A buddy of mine runs a ring of food trucks, and told me his dream: a stylish lamp that could clearly tell his customers when the kitchen was about to close. Thus, the Last Call Lamp was born!
My attempts to build a PWM dimming circuit based on just a 555 timing chip and a power transistor.
My bedroom had been lacking a proper coat rack, and the idea of using super cheap used screwdrivers as hanging pegs seemed compelling.
When I found a $15 Scott FM Receiver/Amplifier at Seattle’s Fremont Market I was ecstatic, but before long it developed intermittent popping in one channel.
I built an easy-to-use dual-voltage 5 & 12 volt DC power interface for my desk.
The 2013 White Elephant season was kind to me and brought home a perfect etching mirror. I wanted to create…
On a low-key Christmas Day, I set out to make a new bedroom shelf that was simple, cheap, and flexible enough to adapt to different living environments.