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A really nice-looking Raspberry Pi-based Internet radio.

A really nice-looking Raspberry Pi-based Internet radio.

É sabido que os computadores nos simplificam a vida. Ou pelo menos alguns acham que sim!!! No entanto, a questão é diferente: porque a realidade é o que é!!!

É sabido que os computadores nos simplificam a vida. Ou pelo menos alguns acham que sim!!! No entanto, a questão é diferente: porque a realidade é o que é!!!

Battery-based USB chargers are pretty cheap, but it's always cheaper and more fun to make your own. The basic concept is a battery that powers a USB port so that you can juice up your gadgets.

Battery-based USB chargers are pretty cheap, but it's always cheaper and more fun to make your own. The basic concept is a battery that powers a USB port so that you can juice up your gadgets.

DIY Portable Stereo - Imgur

DIY Portable Stereo - Imgur

Make Your Own Ceramic 3D Printer - Community - Google+

Make Your Own Ceramic 3D Printer - Community - Google+

Wiring Diagram of the electronic components of the QUADCOPTER | Electrical Engineering Blog

Wiring Diagram of the electronic components of the QUADCOPTER | Electrical Engineering Blog

E-Waste Quadcopter Lifts Your Spirits While Keeping Costs Down | Hackaday

E-Waste Quadcopter Lifts Your Spirits While Keeping Costs Down | Hackaday

My desktop CNC Build (many pictures)

My desktop CNC Build (many pictures)

Modern take on an Adirondack chair. Taller, less harsh more comfortable angle

Modern take on an Adirondack chair. Taller, less harsh more comfortable angle

By Keith Pearl, see the build log by clicking the pic. I chose 4'' coaxial speakers to get a full range of sound and the Dayton T-amp module to drive the speakers and a single 1'' flared port. It turned out great and sounds best in small to medium sized rooms. I did change the color or the LED to green and added a chrome knob to achieve the look I was going for.

By Keith Pearl, see the build log by clicking the pic. I chose 4'' coaxial speakers to get a full range of sound and the Dayton T-amp module to drive the speakers and a single 1'' flared port. It turned out great and sounds best in small to medium sized rooms. I did change the color or the LED to green and added a chrome knob to achieve the look I was going for.