Puppy names!

Guess who got not one, but two puppies? :D And guess who has absolutely no clue as to what to name them? Yeah, that'd be me. So what do you think are some good puppy names? Here's a picture of them, one has an ear that sticks straight up and the other has an upside down white triangle on his forehead. Oh yeah, they're both boys.

Posted by Sunbanks 8 years ago

Puppy vs. Robot!

Puppy vs. Robot. Fight! ...via Suicide Bots

Posted by canida 10 years ago

Puppy Cam


Posted by iMac 9 years ago

Perfect Puppy Buddy

To me, this is not one of the better versions of an imitation pet, but it is still called My Perfect Puppy. Can be seen here....  Or the site info here

Posted by Goodhart 7 years ago

How to make a puppy flower bouquet

Hi, I would love to make my own puppy bouquet for christmas. Does someone know how to make? I would love to see an instuctable about doing this Thanks, knarx

Posted by knarx 9 years ago

133MHz, Linux?

Does anyone have any ideas as to a linux distro suitable for a laptop with the following specs; Cpu: 133 MHz Ram: 32 Mb HD: 1.4 Gb I have looked at puppy linux and vector linux but i can't find a download for the old version of vector and even puppy is to demanding. Any linux distro suggestions or indeed other uses suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Posted by csharpdeveloper 9 years ago

Large calm dog vs. little crazy dog video.

The large one is mine his name is Otis he is playing with my friends dog Charlotte. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urSRs6o1upQ

Posted by dreadyjazz 6 years ago

Please Vote For My Dog

Hey everyone, my dog entered in a cutest pet contest. The winner gets a vet gift certificate thing. He is a puppy and has heartworms. We can't afford for him to go to the vet because he just went about a month ago for parvo. His name is Dipper, and he is a very fun and loving puppy. He loves people and thinks everyones his friend lol, but his best friend is his kitty. He also loves cheese. Thanks for the help everyone, we really appreciate it.  (His title says "Dipper and the piggy"). The link is below. http://tribtoday.upickem.net/engine/Votes.aspx?PageType=VOTING&contestid;=55991#SubmissionDisplay

Posted by musick_08 6 years ago

Favorite Linux distros?

OK guys- time for your inner Linux zealot to come out!My PC now has two hard disks. One has working installations of XP x64 (with all my games) and Ubuntu 8.04 (with all my media stuff) which I want to leave alone. The other is a blank canvas now I've taken all my files off it, and given I have one disk with my primary OSs on it I'm thinking of chopping the empty one into a number of smaller partitions so I can have a multitude of OSs to choose from. I already know XP (32 bit) and Puppy Linux are going on to it, but I probably don't need another Ubuntu so the rest are up for grabs. Which other distros do people recommend?Criteria: they must:- be free (as in beer, not overly bothered about as in speech)- fit into a roughly 20GB partition (with an external /share for big files)- not mess with my GRUB. I'm primarily thinking of the non-Debian family major distros, but relative unknowns are welcome.Related question- I've got used to installing dual boot XP/Linux, you just install Linux second and GRUB plays nicely with XP, but does anyone have experience dual-booting the Windows 7 Beta? Does its fancy-pants new bootloader have issues that preclude easy dual-boot installs?

Posted by PKM 9 years ago

Posters/Slogan Ideas

I'm running for class president =] Any ideas on slogans/posters?I'm going to make a "Free Drinks on Me" poster with an arrow pointing down for over the water fountain. And a "If you won't do it for me, at least do it for the puppy" one with a a picture of a cute puppy.What else should I do?

Posted by Weissensteinburg 10 years ago

Favorite Flavor of Linux?

I have used LinuxMint, Ubuntu, Slax, and Puppy. I must say, Ubuntu is my favorite, followed by LinuxMint. What's your favorite "flavor" of Linux?

Posted by dkop1 6 years ago

New puppy!

I haven't been around too much lately due to some family events. Our beloved dog Roxy passed away after 14 years and that was pretty hard to take, even when we had been preparing ourselves for it for a few months. Roxy was quick to make friends, everyone loved her and she loved everyone back unconditionally (unless you are a squirrel.) A truly wonderful friend and companion. We knew after Roxy was gone we wouldn't last long before another dog entered our lives and she came in the form of a Golden Retriever pup we named Daisy. She's absolutely wonderful and I'm sure she will be making guest appearances in my future Instructables!

Posted by Honus 2 years ago

'Bad things little boys make at home' or 'it was all fun and games until Rex lost his eye!'

