Not gonna do much punctuation or any fancy layout for this. I looked at all of the entries to take over my new knex challenges. The winner is Dj Radio Good luck to him.
Posted by Hiyadudez 8 years ago
Best of luck everyone!
Posted by nav.sparx 9 years ago
Hi all, I am still new to the site, so not sure how some things work. I am a winner in the Halloween Photo Editing, but have not been informed by INSTRUCTABLES that I have been, nor have they contacted me for an address to send my prize to. I contacted a site intern via her page two days ago and have not heard from her either. I do not even know how to contact them for an answer on this. Can someone please direct me to how to claim my prize, or how to even be informed that I have been. This is the instructable.... https://www.instructables.com/id/Halloween-Horror-Portraits/ And this is showing me as one of the winners... https://www.instructables.com/contest/pixlr/ Thank you for your assistance, BW
Posted by bwilliams-1 6 years ago
Asked by imrobot 9 years ago
When i search my username it shows questions ive asked then it has the winner banner on it... why does it say im a winner.
Asked by GianniMora 8 years ago
It's that time of year again - the Annals of Improbable Research has announced the 2010 IgNobel Prizes. It makes you proud to be British.... The full list of winners: Engineering Prize: Karina Acevedo-Whitehouse (UK) and colleagues for perfecting a method to collect whale snot, using a remote-control helicopter. Medicine Prize: Simon Rietveld (Netherlands) and colleagues for discovering that symptoms of asthma can be treated with a roller-coaster ride. Transportation Planning Prize: Toshiyuki Nakagaki (Japan) and colleagues for using slime mould to determine the optimal routes for railroad tracks. Physics Prize: Lianne Parkin (New Zealand) and colleagues for demonstrating that, on icy footpaths in wintertime, people slip and fall less often if they wear socks on the outside of their shoes. Peace Prize: Richard Stephens (UK) and colleagues for confirming the widely held belief that swearing relieves pain. Public health Prize: Manuel Barbeito (US) and colleagues for determining by experiment that microbes cling to bearded scientists. Economics Prize: Awarded to the executives and directors of Goldman Sachs, AIG, Lehman Brothers, Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, and Magnetar for creating and promoting new ways to invest money — ways that maximize financial gain and minimize financial risk for the world economy, or for a portion thereof. Chemistry Prize: Eric Adams (US) and colleagues for disproving the old belief that oil and water don't mix. The research, supported by BP, was published under the title: "Review of Deep Oil Spill Modeling Activity Supported by the Deep Spill JIP and Offshore Operator's Committee". Management Prize: Alessandro Pluchino (Italy) and colleagues for demonstrating mathematically that organisations would become more efficient if they promoted people at random. Biology Prize: Libiao Zhang (China) and colleagues for scientifically documenting fellatio in fruit bats.
Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago
I miss the old contest winner banners at the top of the IBLES. I realize that there is now a medal at the top right corner of the IBLE next to where the featured medal is. My question is would it be possible to get the contest winner medal to link to the contest that they won?
