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The truth about plastic and it's impact on our planet [Infographic]
posted September 20 2011 21:03.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is another interesting infographic from visual.ly. Spend some time to read the facts and you may change some bad habits...

[Link: visual.ly]
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Tags: crazy photo/video   infographic   health & nature   green   recycling   

Pizza box laptop case mod is sick
posted May 19 2011 19:51.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Now, let's see. I've seen several crazy computer case mods... I have also feature some of them, like this concrete-made PC case, and the cardboard shipping box case concept from...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: reddit]
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Tags: diy   computer peripheral hacks   mods   green   recycling   crazy designs   sick   ridiculous   games and fun   

Lamp made from old CDs/DVDs is ultimate creativity
posted April 26 2011 16:27.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis

If i gather my old and useless CDs and DVDs in a stack, i will make a huge stack, like many of you will. Here is an excellent idea that was uploaded in lifehacker a few days ago...

[Link: lifehacker]
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Tags: cd/dvd   lamp   led   artistic   geek   creative   recycling   

Do not dispose empty tuna cans, stack them instead!
posted March 21 2011 19:58.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis

That is one excellent idea that i applause, and as a matter of fact, this is the correct way of recycling! This type of machine is not original, but the use of it, is. Such...

[Link: calischs]
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Tags: crazy hack   diy   mechanical   recycling   tips   crazy designs   

Cardboard PCs made from shipping boxes by Asus is bad idea
posted March 10 2011 21:53.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Really, tell me, would you ever, ever let your PC in the same cardboard box that was shipped? This novel idea comes from Asus [!!!] in the quest to cut down shipping waste. Although...

[Via: dvice]    [Link: NetworkWorld]
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Tags: bad idea   ridiculous   commercial   mods   recycling   pc related   crazy designs   

A better etching solution
posted March 5 2011 21:50.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I've heard about this etching chemical in the past, and i plan to test it one day. The problem is that it needs a preparation that is not as straight-forward as with ferric...

[Via: electronics-lab]    [Link: The Real Elliot]
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Tags: chemistry   diy   theory/tutorial   recycling   green   

Home-made fuel from disposable plastic bags
posted February 18 2011 20:27.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This invention comes from Japan, and is able to convert plastic bags into crude oil. As a matter of fact, plastic bags ARE made of oil. The bags are heated in the machine, and it...

[Link: physorg]
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Tags: green   environment   recycling   inventions   commercial   chemistry   

Familiar dudes made of bottle caps
posted February 9 2011 20:05.41 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Do you recognize these characters? I'm sure you do! Who wouldn't recognize Mario the plumper? What someone may not notice in a first glance, is that all these characters are made...

[Link: dorkly]
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Tags: crazy photo/video   games and fun   artistic   recycling   green   

This DIY pressure sensor will cost you less than 1$
posted January 9 2011 11:21.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I love prototype ideas that use nothing to make something! This is the complete opposite of today's state of things, that is required by the people to use more in order to get less...

[Link: todayifoundout]
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Tags: crazy hack   physics   chemistry   diy   inventions   sensors   recycling   

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