DIYs & Mods

Broke? Try Pringles Miniputt

Love to play miniature golf but don’t feel like shelling out $10 a game? Create your own! All you have to do is take a can of Pringles, eat that shit up and then slice it down the sides. You’ll then be able to bat around golf balls all day inside your nice, big office. No Pringles? Try gettin’ busy ...

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The Blender Lamp

Have an old blender lying around? Might as well put it to good use or chuck it. We highly recommend turning it into a lamp because it’s cheap and easy to do. All you’ll need is a screwdriver and and a light socket like the kind you can buy for $3 at The Home Depot. An hour or two later, ...

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Nintendo DS Homebrew Guide

Looking to get the most out of your DS? DS Fanboy has compiled a great homebrew guide for all you coders and hackers who are interested in using the Nintendo DS as a development platform. We’ve dabbled a bit in DS homebrew discussion, pointing out accessories like the N5 loader and the KORG DS-10 software, which, without a doubt in ...

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Dual Exhaust Flame Thrower Kit For the Spy Hunter In You

Here’s an extremely awesome DIY kit for the exhaust system on your car. Shoot up to 20 feet of flame right out of the tailpipe with the push of a button. Is this even legal? Arsonists everywhere would be drooling if it was legal. Tailgaters will surely learn their lesson from tailing someone with one of these installed. Getting away ...

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Spring Reverb, Slinky Style

Though I’m a bit too young to experience a true spring reverb pedal, I’m well aware they reign king over today’s digital alternatives. This DIY project from the Electronic Peasant has brought in a Slinky to really make things ridiculous. He’s used the stair-crawling toy to emulate a 1976 spring reverb unit. How does it work? Glad you asked: There ...

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House Made Of Recyclables: Very Cyberpunk

Using industrial castoffs as well as other spare parts and pieces, Jan Korbes has constructed an alternative solution to housing that’s not only portable, but is also completely made up of recycled parts.Though not a Reboot, it’s still a cool arts and crafts project. I can’t see anyone wanting to live in it.Unfortunately, we may not have a choice. How ...

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Keeping It Simple: LED Origami

Step 1: Create an origami cube Step 2: Waltz over to Radio Shack, pick up a battery and an LED Step 3: Assemble battery and LED, shove finished product inside origami Step 4: Get high, enjoy. Link (via)

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Flying Penis! Duck!

Perhaps the greatest use of a remote controlled device in history: a flying penis flew into the middle of a speech from former chess master and Russian political activist, Garry Kasparov. It seems someone took the time to turn an RC helicopter into a flying cock. After the security guard swatted it to the ground, Kasparov says, “I think we ...

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Trick Burglars Without the Electric Bill

Ever wonder why burglars are less likely to break into your home if they see a TV glare off of a window? Me too. Chances are it’s just some lazy couch potato that you could mug for a few hundred bucks, but instead, burglars take the safe approach, waiting for signs of vacancy before breaking in and leaving with a ...

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The Six Gallon Beverage Dispenser

Apparently, putting a faucet in a work bucket is carte blanche to call it a beverage dispenser. However, we’ll let this contraption slide only because it holds six gallons of beer. The Six Gallon Beverage Dispenser costs $35 and is basically just a bucket from The Home Depot with a faucet shoved in it. There’s also labels you can slap ...

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