Posted by Lorddrake 5 years ago
Don't you find it a good idea to easily identify instructables that were able to win a contest or challenge? Maybe a good idea is to place a "WINNER" Mark on these instructables. The idea is similar to those featured instructables that is marked as "FEATURED"
Posted by milcarlsandoval 2 years ago
The second week's winner for the Workshop of the Future Contest: Show Your Space has been decided by luck and fate. The winner is user seamster for the Garage workshop and sewing/craft area entry.seamster will receive a Craftsman Auto Hammer.If you didn't win a prize, don't worry. There are two more prizes to be given away and all of the remaining entries are eligible for those.If you haven't submitted an entry, what are you waiting for? Take some pictures of your space and submit it as a slideshow! There are two more prizes to be given away!Next week's prize: C3 Caulk Gun + Lithium batteryOther winners: Week 1, Week 3, Week 4
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
The third week's winner for the Workshop of the Future Contest: Show Your Space has been decided by luck and fate. The winner is user belsey for the A table can be a workshop too entry.belsey will receive a C3 Caulk Gun + Lithium battery.If you didn't win a prize, don't worry. There is one more prize to be given away and all of the remaining entries are eligible for those.If you haven't submitted an entry, what are you waiting for? Take some pictures of your space and submit it as a slideshow! There's one more prize to be given away!Next week's prize: C3 Remote Control Car + Lithium batteryOther winners: Week 1, Week 2, Week 4
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
Hi there, I have just singed up to this website today, and have found a contest that i am interested in entering. I have a few questions though. Roughly how many people enter a contest? Roughly, how many 'votes' does a winner of a contest receive? What is it that get's you more 'votes' in a contest? Thank you
Posted by michaelbladen 2 years ago
Hi Guys, A few days ago I was on instructables and I saw that some of the Ibbles had little medals in the corner with a star on them. WHat does this mean? Thanks, Bird123457
Posted by bird123457 5 years ago
A while back i was a co-first place winner of the Kit Design Challenge that ended on June 7th. It took over a month for the prize to ship. I got confirmation of the shipment form the Instructables Robot on July 17th. I found it odd that no tracking number for the shipment was included in the message. It has now been nearly a month later and i have not received the package yet. I also won a prize in the Spy Challenge around the same time frame. That prize pack shipped on July 11th and was receive about 2 weeks later. Once again the message confirming the package had been sent did not have a tracking number in it. I had to sign for that package so i know there was a tracking number available. There is more to that story but that's something i need to bring to Fedex's attention. So is there any way the confirmation messages can start including the tracking numbers for the shipments? Also is there any way i can get the tracking number for the missing package so i can look into what the problem is? If the package was sent via Fedex (like the last one was) then i'm starting to have a serious issue with how Fedex runs things and will have to make a complaint to them. It shouldn't take over 4 weeks for even the cheapest shipping option to go from CA to MD. It can be trucked across the US in a weeks time. Any help anyone can give me on tracking this done, or letting me know who i need to talk to to help improve the way these things are handled, would be greatly appreciated.
Posted by mpilchfamily 5 years ago
The first week's winner for the Workshop of the Future Contest: Show Your Space has been decided. The winner is user rojo for his entry called The Basement Workshop/Relaxation Room.rojo will receive a Craftsman NEXTEC Drill for his entry.If you didn't win a prize, don't worry. There are three more prizes to be given away and all of the remaining entries are eligible for those.If you haven't submitted an entry, what are you waiting for? Take some pictures of your space and submit it as a slideshow! There are three more prizes to be given away!Other winners: Week 2, Week 3, Week 4
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
What's more fun that winning a prize? Why winning a mystery prize, of course! We're sending out mystery prizes to winners of the First-Time Author's Contest and Homemade Gifts Contest, and if you end up being one of lucky winners, we want to see your reaction when you open it. Share a picture of your mystery prize with us here or tag us on social media and we'll give you a shout out! Check out the First Time Author Contest or Homemade Gifts Contest and make something awesome!
Posted by tinaciousz 1 year ago
