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Weekly Roundup: Intel buys Mobileye for $15.3B, Uber’s navigation for drivers improves

 This week four people were accused of hacking at least 500 million Yahoo accounts, Spotify partnered with Waze and Intel bought computer vision company Mobileye. These are the top stories of the week, and you can also get this post as a weekly newsletter in your inbox, if you prefer. 1. The U.S. Department of Justice accused of two Russian FSB officers and two criminal hackers of… Read More


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Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


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Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

Weekly Makers Roundup Special

Linn from Darbin Orvar is back with another three-person, three-video tips series, this time featuring Laura Kampf and Cris from Get Hands Ditry. In the first video Linn covers measuring tools, Cris demonstrates a drawer installation fix and Laura shares masking tips:

In the second Cris tals about what motivates her and can motivate you, Linn talks magnets and Laura offers marking tips:

And in the third Laura covers lifehacks including a quick-and-dirty sketchbook pen holder and her safety glasses alternative, Linn talks about the effectiveness of shellac for finishing and even sealing out bad smells and Cris offers a tip for how to easily create a larger hole, as a countersink, around a smaller hole.


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77

This Week’s Makers Roundup, Part 2

Two Ways to Start Working with Leather

From low-tech/low-budget to using a laser cutter, David Picciuto shows you two ways to get started with leatherworking:

Bar Top Arcade Cabinet with a Raspberry Pi

Bob Clagett produces a functioning, inexpensive desktop-sized arcade machine, all using less than a single sheet of plywood:

24′ Tiny House on Wheels Tour

Ana and Jacob White give you a tour of a rolling tiny house they built for a client. It’s loaded with space-saving design tricks, and also has a plumbed bathroom:

Digital Tablet Shelf Mount

La Fabrique DIY designs a cool speaker-equipped under-shelf tablet mount, for bedtime movie-watching:

Kitchen Entry Remodel

Sandra Powell’s back, this time tackling an entryway remodeling project:

Here in Part 2, she adds the finishing touches:

Copper Desk Light w/ LED Bulb

This one reminds me a lot of ID school. Linn from Darbin Orvar improvises her way through creating a lamp, starting with raw materials and adjusting as she goes:

“Always Be Knolling”

This week Laura Kampf experiments with a leftover piece of Plexiglas to create a sign:

Making Knife Handles with Epoxy

Linn creates a series of knife handles out of epoxy (and a few with wood), experimenting with adding different colorants:


Core77