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Adrien Guérin Industrial & Interaction Designer | Ensci-les Ateliers
Hartz IV Möbel
Anouk-engl
If we don't, remember me.
Male Speaker: Now that the technological age has been around for a while we begin accumulating a lot of old electronics that are setting around collecting dust. One way to repurpose them is to up cycle them into something useful. As an example in this video I'm going to show you how to make a cheap projector using an old laptop an old overhead projector and some screw drivers. I'll be using an old laptop that someone gave me and an overhead projector that are brought of Craigslist for $30. Taking the laptop what our goal is, is to remove the screen from it. So as a first step it would be helpful if you could find a tear down of your laptop to help you figure out how to remove it, so you can either visit your manufactures website to see if they have it or you could Google the name of your computer and then add teardown to the end of the search query. Cheap Projector from an Old Laptop Video Cheap Projector from an Old Laptop Video
Animals - Paper Craft
eatingbark | tonight i'm swimming to my favorite island, and i don't want to see you swimming behind December 15, 2009 buckminster fuller's plan for harlem [link here] Posted by eatingbark at 1:53 PM | Add a comment eatingbark | tonight i'm swimming to my favorite island, and i don't want to see you swimming behind
Dunny Art
Kanal von yorambauman
The Imaginary Foundation Booth #318 2000 Convention Center Concourse, Atlanta, GA 30337 Monday, January 13, 9:00am – 7:00pm Tuesday, January 14, 9:00am – 3:00pm To schedule an appointment, contact: Steve Sais steve@imaginaryfoundation.com Office: 909-468-1955 Cell: 909-630-6110

Imaginary Foundation

Imaginary Foundation
Blog | Stand-Up Economist Help with my new routine: “When life gives you lemons…” December 4, 2013 I’d love your help with a new routine I’m working on called “When life gives you lemons…” The idea is to use this popular phrase to explain different branches of economics, in the same way that a different popular phrase was used in my not-safe-for-work “S*** Happens” video. Blog | Stand-Up Economist
Street Training in Berlin | Street Training