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How to Sing With Confidence

Gaining confidence while singing is a process that requires practice. The most important part is learning to have fun no matter who is listening. Getting comfortable with your voice and mastering healthy singing techniques can help you do this. Sing as often as possible in front of different audience and you may soon be able […]

555 Timer Robots Will Rule The World

A running joke we see in the comments by Hackaday readers whenever a project includes an Arduino or Raspberry Pi that seems like overkill is to proclaim that “I could have done it with a 555 timer!” That’s especially the case if the project amounts to a blinking light or anything which oscillates. Well [Volos […]

The Problem With Time

Time can now be sliced into slivers as thin as one ten-trillionth of a second. But what is being sliced? Unlike mass and distance, time cannot be perceived by our physical senses. We don’t see, hear, smell, touch, or taste time. And yet we somehow measure it. As a cadre of theorists attempt to extend […]

One Man’s Journey To Becoming His Own ISP

America is a BIG country. There are pockets all across the land where broadband Internet is slow-to-nonexistent, and many individuals are left with wireless cell service as their only means of internet connection. This is the situation [Brandt Kuykendall] found himself in upon moving his family to Dillon Beach, CA. So he started up his […]

The Problem With Cultural Democracy (Or, At Least The Idea Of It)

Given the renewed interest in the ideas and practices of cultural democracy and their potential to address longstanding issues of cultural policy, it seems clear that, as Owen Kelly, a key figure from the community arts movement, has recently argued, arguments about cultural democracy still resonate. But for Arts Council England, they are not unproblematic. Source link

A Selection of Awesome Cases for iPhone XS and XR

In addition to the Series 4 Apple Watch introduced at their September 2018 keynote, Apple debuted the next lineup of upcoming iPhones: The iPhone XS and XS Max, which are the successors to the original iPhone X (the XS Max is just a bigger version). The iPhone XR, which is like the XS in many […]

How to Decorate a School Locker

Decorating your locker is a great way to express yourself and impress your friends. Use things like mirrors and storage racks to keep your items neat and organized. Add items like pictures, cut-outs, and carpeting to make your locker your own. Use as many decorations as you’d like! With some supplies and creativity, you can […]

C64 Keyboard Helps Keep The Memory Alive

To say that the Commodore 64 was an important milestone in the history of personal computing is probably a bit of an understatement. For a decent chunk of the 1980s, it was the home computer, with some estimates putting the total number of them sold as high as 17 million. For hackers of a certain age, there’s […]

Pallet Crafter Interview #22: Rich Peirce

Today, we had the chance to ask some questions to Rich Peirce who build beautiful furniture out of recycled wood pallets. If you think you deserve to be featured in the next interview, please, drop us an email. Tell us a little more about you. Who you are? Where are you from? My name is Rich […]