Smart tips to make life easier Posted on February 24, 2012 in Humor If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed or follow us on Facebook or Twitter . Thanks for visiting! Rate this Post (16 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5) Loading... Cast Thermite So you made it through the intro? Good. There's something that must be said before we go any further. I'm not liable. Arduino 1.0 with enc28j60 Ethernet Shield V1.1 - trollmaker.com Arduino 1.0 with enc28j60 Ethernet Shield V1.1 18 december 2011 | Classified in: Electronic | Tags: arduino, ethernet, shield Here is how to use the enc28j60 Ethernet Shield V1.1 with Arduino 1.0.
A dream treehouse · Sheepy Me I've always wanted a treehouse when I was a child but living in a city made it a little difficult. Instead, we would built forts, tents or just crawl under the bed to play. It's weird right now but back then we really loved having those hideouts where nobody could find us.
10 Really Easy Ways to Unclog Drains Wise Bread Picks We all know the warning signs. The sink takes a little longer to drain. You begin to notice water pooling around your feet in the shower. And the odors. Things My Father Didn’t Teach Me ABOUT ARCHIVE FOLLOW Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ Ads Via The Deck Things My Father Didn’t Teach Me HUB09 Keyboard Shortcuts Timeline SShuffle JNext KPrevious FFancy AAdd to List CComment HShare EnterView Thing Slideshow JNext KPrevious FFancy CComment PPlay / Pause LLoop
National Geographic photographer’s unbelievable encounter with vicious predator in Antarctica (VIDEO) by Dan Havlik posted Thursday, January 31, 2013 at 5:29 PM EDT We've posted quite a few amazing underwater photography videos here before but this story might be the most unbelievable yet. In the clip (embedded below), National Geographic photographer Paul Nicklen talks about his encounter with one of Antartica's most vicious predators, the Leopard Seal. On assignment in the antarctic to photograph the Leopard Seal in its native environment, Nicklen spots a behemoth Leopard seal, which his guide says is the biggest he's ever seen. "Time to get in the water, ya," Nicklen's guide tells him.
How Lockpicking Works This is a repository of the most up-to-date versions of Deviant's lock diagrams and animations. Seen in all of the TOOOL educational materials and slide decks, these files are all released under the Creative Commons license. You are free to use any of them for non-commercial purposes, as long as they are properly attributed and the same freedom for others is maintained in all derivative works. Please note that these diagrams have evolved and developed over time. While Deviant is still proud of the older versions of his images, if you still have copies of legacy material they should all be replaced with the latest versions available here. Each image shown below in thumbnail form can be accessed in high resolution individually, or you can obtain the full set from the zip archive at the bottom of this page.
"The egg" - Page 11 You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, but fatal nonetheless. Driftwood Decor: 24 Dramatic Art Lamps & Lighting Designs It is as if these designers set an insane challenge for themselves: see just how many there are to craft pieces and parts of every kind of lamp and lighting fixture ever created – all from recycled scrap and found driftwood. One of the fascinating results of this design experiment: a number of lights in which the wood takes on opposite rolls from one object to the next – acting as the suspension cable for a ceiling light or stalk of a table lamp in one case, then as their respective shades in the next. Likewise, the contrasts within a given kind of light – such as the series of simple table lamps shown above – is particularly stark when you set them next to one another. From similarly-sized sticks and single stand-alone logs to random pieces of driftwood stacked upon one another, the effect varies dramatically.