Chris Notap shows how to make a power drill attachment that lets you chill can of soda or beer in 90 seconds. It would take 20 minutes to cool a similar can simply by putting it in an ice bath.
I was introduced to this young woman's amazing projects through Becky Stern's Big List of Women Makers on YouTube. I've been watching all of Xiao Qianfeng's videos (and blogging about them). She's an extraordinary artisan and the videos are beautifully produced and soothing to watch. For this project, she builds an amazingly beautiful vintage suitcase… READ THE REST
Congrats to Cairo maker, Dina Amin. She has been awarded Best of the Year in the "Made for Social: Small Business" category by Vimeo for her stop motion animation piece, "What's Inside." If you don't know Dina's work, she is a product designer who does the coolest stop motion animations featuring products and technology. The… READ THE REST
If you get Amazon Fresh or similar food deliveries, you are likely familiar with the silver-foil insulated freezer bags that frozen foods come in. These quickly multiply in Tribbles-like numbers. I'm always looking for ways to reuse these bags. I regularly use the material to create silvery envelopes for sending out eBay sales and as… READ THE REST
Every year, U.S. News and World Report compiles its Best Jobs list – and once again, the venerable news outlet has determined it's pretty great to be a network architect. For another year, the role of computer network architect is on their list of the top 10 technology jobs around, with an unemployment rate of… READ THE REST
Did you get a new iPhone for Christmas? Or, maybe you splurged on a new smartphone with that infusion of holiday cash. Either way, your purchase isn't completed when you walk out with your new phone. Making sure you're equipped to keep that thing charged up 24/7/365 is just as important. Easier said than done… READ THE REST
If you aren't up to speed on the intricacies of knives and knife production, then a Thai Moon Knife might look more like a weapon than a kitchen utensil. With a wide blade that visually looks more like a cleaver than a traditional food preparing knife, it's the product of more than 200 years of… READ THE REST