fulldocumentary.com - First to purchase will own this one of a kind asset 1,538 Customers shopping on HugeDomains right now! 73% of all domains registered on the Web are .coms. The reason is simple: .com is the where most of Web traffic happens. Wooden Rug After fiddling around with different configurations, I decided to go with a staggered, brick-like pattern for interest and movement. I would be using a strong 1/2 inch cotton rope to hold the blocks together, but since I wanted the top of the rug to be smooth, I would need to drill into the sides of the blocks, thread the rope through these holes, for a flawless rug surface. Since my blocks were 5 inches wide, I would drill two holes into the sides of the blocks, both at the 1 inch mark of each side. This way the staggered configuration could hold strong. I used a drill press to make the holes, and a drill bit that was slightly larger in diameter than my rope. I made a quick jig on the drill press that would allow me to just insert a block and press down, creating a precise hole.
The 2000 Most Important Films Of All Time I An Infograph If you live long enough, you get to appreciate culture’s patterns. You see that Menudo is really NSYNC is really One Direction. Eventually, society just craves an old flavor and it’s mixed anew. No place is this more true than with film. Marble Machine 4.0 This is the fourth design of my marble machines. This was a collaboration between busted bricks and myself, he originally came up with the design and I have modified, improved and added a motor to it. The machine is cut from 3.2mm laser mdf,I sell the kits through my own website and I share most of my files on thingiverse. This instructable will take you through the complete process of assembling this little marble machine. Any comments, questions, clarifications and improvements will then be shared with the world and hopefully save myself a lot of effort in the future.
How to read a movie Above: Hitchcock's "Notorious" (1946). Bergman on strong axis. Grant at left. PAGE 1: PULSE ARC WELDER I also designed an electronic board with two Pulse width modulated relay driver circuits to operate the two solenoids. This board has a microprocessor that will determine when the electrode touches the work piece to energize the argon solenoid and pull the electrode back. I can hear everyone asking, why a relay driver circuit and why do you need a processor to energize these solenoids? Why can't you just do it with a switch?The pulse width relay driver circuit is just to limit the current and also save some money on big heat sinks and components getting hot and burning out etc. This circuit works great and will definitely be used in the final design.
Oscar Nominated Short Films Pulled From the Web Normally, the Best Short Film awards at the Oscars are a great opportunity to go the kitchen to grab a beer. After all, you probably haven’t seen these films and don’t have much invested in who’s winning or losing (unless you’re the gambling type). That changed this year when all of the animated short film and live action short film nominees made their way online, letting anyone watch them for free.
How to ‘Chop’ a YouTube video and embed it into PowerPoint Posted on April 11, 2011 by davefoord Addition to this post made on 20/11/12 – if you are wanting to embed a cropped YouTube video into Moodle then visit YouTube is a wonderful source of videos that can be used very effectively within education, but quite often we only want to show a certain part of the video rather than the whole thing. There is now a free and very easy to use method for doing this called TubeChop, and the output from this can be embedded easily into PowerPoint. One of the great things with TubeChop is you don’t even have to create an account on it, so no passwords to remember (or forget!) Here is a screencast showing how easy this is to use.
Mechanical iris v2.0 - In the original Mechanical iris there were three layers. I felt this was excessive and so this new design offers only two (plus 1mm for the optional Perspex cover). - The points at which the 'arms' attached to the blades relied on a shared pin to partially rotate about. This aspect seemed over complicated when the same effect could be achieved with clever cutting. This means that post cutting assembly time is reduced.