Tractor tires are inches thick, so it takes a lot to puncture one—and a lot to fix them, too. This video shows a repair job on a tire that's taller than the repairman, and involves the application of various Rubberhog wheels, grinders and buffers. A pound of rubber has to be scooped out just to get to the nail out! At which point the first chart must be consulted.
There has been no shortage of Boing Boing posts about recreating effects from Disneyland's The Haunted Mansion. A few years back, I made a Pepper's Ghost-style picture frame of the… READ THE REST
Did you know that you can peel an apple with a power drill in just a few seconds? Simply jab the drill into the apply, give it a twirl, and… READ THE REST
Nothing brings me more joy recently than scrolling through r/DiWHY. It's an archive of all the missteps the denizens of the Internet may take when trying to fix something themselves,… READ THE REST
TL:DR; Efficiency is key if you want to up your professional game, and with the many apps Microsoft has to offer, you're bound to finally earn that raise you've been hoping… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Manage your available time more efficiently with a Calendbook appointment scheduling lifetime subscription, now only $49.99 with this limited time offer. Trying to coordinate a busy work calendar is an absolute… READ THE REST
TL;DR: Cyber Monday continues for us! You can now get an Apple TV HD 4th Gen, along with a refurbished Siri Remote, for just $69.97. It's the perfect way to upgrade… READ THE REST