Archive for June, 2017
Workshopshed: Mark Bradley aka Buzz dropped me a message via the contact form letting me know of his project to run his car repair/maintenance workshop from solar power over the summer. He has a mixture of high power items such
“We need to stop glamorizing failure” says Greg Rollett, “you need to reject failure if at all possible”. Don’t Believe Anyone Who Says Failure Is a Good ThingEveryone fails, but there are no such thing as moral victories. www.entrepreneur.com Now
Attention all you shed enthusiasts. Waltons are looking for your favourite shed pictures and have a great prize for the best. Watch out though as they are quite strict on their definition of a shed, no bunkers or castles in
Workshopshed: Russ is a friend of mine from since college, we spent many hours at the student TV studio and then later worked together installing software around the globe. Last month, I got together with Russ and another friend Richard
I was thinking about making a base for the Furby driver in my Upcycle It design challenge. To model the base, I took the existing base and drew around it. I then scanned the image and imported it into Inkscape.
Interactive Race Car Driver The Element14 Design challenge has come to an end and I’ve submitted my final report, The Checkered Flag. I’ve also created a test video for the car. The other competitors have also completed their reports. Here’s
As part of the Upcycle It design challenge over on Element14, I’ve been blogging a lot on their community site. I’ve also been following with interest a discussion on why those blogs are part of the challenge. For me the