1391 readersTake a closer look at artwork from special editions of "Popular Mechanics" magazine dated 1945 through 1950.read more
7651 readers If you were one of the many people scrambling to make your charitable contributions in the final days of 2012, you may be pleased to know that charitable organizations are working to make it easier for you to donate any time, from your preferred device. For example, the first digital edition of Heifer International’s World
672 readersIn this installment of "Free for All," you'll find plug-ins, applications, and online services that will make you more industrious. I've also thrown in 25 industrial-style fonts. And as always, they're free.read more
1703 readersIn conjunction with Newsweek’s March 19 retro edition to promote the new season of “Mad Men,” Domtar ran a 1960s-style ad that shows while we live in a more digital age, people still read faster on paper. “We’ve seen studies that show whether you’re an executive or a millennial, people prefer to read on paper, and
1203 readersWe were very excited to learn that the new Kodak Pulse Digital Frame won a Popular Mechanics Editor's Choice Award at CES! It was chosen in recognition of outstanding achievement in new product design and innovation. We love getting a shiny award to show off in our booth. The Wall Street Journal also listed the
932 readersThe popular AIMCAL Converting School course, “Winding: Machines, Mechanics and...
5010 readersCreative professionals are often expected to come up with thoughtful, unusual, handmade, heartfelt gifts for their valentines. Hopefully you've been too busy with work for all that. These last-second gifts may save your reputation.read more
60 readersCrafty Cardboard is an original article from: M-bossed.com — A media blog. ©2009 Ryan McAbee || Tis the season to take advantage of free shipping for all those holiday purchases. Those stacks of cardboard boxes are mostly boring brown. Yet here are two examples of people rethinking how and what cardboard can make. A bicycle made of cardboard. A
2760 readersBirds may not be the pet of first choice for many people, but they’ve always been popular and at times, highly advertised.read more
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