I had one of those "why didn't I think of that?" moments when I first spotted this project from Crafty Endeavor. I mean, it's ridiculously easy! And 100% customizable! And have I mentioned awesome?
How clever is this?? Although, when you think about it, it was just waiting to happen. I mean, ties are sort of set up as long tube-pockets. If you get me. You can find
Cost: free. Recycling Power: Awesome. Creativity: Max.
Inspired by The Power Shelf (or the Drinn), Sean Michael Ragan from Makezine got moving on making his own outlet-mounted charging station from a shampoo bottle. "Most cell phones are provided with a very basic wall-wart charger, and you usually have to pay extra for a proper charging dock. The bundled charger is often unsightly in use, being just a transformer with a cord strung out to an...
No, the telephone is not a dead technology, and it's still a useful way to attach yourself to the web, send faxes, or, gasp, make a phone call. Danny Lipford, of the Weather Channel, offers step-by-step instructions to this apparently DIYable project.
1.To disconnect the line, find the telephone interface box which is usually mounted on an outside wall where the phone lines runs into your...
Finally! A retro phone that’s cordless! From Pottery Barn, the PB Grand Phone ($129) has a pushbutton dial hidden under the receiver, which means it has all those features we’ve become accustomed to like caller ID and call waiting, among others.