Control Something Do you need to exercise some control over the physical world, but don’t want to leave your computer? Well then, take a minute to set the color of my desk on a day of your choosing at http://colormydesk.com/ Yes, I backlit my desk and connected the lights to a server that anyone can(…)
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I painted my Honda Civic today! It was shiny blue before and is now matte black. Thanks Isabell for making the video. Why? Because I saw it on the internets. How? I used Plastidip. More specifically, I power washed the car first, cleaned it with denatured alcohol, and then sprayed on four coats of Plastidip,(…)
This was my first soldering project. I went to Soldering Wednesdays at Makerbar. Thanks to Andy Fundinger for teaching me to solder and letting me use all his equipment. It worked on the first try!
I made this as a 2012 Christmas present for my niece, Karolina. I was going to paint Eeyor to continue the Winnie the Pooh theme, but she wanted Mickey. Kids these days..
I was half way through making myself some mozzarella sticks and Hurricane Sandy came along and knocked out the power. Here they are by flashlight.
This was an idea from Reddit. They’re packed with graham crackers, Hersey’s chocolate, and marshmallows. They were delicious.
I made these brioche buns for my 2012 Beef Appreciation BBQ. I followed the NYTimes Light Brioche Buns recipe, but I added sesame seeds on top and cornmeal on the bottom. mmm.
I made this watermelon carving for my 2012 Beef Appreciation BBQ. It’s an annual event. I really like beef. This year I upgraded and used my Dremel to carve this out. The problem of course was that watermelon dust was all over everything, including me, and I’m allergic to watermelon. I was dressed in a(…)
I made this Tigger painting as a 2011 Christmas present to my niece, Karolina.
I made this as a 2010 Christmas present for my parents. They recently moved to Florida, so this series painting represents that move. I really wanted to use the gold-leaf. Gluing the leaf onto the large area was a challenge, because it required multiple sheets of gold-leaf.