annie96 is typing... no.. guess you're not either :p can't.. its the wind.. sounds like cats fighting. whats your excuse? :p so that's what they call porn now? 10 '90s Cartoon Characters Living Fashionable Adult Lives Technically, Pepper Ann might be frozen in time, forever too cool for 7th grade. But illustrator Celeste Pille likes to think Pepper Ann and her One Saturday Morning crew eventually graduated, moving on to bigger things and better clothes. Her drawings look into the futures of the characters who starred in cartoon favorites like Hey Arnold, Recess, The Magic School Bus and Rugrats.
Creative Furniture and Unusual Lamps by Tembolat Gugkaev EmailEmail If you liked Weird and Wacky Furniture by Straight Line Designs, you’ll definitely love these crazy furniture and unusual lamp design ideas by Russian designer Tembolat Gugkaev. From his own website: “Tembolat Gugkaev is a Russian designer, which surely goes to the world level. Working with plants and enterprises around the world, he won fame in the design industry.
Rashad Alakbarov Paints with Shadows and Light « Cat in water Artist Rashad Alakbarov from Azerbaijan uses suspended translucent objects and other found materials to create light and shadow paintings on walls. The best part is that you can easily create something similar at home – all you need is one or two lamps and some items from your desk. The stunning light painting below, made with an array of colored airplanes has found its way to exhibitions like the Fly to Baku at De Pury Gallery in London.
Make Crystals - How to Make Crystals Learn how to make crystals. This is a collection of easy crystal growing recipes, with photos of what the crystals look like and tips for how to make your crystals a success. Sugar Crystals or Rock Candy Anne Helmenstine Rock candy or sugar crystals are especially good to grow because you can eat the finished crystals! PVC Fiberglass Bow - DIY Ready DIY Bow Weapons Making Series | PVC Fiberglass Bow 4.96/5 (99.20%) 25 votes Have you been wanting to make a bow for practicing in the yard? Ideally something cheap to bond with the kids over, or maybe to be ready when you need to survive a real world situation? For many survivalists, when they think of a “Survival Bow,” they think of honing some hearty tree sapling in the woods. BUT…. The world is changing!
Odoreader, Innovative British Invention, Can 'Smell' Bladder Cancer In Your Pee: Study Could early cancer detection be a simple bathroom break away? That's the hope of a group of British researchers who say they have created a device to recognize and identify indicators of bladder cancer in a urine sample. Developed by researchers from the University of Liverpool and the University of the West of England (UWE) Institute of Biosensor Technology, the Odoreader device is designed to analyze chemicals in urine and return results within 30 minutes. A sensor in the device essentially "smells" for specific chemicals that indicate the presence of cancer cells. "It is thought that dogs can smell cancer, but this is obviously not a practical way for hospitals to diagnose the disease," Professor Norman Ratcliffe of the Institute of Biosensor Technology at UWE Bristol, said in a statement released by the University of Liverpool.
30 Challenges for 30 Days Did you know that it takes 30 days to form a new habit? The first few days are similar as to how you would imagine the birth of a new river. Full of enthusiasm it gushes forth, only to be met by strong obstacles. The path is not clear yet, and your surroundings don’t agree. Old habits urge you to stay the same. But you need to stay determined.
String Rainbows of Color, Color, Color: Ethereal Thread Art Installations I can’t believe I haven’t posted Gabriel Dawe‘s work on here before: his large-scale installations made of thread are bursting with color that fades in and out of different opacities and hues. This ethereal effect is created using sets of string that can measure up to 50 miles long in total, and the carefully placed threads are delicate yet dense in their combined form. Each installation is a marvelous exploration of color, space, and even shapes– from different angles, the threads take on different forms and tones as they overlap one another visually, and the pieces fill the installation space with color and lightness and depth.
Make a scrying mirror. Now here's a very odd but simple project that doesn't involve electronics at all, but has a very delicious element of darkness to it in more ways than one. It's a scrying mirror. Basically a black mirror used to focus (or defocus) the mind to perceive images often perceived as spiritual. How Things Work Posted by admin on Dec 28, 2012 in Entertainment | 27 comments For many thing that we all day see in our lives, we don’t know how some of that things work. Here you can see how things really work.
How to Use Skype Keyboard Shortcuts Did you know you can enable shortcut-style "hotkeys" on Skype? Even better, you can fully customize them to suit your needs. If you want to start saving time over on the VoIP service, then we have a handy guide showing you how to begin with the useful Skype keyboard shortcuts.