll winners should watch their inboxes for a private message with prize-claim instructions.Thanks to our judges, who carefully read through all 63 eligible entries:arwen; canida; Dave Prochnow, PopSci; Doug Cantor, PopSci; ewilhelm; fungus amungus; Graham Hill, TreeHugger; John Mahoney, PopSci; Ken Rother, TreeHugger; Mike Haney, PopSci; noahw; numberandom; reno_dakota; seedlingproject; Shayne McQuaid, TreeHugger; stasterisk; T3h_Muffinator; TetranitrateFor more information on how we judged, click here for the full results.

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


In need of help. What can I do to make my craft project better and more popular?

I had recently made my own school bag out of some, of my excessive amount, of scrap fabric, took pictures of its creation, and then added it to instructables.   I have minimal views and no comments. I feel that I have done something wrong in making it or showing how I made it.   Can someone give me advice on how to make this better for future references.  I know it is entered in the back to school contest but I am not trying to make myself win now, since I messed up.  I just want to fix it for later. This is the school bag. https://www.instructables.com/id/Messenger-Bag-Style-LaptopSchool-Bag-W-Adjustabl/

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


knex or lego?

Well knex or lego? i think i already know whats going to be more popular lego but for me its knex Whats your favorite

Topic by Easy Button 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Homemade electric oil diffuser for a popular feline pheromone... Is this option possible?

I am wondering if it is possible to construct an electric oil diffuser for a popular feline pheromone that creates a calm environment for cats. The current price on one of the those dispensers is upwards of $35, but the pheromone oil itself is much cheaper. I am in need of at least two more, which will end up being pretty pricey.  I am at a complete loss on how to construct one, as well as knowing about the inner mechanics of an electric (plug-in) oil diffuser. I can however, follow any advice or instruction on how to build one.  I have heard of using reeds with essential oils, but could it work with the cat pheromone? Would this even be logical considering my cats will probably knock it over? Anything helps, thanks! http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41lrpwvftmL.jpg http://www.feliway.us/

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


Instructables Partnership?

Has Instructables considered a partnership program like YouTube? Like a 'pay per hundred views' program for more popular users.

Topic by Chikpeas Brother 5 years ago  |  last reply 5 years ago


How to age Paper

I have added the first instructable for aging paper, I would think that this project would be more popular on the site. Heres the link: https://www.instructables.com/id/How_to_age_Paper/

Topic by paperhacks.com 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


How do I know whether or not by grade 8 crush likes me? Answered

I'm in grade 6 and I really like this guy but he's in grade 8 and I rarely ever see him. I only started seeing him more when he got in trouble so when I enter the school in the morning he's always there facing the door helping with the lunch "tickets" that I get everyday just to get his attention and even then it feels like he likes me but I'm not sure because he's always so emotionless around me and when I go to get lunch with my best friend, my crush only says hi to my best friend and looks at me I always feel he's eyes on me the only time we ever talked was when I first meet him I asked his name and he smiled and replied, the second was at lunch when I was laughing like crazy and he came up to us and started laughing too cause he over heard me saying something so weird and crazy to a friend of mine and everyone was like what, so yah I really don't know if he likes me or not?, I keep getting mixed messages and somethings it feels like he's ignoring me By the way I'm 5'3 and he's like 5'7 or 5'8 (I don't know why I added that in :>) and he's like the jock of the school, he's popular, cool, and calm and I'm well known around the school but I wouldn't say I was popular, I'm too confident for my own good and I'm not afraid to voice out my opinions and I think that me and my crush are a perfect match

Question by itsmorlaxo 3 years ago  |  last reply 3 years ago


Leatherman Freetyle or skeletool?

Out of the reviews I have read, the Freestyle is the more popular of the two tools but I would like to hear some opinions on the two. Is the skeletool worth about 20 euro more for a screwdriver and clip and how does the freestyle fare as a multitool? Please tell me your opinion below. . .

Topic by Cyclone1764 6 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


How do I build a Solid State guitar amplifier with 15-30 or more watts?