Hello all, I just started working on a new card game, the idea was to have cards of common household items that any young boy/girl would use to build something they shouldn't. On each card I'd like to have two or three things you can build with the item... ie. 'Puppy Poo'+ 'A Stick'= Poo on a Stick!; 'Puppy Poo'+ 'Paperbag'+ 'Lighter'= Flaming Bag of Poo. Yes juvenile I know but as a kid these are the things many of us remember... at least if you were one of the kids in art class making smoke bombs with the paints, and blow dart guns with you pens... not that I was...... Anyway, I would just like to know if there is anything you (or 'someone you knew of') build as a kid or last week when you had a bit of 'Gas'+ 'Water Gun'+ 'Lighter'= Flame Thrower; 'Small PVC pipes'+ 'Marshmallows'= Marshmallows Shooter; 'Soda Bottle'+ 'Mentos'= Sticky mess for Mom... you get the idea. Any Ideas you have would be a great help! Thanks, Max

Posted by Jiblet 7 years ago

photo: Polaroid 600/SX-70 => film mod?

I'm wondering if anyone is aware of attempts to use standard process film in a modified Polaroid 600 or One Step type camera... These things are a dime a dozen at Salvo and other such stores -- I'm curious as to an adaptation to, let's say, 120 type film, is possible. Anyone have ideas? The first 600 I just tried to take apart is now in shambles, those puppies do NOT come apart easily that I can tell. Any ideas would be much appreciated. Still attempting to iron out bugs with Kodak Instamatic modification, so far 3 have been murdered in the process.

Posted by peterrabid9 11 years ago

8 - Bit Christmas Music !

8-Bit Jesus is an 18 track album featuring everyone's favorite Christmas jingles, but made with the music and sound effects from classic NES games. It was all amazingly well made by Doctor Octoroc. You can listen to and download the whole album for free HEREHovever Octoroc's 6-month-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppy called Ein, has had to have bladder stone surgery recently. So if you donate $15 the doctor will send you a physical copy of the CD, and you'll help a dog in the process !(The dog is in the 2nd pic)

Posted by =SMART= 9 years ago

I need new shoes!

I've been wearing the same pair of shoes every day since early July 2008, and after gluing the soles back on twice, they're finally starting to wear out. I want another pair just like them, but they went out of production a couple weeks before I got them on clearance. They're Skechers 60562 Ridge Meridians, pictured below. I'm having a devil of a time finding replacements. I want a natural rubber sole that isn't a mud collector, full-grain leather uppers (in as few pieces as possible), preferably low tops (I like ankle movement), fairly wide for my clown feet, and very flexible. Basically this creates a shoe that is comfortable and workable to walk in (I walk a lot) but still tough enough to hold up to sharp and/or flaming things being dropped on them in the shop or in the field. Suggestions for durable replacements? Perhaps Red Wings or Wolverines? How durable are Hush Puppies?

Posted by CameronSS 7 years ago

ideas for a crepe maker?

I've wanted to make a crepe maker for a while but could use some suggestions and advice on materials. My first thought was "I have a spare cast iron skillet and an alcohol burner, maybe I can flip the skillet over and place it above the alcohol burner and a pan below to catch the drips." But I'm sure that is riddled with problems...it wouldn't heat evenly and the bottom of a cast iron skillet is pretty bumpy.  Even with a lot of butter I think it would still stick.  Not to mention the resulting device would be pretty far from elegant. I thought I'd try to crowd-source this puppy.  Any ideas for a funky looking crepe maker?  I don't know much about stove coils and I can't say I trust myself fiddling with that much power, so unless somebody knows of a real safe way to handle that I'd prefer a different heating method. Of course, the cheaper it can be done the better but I'd expect to spend more than the bottom of the line commercial crepe maker (usually run about $50).

Posted by linuxmoose 7 years ago

Wardrivers :/

Last night while collecting the mail, I noticed a glow coming from inside a car. The guy was sitting in the drivers seat with a laptop, and had a small antenna stuck on the roof of the car. He was running Ubuntu and was trying to connect into my wireless network. (WPA2 thankfully). I could even make out my SSID. I thought of knocking on the window, but I had a better idea. Went back inside and disconnected the modem from the router (just in case), and booted up a LiveCD of Puppy Linux. I created a ad-hoc wireless network as bait and waited. 5 minutes later someone was connected. The user connected was Darren-Lap. I got his IP address and managed to SSH into his laptop without any password prompts. Quick Google to see if I could send him any messages through the Terminal. Found a method and sent him a message saying if he didn't leave in 5 minutes there would be consequences. His reply: "F**K YOU! Suddenly the firewall was getting a lot of hits.  A simple "sudo rm -rf /" command sorted him out. (http://is.gd/fE7cL - demonstration) So here's a tip: Try to hack into my network, and be prepared to lose. :)

