iPhone 4 – where form meets function. And duct tape. by jronaldlee, on Flickr A while back I made a very popular repair tutorial for the iPhone 3, showing how to replace the glass front panel/digitizer. I recently got some questions from someone who had broken the screen on their brand spanking new iPhone 4,… Fortsett å lese Found: Repair parts for the iPhone 4
Ifixit.com has long been a great source of information for people looking to repair their own Apple products. But starting on 21st of april, iFixit expands its scope to all kinds of products, and will also let people add and edit new repair manuals. Along with sites such as instructables.com and Make magazine iFixit is… Fortsett å lese Welcome to Repair 2.0
I recently found about 40 meters of electrical cables in the trash at work. It’s threaded with 4-7 strands of solid core wire which I needed for a DIY project (to be revealed soon), and I ended up with quite alot of white plastic tubing that I really didn’t want to throw out. So I… Fortsett å lese Mini-diy: Homemade beads from electrical cables
Want to find out how to repair / replace the glass front panel on your iPhone 3G? This is how I did it.
Find a way to support or duplicate this! I used to skate when I was a kid, and loved it. It just brings a gigantic smile to my face seing these Afghan kids playing. Read more about it at Skateistan.org New York Times: CNN
I took a nice little evening trip in my kayak yesterday (my fourth trip ever, I’m a total newbie). Launched from the nearest beach, just a kilometer from my house, and headed straight out to sea, towards the sun as it was setting, then turning around as it went down, catching the breeze on my… Fortsett å lese Straight into the sun
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This is a good project to do with kids. Just start gathering bits and pieces of junk in a box, or clean out a few drawers, and you soon have enough raw material to create your own little eco warrior tribe! Any material can be used. On the creature above we have a wine cork… Fortsett å lese Tiny Eco Warriors #1-5
What have you sharpened lately?
This is part of my new little project: Repairing things for me and for others.