I've heard about the popular gainclone amps and seen a few, but none of them were for guitar it seemed. I'm looking for anything- guides, schematics, etc.- to help me build a solid state guitar amplifier. I would like for it to have at least 15 watts. Anything goes. Thanks in advance!

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


Help semi auto Knex gun!!!

Can someone help me to make a semi auto Knex gun that shoots pieces mine just needs a mag. The more popular person to volunteer to help will be accepted.

Topic by Megatezzz 7 years ago


Which is better?

Well i was just wondering which do you think is better ask.com or google.com i know google is more popular but which one is overall better? ask.com:pros: Can see screen shot of website. shows pictures of the search item on the side. shows blogs on side. gives you suggestions. I thinks thats it now for google. google.com:pros: Most browsers have a little bar at the top for searching. Most popular searching site. Can't think of anymore.. ask.com:cons: Not very popular All i can think of. google.com:cons:doesn't have all that stuff that ask.com has. That seams to wrap it up. What do you think is better? Also if you have any thing to add on the pros and cons list post them here.

Topic by Easy Button 11 years ago  |  last reply 11 years ago


Habbo vs Runescape

Ok, to settle the question of which is more popular, which game is the best? I don't wanna know the popularity, I just wanna know opinions... We are talking about Habbo, and Runecape, I don't really want to hear about outside or instuctables because those both are better anyways... and are their any other online games that are better? This is going to be a fun * 2 um 2 um*. If you get that, just commment, it is a hidden message. my Habbo username: baseballboy578Runescape username: brooks578

Topic by ellomate56 11 years ago  |  last reply 7 years ago


Car Mods

Has instructables ever considered featuring some of Mightycarmods videos/DIY's? They are getting more and more popular every day! If you haven't seen them, check out their youtube channel:  http://www.youtube.com/user/mightycarmods?feature=chclk It's entertaining and very helpful and has saved me money so far! What do you guys think?

Topic by jmacman12 8 years ago


Instructables... A TV show?

Yes, yes I know there was/is the Ibles TV streaming vids but...What if we have a proper Instructables TV show?In each episode the cast (who don't behave like a bunch of bumbling, mumbling, caffeinated baboons) can demonstrate how to do a few of the more popular ibles, and give some tips on DIY and whatnot.Authors of the ibles used on the show could get paid a small commision... *has vision of Kiteman rolling in a big pile greenbacks wearing bling-bling*... Or perhaps not.But I think it would be a good idea, it would increase traffic on the site, get more ibles submitted, and on the whole increase the popularity of Instructables. PBS or Discovery might take it up (I prefer PBS personally)...

Topic by KentsOkay 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


What Is Your Favorite Genre Of Music

What is your favorite genre of music? Who is your favorite artist? What is your favorite song? This is basically my attempt in seeing how many people like what type of music and if rap is becoming more popular than anything else (it's all I see on TV anymore). Please answer these questions or ask more about music in general here. This will also help me get to know you all better and hopefully cause more people to join this group.

Topic by Dr.Paj 11 years ago  |  last reply 6 years ago


Recent entries should come first on Home Page

I feel that the newest published Instructables should automatically come up first. That way they will get more views,  because people will know that they havn't seen them before. If you want to see what was the most popular (or other), then you can select it. The ones that have already gained an amount of approval will continue to do so because they already get most prominance, and people are likely to view them because someone else has deemed them worthy. Thanks for looking.

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


K'NEX Guns or K'NEX Ball Machines? You Decide.

Which is more popular on Instructables.com: K'NEX guns, or K'NEX ball machines? Please post your opinions below. (Note: Credit for the ball machine picture goes to sandroknexmaster, and partial credit goes to dr. richtofen for the gun)

Topic by The Knex Inventor 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Homemade Wolverine Claws

These DIY Wolverine claws let you get a little more into the popular X-Men character. These claws release by flexing a muscle and can totally take on an army of mutant cardboard boxes. Homemade Real Wolverine Like Claws X-Men - The best home videos are herevia Gizmodo

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


Too many forums

There are too many forums. Here are some popular forums I've found. Please list more forums and we can create a master list of them.forumshttps://www.instructables.com/http://mindstorms.lego.com/NXTLOG/default.aspxhttp://www.vexforum.com/http://forums.makezine.com/http://forums.homechemlab.com/http://www.spudfiles.com/http://www.botmag.com/forum/http://rcpowers.com/http://www.vexfan.com/http://forum.robotevents.com/forumdisplay.php?f=146http://4hv.org/news.php

Topic by starwing123 10 years ago  |  last reply 10 years ago


Knexwise, do you prefer decent iron sights or a decent dot sight?

