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Type Yourself a Drink

Type Yourself a Drink

Thanks to Morskoiboy’s creation, you can now touch type your own Tom and Jerry. This syringe-based keyboard pumps various colored potables through 136 tubes totaling 30 meters of length. But before being poured into the glass, the liquid is pushed through the appropriate parts of a 14 segment display, indicating the letter you pressed. According […]

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The AWESOME Button: A Made-to-Measure USB Input Device

After a quick search of the posts I’ve written for MAKE, it’s clear that I overuse the word “awesome.” It’s not news to me, but I had no idea how bad my problem was. In fact, I think you could say that I abuse the word. In order to cut down on my usage of […]

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The sound of one hand programming

The sound of one hand programming

Gosh, I love the resourcefulness of our readers. MAKE subscriber Matt Daughtrey writes: My left arm has been recently sidelined by surgery. I’m a developer and wanted to keep my productivity as high as possible during my recuperation, so here’s an approach to one-handed touch typing that others might find useful. With a little Sugru, […]

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