Just Bought Some +sugru

Just Bought Some +sugru. This Stuff Is Amazing.

If you haven't heard about Sugru you need to. It's mold-able silicone that can be used for so many purposes. You need to check it out right away: http://s3th.me/sugru

The story of the invention of this great substance is a fantastic one.

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The future needs fixing
sugru is the new self-setting rubber for fixing, modifying and improving your stuff. Over 285.000 people in 138 countries are using it to make their stuff work better. Find out more about it here!

How To Turn Your Phone Into A DIY Slide Projector

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How to Turn Your Phone Into a DIY Photo Projector for $1 | Photojojo
Extra photos for bloggers: 1, 2, 3 Slide projectors are great but outdated. And digital projectors cost a bundle. What’s a photographer to do

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This Is Clever: Repurpose a Tube Sock as an MP3 Player-Holding Exercise Armband

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Repurpose a Tube Sock as an MP3 Player-Holding Exercise Armband
Exercise armbands can get a little pricey, especially if they're seen as an accessory for an MP3 player or smartphone. Redditor icametodropbombs thought of a cheaper solution:

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One Team’s Attempt to Make Dealing with Mother Nature Doable: The Roboplow

I saw this on Gizmodo and had to share it. We sure could have used a Roboplow in Philadelphia this year with the record snowfall we saw.

Though it seems like the weather’s warming up now, think back to February when Mother Nature was piling on the snow with callous indifference. Feel that bitter cold on your face, that strain in your lower back. Now meet RoboPlow.This is the idea that every geek has had, but the guys at IdeaLaboratories were just fed up enough to actually see it through. The RoboPlow sports a 50″ blade, six wheel drive, and a bad attitude when it comes to all things snow.

In fact, watching this formidable machine slice its way through snowbanks, I’m wondering if the RoboPlow isn’t a little too powerful, if we didn’t let this arms race with Mother Nature push us to create a technology that should never have been created. Watching this video and seeing the RoboPlow barrel down the driveway, I felt a nervous feeling in the pit of my stomach that it was just going to keep going into the street, plowing straight on through the traffic. (Gizmodo)

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