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I have no place else to go. Ive tried /g/ but nobody ever replies unless it's Linux/autism related and /adv/'s replies were irrelevant to anything I'm asking and the thread turned into a college baww thread. I'm starting college; Finance major with hopes to major in sociology as well. What's a cheap product to use to store textbooks on and have access to MS Office. I was wondering about buying a Chromebook but I'm not sure if I could store my textbooks on there since its not PC or Mac. Would a Win8 tablet with keyboard work? I have a desktop. I just need something portable to carry to class. I don't need a $1,350 power laptop. Just something portable and able to use MS office and eTextbooks. Last chance hopes from you /diy/. I really don't feel like signing up to some tech forum. I have Googled and I saw the Kindle Fire HD /w Bluetooth Keyboard mentioned a lot but not sure whether they have MS Office.
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hey /diy, im want to make my own t-shirt to support myself in college. now im see website like customink,zazzle,spreadshirt, and cafepress. and i don't like those website that gives you a template. is there any other sites that i can use to design and/or sell? is there anyone who sells t-shirts for living?
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Has anyone actually attempted this? If so, I'm curious how well it works out in comparison to models displayed online.
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I'm thinking of buying an old car and reparing it. I've never done anything like it before and was wonreding what an ameture could acctually do. e.g. could I repair body work or engine components easily or would it require more in depth knowledge
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I'm looking for a non-toxic adhesive that can withstand temperatures around 300-450F. Google only lead me to stuff about cookware that was unresolved, but I refuse to let Yahoo Answers be the end of my search. I bought this whip from a local headshop and it fell apart on the first use. I took the piece back and it fell apart again. Clearly it's a flawed design and whatever glue they were using doesn't work. It's a really great piece and worked amazingly right up until it fell apart. Help? The device in question is to the left.

IMMA FIRE MY LAZOR

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/diy/namos, hate to break the news to you, but laser cutters are expensive. anyone try making one? Ignoring the CNC parts (axis, stepper motors etc), what are the laser components needed, where could I look and how much do you think is a reasonable budget to put together one of these sexy beasts? +gold stars for links, inb4 scroogles.
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Greeting /diy/ I'm planning on setting up a hanging garden at my Aunt's house (I normally do hydroponics, but I want to test hanging gardens because her place gets a lot of sun). However, I want it to be self-watering, with as little maintenance required since I don't really trust them to look after it that well. I already have a water pump. Here's what I'm planning. A basin on the bottom to collect and recycle water, that will be pumped back to the top into a reservoir on intervals, which will hopefully trickle water back into the container. My problem is, I want to do drip irrigation (or at least slow watering). What should I do? Right now I'm considering putting a layer of cotton underneath the reservoir (which has a few holes in it). Will that work well, or is there a better method?

What to use as dividers in my record collection?

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My vinyl collection are stored in wood boxes. I want to found a great idea (and not expensive) to organized them alphabetically. For example, I really love this dividers by Suck Uk (http://www.suck.uk.com/products/cdlpdividers) but it's quite expensive ! So.. ideas ? What can I use as dividers?
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hey faggots I'm building a solar panel radio and I need your expertise.So far this is what I got, -a 5v 150mA solar panel (5pack) -a small AA radio -hakko fx888 soldering station.(based on /diy/ recomendation) The radio is for a greenhouse. I want it to be on all day so there's always music playing (to make my plants happy). My questions are: -Will one solar panel be enough to run a tiny AA radio (not using rechargeable batteries), or will I have to connect multiple solar panels? - Will it work if I just solder the -+ to the respective battery terminals, or will I need to add diodes of some sort?
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I'm building my own gaming computer. Budget is 900 or less. This is what I have. 2 questions on the list below: 1.) Are these parts all compatible with each other? 2.) Is there anything I could cut back on to save a little money for about the same performance? RAIDMAX SMILODON Extreme Black ATX-612WEBP 1.0mm SECC Steel ATX Mid Tower Foldout MB Computer Case With 500W Power Supply ASUS DRW-24B1ST/BLK/B/AS Black SATA 24X DVD Burner - Bulk - OEM SAPPHIRE 100357LP Radeon HD 7750 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready Low Profile Video Card G.SKILL NS Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-1600C11D-8GNS Intel BOXDQ77MK LGA 1155 Intel Q77 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard (I also get a free Intel Etch-A-Sketch with this bad boy) Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge 3.4GHz (3.8GHz Turbo) LGA 1155 77W Quad-Core Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 4000 BX80637I53570K
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Electrical hardship befalls me. 6 outlets have no power. GFCIs checked, one is in the circuit line but has no load lines, so it doesnt protect anything and isnt receiving power anyways. House was built maybe around 1964, no gfci in the garage. Only 2 in bathrooms, and a few outside. All checked and reset just in case. No breaker popped, all ones that may be it (horribly labeled, something I plan to do soon) have been flipped on and off just in case. I also used my multimeter and read 120volts coming out of every single breaker. I checked 4 of these outlets for power inside the box, nada. The ones I haven't checked yet would logically be in the middle of the lines, but will get to those later. Currently I am thinking to flip off main power, go to each of the thought to be ends or beginnings of the line and twist the wires together (white black, hot load <lol) one at a time and then checking for continuity from the white lines and to the breaker line at the breaker box to find a broken/corroded wire. I am about ready to call an electrician, but if I can find a line break that would hopefully keep some diagnostic cost down. Any ideas? HALP INTERNET

friction

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hey /diy/nosaurs, i don't know if im in the right section, but i have a question. I have a project, and im trying to find out any transparent polish or film that has same or nearly the friction of a felt. Any ideas?
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Hey /diy/ so I'm really interested in Bonsai I'd really like to get one but I just can't pay the prices (ranging from 100€ up to seemingly infinite.) Although I want to invest quite a lot of time, I don't wanna wait 15 years to see results, so planting from seed isn't really an option. I've been thinking about buying a really cheap one and work with it but I've heard that cheep bonsais (eg. from IKEA) are extreamely hard to keep alive and will most propably die within a year. So, is there anything you guys can suggest?
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Does /Diy/ know anything about elastic launched gliders? I have to make one that has a wingspan of under 1 foot and weighs less than 10 grams. Any design plans of things to keep in mind while building would be greatly appreciated.

Hey /diy/er

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I am wanting to do a frame to put my soon to be Green Lantern rise of the third army issue 13 collection, and I am wanting to put the in a photo/wall frame. I looked up frames of the dimension I am planning to use. (12x28) on amazon they cost around 30+ dollars. I called michaels and they would charge around 140 to make a wall frame of that size. These are the comic books i will be framing into one frame. http://green-bloggers-site.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Green-Lantern-Titles-The-New-52-issue-13.jpg I am looking for recommendations when framing multiple comics and what kind of UV coating I should use, and if I should use glass or acrylic.

Cleaning this

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Hey diy i have troubles cleaning the spot in the red circle. ive tried to put it in a zipbag with alcohol and salt but i wont go further off. any suggestions how to?

graphene

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is there any way to diy your own graphene circuits? or any thing with graphene?
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Building the Altoids amp and I'm going to use the TLO82 Dual BiFET OP Amp as an alternative. Is that a fine?
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sup /diy/ long time lurker first time poster this is my phone anyone know how i could modify this phone programming or physical hardware modifications are welcome
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Hey, I wanted to make this, but I wanted to use some 386s because i have some handy. Will this work?






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