CD3WD Archives the Information Necessary to Rebuild Society @Eric Geller: It reminds me of the OLPC project, straight from the ivory tower of MIT. It lacks a sense of priority... where the industrialized Western world thinks that so called 'third world' countries will do ok if tech is thrown at them. Imo it's an arrogant attitude, and an attitude that says that if we give them tech first, then everything else will follow. "So you're infrastructure is down and disorder is everywhere and there's no food or fuel.... @Eric Geller: More like a monetary problem. I don't know about that. Technology can be used as a multiplier to better utilize the resources that already exist. Think of this as the lifehacker for the rest of the world.
How to Build a Rotating Canned Food Shelf: 14 steps Edit Article Edited by Jpdunn42, Flickety, Puddy, WikiBunny and 11 others Storing canned food in your kitchen cabinets is an inefficient use of space and you will often find old cans in the back. This easy-to-build shelf system will solve the problem by rotating the cans. Ad Steps 1Decide the size and number of shelves you need. 14Start using the rotating canned food shelf. Tips A simpler design is possible when you have easy access to the back. Warnings Always wear safety glasses when operating or using any type of power tool.Power tools can be dangerous; stay attentive and use with care.
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Build a Food Storage Shelf Preparation Instructions: Fill all holes with wood filler and let dry. Apply additional coats of wood filler as needed. When wood filler is completely dry, sand the project in the direction of the wood grain with 120 grit sandpaper. Rustic Branch Plant Display Stand Mesure d'audience ROI statistique webanalytics par <img width="80" height="15" src=" alt="WebAnalytics" /> plant display stand Inspired by florists' display units, here is a little shelved stand you can make out of peeled hazelnut branches whose rustic look adds a nice decorative touch. Place in the corner of a patio or balcony to showcase potted plants such as bonsais, cactuses or herbs. Cut hazelnut or chestnut branches (naturally rot-proof) about 2 or 3 inches in diameter, following the instructions included in the plan. Once you have completed the frame, make the shelves out of smaller, same-sized branches. Add the finish of your choice: painting the entire unit will give it unity; leaving the wood untreated or simply staining it will lend a more natural effect.Click on the thumbnails to enlarge and print on an "A4" sheet of paper. | sitemap | links | logos | sitelife | what is this?
Carpentry 101 I am the teacher for carpentry 101; learn how to survive in the carpentry world. I’m going to give you some carpentry tips that’s going to blow your mind. You will never have to worry about being unemployed again. Remember that it’s “all mental before it becomes physical.” Lesson #1 Best Trade Ever Carpentry is the best trade to get into because our business is so versatile. Lesson #2 Stay Connected Stay connected with people in the basic carpentry trade, and don’t burn any bridges with people. I’m in the union I go to meetings and support them, the people that run the union don’t forget that, as a result they wont forget me when I’m not working and can use a union job, One hand washes the other. Lesson #3 Learn To Love Your Job The more passionate you become in basic carpentry the more it shows and the better you will become. In conclusion Love Your Job and let nothing discourage you. Carpentry 101 is open 24hrs 7 days a week check out this info on the carpenters union.