So which do you prefer... which do you think would be more popular... This should have really been a poll... but oh well. I meant in terms of looks... because knex guns are so inacurate that it barely makes a difference...

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


Comments Functionality?

Your Comments Section really sucks. Actually, it's pretty much non-existent as far as I can tell? There is no way to follow up on comments you've made, (or even find them), there's no subscription, there's not even any kind of sort function. (Newest, Most Popular, Oldest). C'mon.. look at any random internet page, and they will have a more functional Comment engine. It shouldn't take much to improve this.

Topic by FishNinjaY 4 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


Theres a girl in my school that likes me. What should I answer her with if she asks me out?

She is also one of the most popular girls in school, she is very nice, caring, and cute. I also don't know if I should ask her out first. She's a really close friend and I don't want to ruin our relationship. I didn't really even know that she even wanted a think to do with me since today. If I do become her boyfriend, I would get a LOT more popular. But then, I only thought of her as "just a friend" till today. Please help!

Question by NicholasY5 2 years ago  |  last reply 2 years ago


Milk Crates - not as green as you think

I know milk crates are a really sturdy container and popular for a lot of "green" projects. The problem is that they're stolen.  They belong to the dairy whose name is printed on the sides.  Dairies reuse these crates.  They don't discard them, contrary to popular belief. Reusing them would be green if they were discarded.  Sadly, dairies must keep replacing their stolen milk crates.  That means more resources used.  The milk crates outside stores aren't being thrown away; they're awaiting pickup from the dairy driver. Even damaged crates belong to the dairies.  They send them to be repaired and continue to use them. http://www.gotmilkcrates.com/myths-and-misuse.html

Topic by supersoftdrink 6 years ago  |  last reply 4 years ago


'Ibles ideas

There's been a lot of interest in Tesla floating about the community, with some of his more popular accomplishments (or claims depending on who you ask). What I'd like to see happen now is for some new ideas to crop up. In the interest of being thorough, I'll say that the Tesla turbine (and quite a few uses for it) has been done a few times over, and the wireless power is one of the more popular goals as of late. Don't get me wrong, I'm definitely not trying to dissuade anyone from exploring any ideas that have "been done." Rather, I would just like to see what can be done about some of the other ideas, like ball lightning, the earthquake machine, or even an exploration of his work in radio, or any other topics. So, to summarize, if you know of any of his ideas/claims/patents/inventions or whatever, feel free to at least post the idea here, and if you feel obliged, give it a go in an 'ible. Cheers, and good luck!

Topic by BorisTheSpider 10 years ago  |  last reply 9 years ago


Thoughtcrime 2.0

The BBC says 2007 was a big year for bloggers being imprisoned. Worldwide there were 36 confirmed cases of people being arrested for blogging and certain organizations suspect, but cannot verify, that hundreds of more people were."The report predicted that the number of blogger arrests in 2008 would exceed the 36 seen in 2007 thanks to greater popularity of blogging as a medium, greater enforcement of net restrictions, and elections in China, Pakistan, Iran and the US."

Topic by randofo 10 years ago


An Idea for a Connected & Automated Healthcare Platform.

 Watch video demonstration of our Idea of a Connected and Automated healthcare platform. This project is part of a compitition so we need to popularize our video to go ahead into finals. If you like our Idea please share that Youtube link, more view means greater chances of clearing this round. Thank you. YouTube Link: http://youtu.be/J413BVBs6so

Topic by nikhilmaurya10 4 years ago