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Best of Instructables on Good Morning America 2008-12-06 Answered

We just received word about an "anchor chat" about The Best of Instructables on Good Morning America, tomorrow at 8:25 am ET. The anchor will have the before and after of several projects we sent on a table along with the book, and he/she will be talking about DIY holiday gifts.

Local markets have the choice of picking up anchor chats or switching to local news for that time slot. The segment will be posted online as well.

More details when I have them!

Here's the link to the story on Good Morning America's website:
The Great Technology Swap. I'll post the video as soon as it is available.

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ewilhelm

10 years ago

I just got the link to the story; the video will be available soon.

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Chicken2209ewilhelm

Reply 10 years ago

was this the ahead of the curve thing?
because I have a video of that...

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obeyken

10 years ago

Cool! Did it air? I'd love to check it out if they have it online, but didn't see anything on the GMA web site...

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skunkbait

10 years ago

I work third shift, and usually go right to bed when I get home (if I don't go hunting/fishing). Today I'll make an exception!

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Goodhartskunkbait

Reply 10 years ago

Since I work a second shift, it was nearly the same for me.....but I didn't get up in time....*sigh*

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puffyfluff

10 years ago

Some times I really do wish I had TV...

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Kitemanpuffyfluff

Reply 10 years ago

I was going to make a joke about this being the twenty-first century, but when you think about how much "TV" content is available online (including live content from national channels), It's sometimes a surprise that more people don't have a traditional TV set-up.

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puffyfluffKiteman

Reply 10 years ago

Yes, that's actually surprisingly true, it would be easier (and cheaper) for most people to just watch TV online.

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Kitemanpuffyfluff

Reply 10 years ago

In the UK, it would only be cheaper if you avoid watching "live" TV (ie shows being transmitted online at the same time as over the airwaves).

From the TV License website:

You must be covered by a valid TV Licence if you watch or record television programmes as they're being shown on TV. It makes no difference what equipment you use - whether it’s a laptop, PC, mobile phone, digital box, DVD recorder or a TV set - you still need a licence.

The way they check is to hold a database of all addresses in the UK - if there is no license shown for a particular address, then that address gets a demanding letter. They don't check to see if you own a TV etc, they just assume you do.

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jessyratfink

10 years ago

Bah, I'm already going to be at work. Boooo counting money. :P

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Lithium Rain

10 years ago

Wow! That's awesome! The book sure is attracting attention!

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LinuxH4x0r

10 years ago

I'll be on the road :( / :)

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Doctor What

10 years ago

Yay! I'll be up then anyways!

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GoodhartDoctor What

Reply 10 years ago

I am going to try, but I don't get home until after 1 am :-)

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Goodhart

10 years ago

Finally, something I may be able to view as it happens :-) I will only get 6 hours of sleep, but that isn't too abnormal these days :-)