Posted by asasklfjklasfkljasklfjaklfsjkl 7 years ago

Whats been made allready

Here is a list of all the questions answered as of Saturday 17th - Midday # How to Write a Cover Letter # How to Potty Train a Child - DONE # How to house train a puppy # How to get sap or resin off of a car # How to build a baby gate # How to moonwalk # Tips for being a Gothic Lolita # How to land a plane # What to do in a car crash - DONE # Push start a car # Jump a Dead Car Battery # How to split logs # How to roast a pig # How to make a corsage # How to silence your critics # How to kick-start a motorcycle # How to get rid of foot fungus # Pick a hat that looks good on you - DONE # How to eat healthy - DONE # How to meet girls # How to meet guys # How to do laundry - DONE # Get rid of circles under your eyes # How to look younger # How to cope with aging # Politely end a conversation # How to leave school early - DONE # How to give a hickey # How to hide a hickey # How to look good # How to be attractive # Get a free upgrade to first class - DONE # Sneak into large events - DONE # How to retire young # Stock Investment Tips - DONE # How to improve eyesight - DONE # Properly stretch before exercise # How to be a rock star # Increase battery life for electronics # How to Identify Constellations # Get rid of woodpeckers # How to get rid of unwanted animals - DONE

Posted by =SMART= 10 years ago

Whats been made allready - UPDATED

Here is a list of all the questions answered...# How to Write a Cover Letter - DONE# How to Potty Train a Child - DONE# How to house train a puppy - DONE# How to get sap or resin off of a car - DONE# How to build a baby gate# How to moonwalk# Tips for being a Gothic Lolita# How to land a plane - DONE# What to do in a car crash - DONE# Push start a car - DONE# Jump a Dead Car Battery - DONE# How to split logs# How to roast a pig# How to make a corsage# How to silence your critics# How to kick-start a motorcycle - DONE# How to get rid of foot fungus# Pick a hat that looks good on you - DONE# How to eat healthy - DONE# How to meet girls - DONE# How to meet guys# How to do laundry - DONE# Get rid of circles under your eyes - DONE# How to look younger# How to cope with aging# Politely end a conversation# How to leave school early - DONE# How to give a hickey# How to hide a hickey# How to look good# How to be attractive# Get a free upgrade to first class - DONE# Sneak into large events - DONE# How to retire young# Stock Investment Tips - DONE# How to improve eyesight - DONE# Properly stretch before exercise# How to be a rock star# Increase battery life for electronics - DONE# How to Identify Constellations# Get rid of woodpeckers# How to get rid of unwanted animals - DONEIf another instructable has been made already, let me know and I will update it...And don't forget to vote the instructables you like best!

Posted by Plasmana 10 years ago

Quick rundown various Linux and BSD operating systems:

1.  Debian - one of the older base distributions and currently one of the most popular.  Uses the "apt" package manager for software installation.  Excellent server distribution. 2.  Fedora - the free community edition of Red Hat Linux.  Sponsored by Red Hat Linux.  Uses the "rpm" package manager for software installation. 3.  openSuse - sponsored by Novell, originally developed largely in Europe. 4.  Mageia - fork of an older distribution called Mandriva Linux. 5.  PCLinuxOS - also a fork of Mandriva.  Looks to provide out-of-the-box support for graphics and sound cards. 6.  Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) - based on Fedora, RHEL includes many enterprise-level enhancements and is supported Red Hat corporation. 7.  CentOS Linux - free enterprise-grade operating system that is built from the same source code as RHEL without the proprietary enhancements or support from Red Hat.  8.  Puppy - very small Linux operating system that boots the OS and applications completely into RAM.  Can operate on older computer equipment.  Excellent for use in emergencies and to recover data from hard drives. 9.  FreeBSD - operating system that is based on BSD code. 10.  Ubuntu Linux - easy to use operating system that is based on Debian Linux.  Supported by the Canonical corporation.  Ubuntu means "humanity to others".  Excellent server distribution. 11.  Linux Mint - currently one of the most popular distributions, based on Ubuntu Linux.  Looks to provides complete experience by including browser plugins and media codecs (ie: Flash) upon installation.  Excellent desktop distribution.  Also comes in lightweight editions for older hardware 12.  NetBSD - based on BSD code.  Can be run on a wide range of hardware.  Currently there are 57 different hardware architectures that can run NetBSD. 13.  OpenBSD - based on BSD code.  Source code built from the ground up with security first and foremost as the goal.  Ships "secure by default", that is, all non-essential services are disabled.  OpenBSD has embedded cryptography throughout the operating system; it utilizes OpenSSH, Pseudo Number Random Generators, cryptographic hash functions, cryptographic transforms and crypto hardware support. 14.  ClearOS - server and network distro designed for small businesses.  Based on Red Hat Linux.  Web-based interface controls anti-virus, anti-spam, VPN, content filtering, bandwidth manager, file services, SMTP services, print services, SSL certification, and web services. 15.  Kali Linux - distro that specializes in penetration testing and security auditing.  Over 300 penetration testing tools.  Based on Debian Linux. 16.  Lubuntu - lightweight version of Ubuntu Linux for older computers and netbooks. 17.  Gentoo - highly customizable distro that uses a package system called portage written in Python.  Mascot is Larry the Cow.

Posted by matt392 4 years ago