Monthly Archives: December 2010

Something Somewhere, One Time.

I like to write up what happened at the end of every year. I like to say, I remember this, I understood this, this was something special. This year, I can only say the last thing. So much has happened. … Continue reading

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So, Instructables is Making eBooks, Now:

And they’re including my stuff. One of these eBooks is called “Daily Bread” and it features my 4-Hour No Knead recipe: I’m proud to say that they used my breadtography on the cover. It’s kind of interesting to see my … Continue reading

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Mike Reetz Shows You How To Make A Suitcase Drumset.

Check this out! It’s his entry into the Craftsman Challenge — be sure to vote for him if you like it.

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DIY Book Scanner Helps Out in Haiti, is Featured in the NYT

I’m pleased to say that the NYT made mention of my community and my recent article today. I’m also pleased to announce that technology that I’ve developed with that community will be helping improve the lives of people in Haiti: … Continue reading

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The Why in DIY Book Scanning in NYLS Review.

Today, Google announced the availability of their ebook store. Times, they are changin’… Today, I proud to announce that my article “The Why in DIY Book Scanning” is now available [PDF] from New York Law School Review. In it, I … Continue reading

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