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Create a new box
"Give us dimensions, and we'll generate a PDF you can use to cut a notched box on a laser-cutter." Ooh, nifty.
diy  lasercutting  box  hacking  projects 
august 2012 by infovore
Finish Weekend
"Finish Weekend helps you get it done. Come finish those projects you've put off to the side. Maybe you just need a bit of web help, a logo, or some code written. We'll help you finish." Heartily approve. I could do with a lot of these.
projects  hobbies  finishing  completion  jfdi 
march 2012 by infovore
C i b o M a h t o . c o m » October Thing-a-day, Day 7: Nikon Camera Intervalometer, Part 1
Nikon IR intervalometer, hooked up to an Arduino, without even needing another remote. Definitely interested in building one of these.
projects  arduino  nikon  photography  intervalometer 
june 2010 by infovore
Year of the Dungeon
"Welcome to I'm still getting this thing ready, but here's the plan: starting in the first week of January, I'm going to post 3 new microdungeons a week." Dungeons drawn on 4" x 3" stock, three a week for a year. Yet another 365-style project I'm going to end up subscribing to.
365  projects  art  maps  roleplaying  dungeons  fictionalarchitecture 
january 2010 by infovore
We Are Sleeping Giants
Ignoring the background music and a lot of Trajan, I really like this series of pictures from Brooks Reynolds; particularly, his use of lighting and depth of field. I'm a big fan of concept-series; they tend to be more than a sum of their parts.
photography  series  projects  brooksreynolds  americana 
november 2008 by infovore
russell davies: slow strategy
"...doing strategy happily is probably more important than doing it quickly or slowly."
strategy  planning  projectmanagement  speed  quality  projects  gtd 
september 2008 by infovore

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