The Theoretical Minimum
Mortise & Tenon Joint
Natural Non-Toxic Wood Stain with Coffee, Berries and More...
If you're looking for a natural, non-toxic wood stain, you might want to raid your kitchen. Coffee, tea, vinegar, walnut hulls and even certain berries can be used to stain wood. Tea One simple way to stain wood is to boil tea leaves in two cups...
Math Monday: Nested Helices
If you want to make a screw of wood, the first tool you would think of is a lathe. But you can also make a screw on a scroll saw. In fact, I was stunned to learn of a surprising technique for using...
Making cast iron slippery
Furniture Built From Doors and Ladders
Dutch artist Chris Ruhe designs and builds furniture using reclaimed building materials set at radical angles. Whether its a cabinet unit made from old doors, or shelves made from discarded ladders...
Crate Coffee Table
Picture of the Day: The H.O. Studley Tool Chest
Greg Miller's Guide to Lock Picking for Beginners
Oops. I Left My Millions at Home.
Rare Historical Photos Pt. 3 [21 Pics]
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Amazing Fact Generator
Prepared to be amazed by over 2,000 random, interesting facts and counting with the Mental Floss Amazing Fact Generator.
Photo Tree That Survived Nuclear Explosion
Hartman Essay: Words to Know
Thou shalt not commit logical fallacies
Logical fallacies are often sneakily used by politicians and the media to fool people. Don't be fooled! This website has been designed to help you identify and call out dodgy logic wherever it may raise its ugly, incoherent head.
Whenever I'm out and about, whether it's thrift shopping or antiquing, browsing a home or craft store, I'm always on the look out for unique letters (and the numbers 3 and 4 of co...
Your Favorite Drink Under a Microscope
These pictures are not the works of an abstract painter, but photographs of alcoholic drinks under a microscope.
What children's drawings would look like if it were painted...
Illustrator Dave DeVries created The Monster Engine, a project to take children's drawings and paint them realistically.