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... "Alas", said the mouse, "the whole world is growing smaller every day. At the beginning it was so big that I was afraid, I kept running and running, and I was glad when I saw walls far away to the right and left, but these long walls have narrowed so quickly that I am in the last chamber already, and there in the corner stands the trap that I must run into." "You only need to change your direction," said the cat, and ate it up... ("A Little Fable" by Franz Kafka) Günter Brus Aktion Ana…

Maybe this is WAY over my expertise and I need to call in a electrician. A friend and I added a closet to my small bedroom upstairs. There was a receptacle in the closet and we added a run to it to "move" the outlet to the outside wall of the closet. At the same time we added …

Truffle, the dog in question. He’s one of three that share Jung and Hurewitz’s secluded hilltop house, which they bought partly because it has both a back and side yard for the dogs to run around in. Other reasons: “When we moved in we knew we were going to work from home, so we needed it to feel calm and peaceful,” says Hurewitz. Adds Jung: “I like everything white, a lot of light. There’s a window almost in every wall here, so it just feels really spacious and bright.”

[help] DIY tradeshow booth - how do I know how much power I need? Check out the full project So I'm doing a tradeshow which is outdoors and power provided by the event is an eye watering amount of money ($800) for 2 days. Thankfully I am in an area where vendors are allowed to bring their own power supply for a $50 fee.Yay! But not-yay.A) How do I calculate how much power I need for this one contraption: http://ift.tt/2i81etu this is a pic on the back of it relating to power supply. (it's an…

CE TECH In-Wall Power Cord and Cable Kit

This is the easiest and most energy efficient system for running TV cables behind the wall. The kit provides the ability to add or remove cables as needed without removing the boxes or cover plates with the built in cable feeding tube. "It comes with a hole saw AND a fish tape, Awesome. I also liked the 'air seal' that seals off the air from behind the wall from getting into your conditioned air - smart." --Home Depot customer JGJ10

Obstacle Avoiding Car

Robots may have seemed like a fantasy as a kid, but we are on the break of making them a reality. Robots are different from regular machines because they can make their own decisions. The first step to this is them knowing where they can move without running into a wall. This is the reason I built my obstacle avoiding car. It is to get a step closer to everyone's childhood fantasy.What You Need-Chassis-Battery pack-4 AA battery's- Arduino Uno- Motor Shield- Ping sensor- Metal holder- ...

It took 100 years and 1 inspirational video for new NYC subway line to launch Read more Technology News Here --> http://digitaltechnologynews.com It's the train that many thought would never arrive. After almost 100 years of discussion the 2nd Avenue Subway line in New York City opened on New Year's Day complete with a corny video and inadequate restrooms. There were no rats in sight as trains started running at 11:30 a.m. Sunday. This is just Phase I of the project and is an extension of…

@Regrann from @charlotte_j_ww - It's #bluemonday it's raining and it's dark but it is the start of another #positive week! Im not going to let one day or event bring me down. I will still get upset but I can rise above it! Need to get that missed #run in tonight as well #happymonday - #regrann

DIY medal display: paint a long simple baseboard and nail as many long nails as needed. Paint some loonie store letters and glue them on. Take your hard earned medals out of the box or drawer and hang them up. Keep at it!