We've recently started to give out virtual patches to reward users for the cool things you all do. The list is short for now, but it will grow. Check out the patches that exist so far and feel free to give us suggestions for new ones! Holiday Treats Contest Winner DIY Halloween Contest Winner Light Up your Ride Contest Winner Caption Contest Winner Newsletter - Authors whose Instructables have been featured in the newsletter. Hungry Scientist Contest Winner Party Like It's 1929! Contest Winner Instructables Book - Instructables users who have bought or won a copy of The Best of Instructables, Vol. 1. To get this patch, post a picture of yourself with the book here. Forbes FabergÃÂ©-Style Egg Contest Winner Craft Skills Contest Winner Pie Contest Winner Horny Toad Invent-a-Sport Contest Winner BBQ PDQ Contest Winner Lonely Planet Travel Tips Contest Winner RoboGames Robot Contest Winner Park Tool Bike Month Contest Winner Toss It! Contest Winner Tool Tips Month Contest Winner T-Shirt Hacks Contest Winner Pocket_Sized Contest Winner Photojojo Photo Month Contest Winner Pets Month Contest Winner Share the Love Contest Winner Discover Green Science Fair for a Better Planet Contest Winner Get the LED Out! Contest Winner Flower Contest Winner Cake Contest Winner
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
Asked by Fathomlis 2 years ago
When will the winners of the RC contest be announced? Its been stuck on "Winners will be announced soon" for awhile
Asked by ScratchBuiltAircraft 4 years ago
Hello Do you know when the winners will be announced? thank you :)
Posted by p36p 9 months ago
Hi, I have already contacted instructables about these issues last week and they are trying to fix them however I am hoping in the mean time some past contest winners and other members could help me with my issues with signing the document 'Winners declaration and release' sent to me by email using DocuSign after I recently won a contest. The first problem that I am having is that the document requires two separate different signatures, mine (the winner) and my parent/guardian's (required because I am under 18 years old) however the DocuSign interface will only let me sign the same signature in both locations however this is not what is requested by the form, I am not even sure if it is even possible to sign two separate different signatures on the same form using the DocuSign interface. The second issue is that my SSN number is requested on the form but as I'm not from America so I do not have an SSN number, fortunately in the email that I got with the link to sign this form I was told that 'if international, enter all 0 for SSN' so I attempted this but this SSN (000-00-0000) was 'invalid' and would not be accepted by DocuSign, after experimenting I discovered that the each 'segment' of the SSN must have a value greater than 0 for it to be valid and accepted by DocuSign meaning that the SSN 001-01-0001 was accepted but as I am international I have to 'enter all 0 for SSN' but as I've just demonstrated this is 'invalid' so I cannot complete this form for this reason as well. If anyone else could assist on these issues I will be very grateful, thanks, Alex Maund EDIT: after receiving a third reminder to sign the form by autodesk, I have got impatient and submitted the form with the same signature (my parent's) in both places as this is the only option that I can do and there have been no visible signs of progress with the fixing of the mentioned issues in over a week so I hope that the form I have submitted is OK and valid as this is the best I can do. I managed to get the SSN 000-00-0000 accepted when I opened the document used my iPad and the IOS version of DocuSign's website.
Posted by Maundy 4 years ago
Hi! I need more votes for the Whoopie Pie Mocktail! It's currently entered in the Homebrew and Cocktails competition. I would love to win this contest!!! I would love a kindle fire!!!! Please vote for me!!!! (Just click any of these words!!!) FrecklesMagee
Posted by FrecklesMagee 4 years ago
Design competitions aren't just for adults, as 12-year-old Max Wallack has proved by winning $10,000 for his plastic dome for the homeless built with trash.Twelve-year-old Max Wallack of Natick spent a day last week being followed around by television cameras, hanging out with engineers and building a model of his latest invention: A shelter for the homeless made from plastic, wire and packing peanuts.The folks at the WGBH show "Design Squad" selected Wallack's idea from more than 1,000 entries for their Trash to Treasure contest. As the grand prize winner, he will receive $10,000 from the Intel Foundation and a laptop computer.While the action is noble, I have to wonder what homeless person would ever use this. Here in San Francisco we have our fair share of homeless folks on the street and the basic cheap camping tent seems to be the home of choice. It folds up and can be carried around in a shopping cart. Any time there is some encampment that is big enough, or around for long enough, it gets broken up by the police and everyone moves along, making this useless.Also curious is why the dome keeps getting called a yurt. Link via Gizmodo
Posted by fungus amungus 9 years ago
From Our Share Your Space contest, here are your week four winners! Tool Winners: IW5 Industries ChrysN Pro Membership Winners: pizzidave solidsnake86 mhkabir Nostalgic Guy Udon Poseidon83 MechEngSk rwoelkers Computothought Aeolus Thanks to everyone who entered.
Posted by frenzy 7 years ago
If the contest were to close around now about March 10th who would you pick as a winner for each category?
Posted by EPL 9 years ago
Just wondering when the winners of the Craftsman $20,000 contest would be announced...
The winners for the CHOW/Instructables Thanksgiving Recipe Contest have been announced! Congratulations to the winners, and a special thanks to everyone who entered. Really great work. The winners list premiers on CHOW today, and will be posted on Instructables.com later in the week. Congratulations again, and we look forward to running more contests with CHOW in the future! see the winners now!
Posted by scoochmaroo 7 years ago