Recent years have given rise to the do-it-yourself revolution, and people like Phil Torrone have helped to spearhead this campaign and bring it to the mainstream. Lockergnome’s Doing It is another great resource for curious individuals to examine. People are progressively growing tired of only using products in the way that they were intended to be used, and honestly, where’s the fun in that? Once you let your creativity out of its nice little container, your inner mad scientist will rear its crazy head and take over. Instead of only participating in projects that have already been created by others, you may have broken some major ground on your own and would therefore like to share your custom project with others. That’s great and all, but how are you going to do it? With Instructables, you’ll have a place to learn and teach DIY.
The projects are broken up by individual steps, and each step tells you exactly what you need to know in order to make whatever it is that you’re interested in. You’ll need some materials (which are documented), and from there, it’s just a matter of following directions. Pictures accompany each step, and the creator of the project can even place interactive notes on the pictures. Fellow inventors can also comment on the projects and post suggestions and improvements. So, what are you going to MAKE?
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