Alex Braidwood is a clever fellow.
Using two retired books, he created this attractive laptop docking station for nestle his laptop and save desktop space when connected to a monitor, keyboard, and mouse.
"The selection of these two books
The Macintosh Classic was Apple's first low-end computer...sorta like a predecessor to the iMac - integrated CPU and monitor, intended for average users, and sold for under $1000. Or, in its intent of compact but powerful computing and productivity increase, you might say it's rather the grandparent of Apple's latest, the iPad.
Which makes it the perfect place to house, charge, and use the iPad when at home. If you can get your hands on an old Macintosh, it's a simply gutting and an easy cutting of the facade.
Like all things with moving parts, bicycles need maintained, adjusted, and repaired. But to work on something whose very job is to move foward, you've gotta get it off the road and into the air in order to assess your good work.
So, here's a collection of DIY bike stands that you can trust to get your cycle at working height, and make sure it stays there.
In the era of streaming videos, Hulu, Netflix, and the like, folks are cancelling their cable packages left and right and opting to recieve all of their television and watch many of their movies on computers. Our old CRT televisions are dying, and instead of replacing them, we just head to the computer instead.
And it's great...except watching films and engaging television is supposed to be about relaxing, and that can be difficult to do when you're trying to consume a feature length film at your desk. Many of us have wi-fi connected devices on our TVs, or even connected whole computers to televisions in our living and family rooms, both
Sure, it might be the ONLY iPhone stand made of cutlery, but that doesn't change its dopeness.
ForkedUpArt of North Salt Lake, Utah, sells two different options: ForkHead, pictured above, and his brother SpoonHead, seen below.