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Making things (Foundations)

Philippa Jean

Making things (Foundations)

by Philippa Jean

  • 39 Want to read
  • 9 Currently reading

Published by The Wright Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Handicraft,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Readers (Primary)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages8
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10974498M
    ISBN 100780233417
    ISBN 109780780233416
    OCLC/WorldCa36500655

      Making Stuff and Doing Things is probably the most useful book on the planet. It's been called more important than the Bible. It's an indispensable handbook full of basic life skills for the young punk or activist, or for anyone else who's just trying to get stuff done - .   As cautionary woodworking tales go, Nancy R. Hiller’s might just be the funniest – and the most sincere. Standing in contrast to James Krenov’s “The Impractical Cabinetmaker” from , Hiller’s new book, “Making Things Work: Tales from a Cabinetmaker’s Life,” is not about waiting for a particular plank of wood to tell you its true.

    Making Things See 3D vision with Kinect, Processing, Arduino, and MakerBot. By Greg Borenstein. Publisher: Make Community, LLC. Release Date: January Pages: Read on O'Reilly Online Learning with a day trial Start your free trial now Buy on Amazon.   2 Great Books About Making Stuff One is for the kids (and maybe the adults) and the other is for the adults (and maybe for some kids). Either way, if .

    The SIMPLE makealong has officially begun! From now until July 26th, we'll be making our little hearts out along with many of you, our contributors, and shops. We have some really amazing blog posts and giveaways planned that we'll be announcing next week, and we hope you'll join us in making together.   To make a pop-up book, start by folding a sturdy piece of construction paper in half and cutting 2 parallel, horizontal slits in the center of the paper to create a tab. You can follow the same process to create as many pages as you want%(97).


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Making things (Foundations) by Philippa Jean Download PDF EPUB FB2

A compilation of the "best selections" from Making Things and Making Things 2, published in the s, this book has many inspirational quotes, philosophical tidbits, and a wealth of creative ideas.

"Save Things for Making Things" is a valuable list that opens the presentation. Not only are there things to save, but also reasons for doing so/5(5).

Autodesk’s new book, The Future of Making, explores how emerging technologies and new ways of designing are transforming what we make, how we make things, and who does the making.

When we combine sensing, computing, and physical expression with new materials—and help equip communities to make things they are passionate about—magic happens. The projects listed in the book inspire you Making things book try new things.

I am amazed at the variety of materials used. This book was written even before the global "be green" campaign. For me, some of the projects are too advanced to even think about trying.

But someone else previewing this book might get inspired to try something new/5(11). “It is rare that I finish a book in one sitting. I must say the book ‘Making Things Work: Tales from a Cabinetmaker’s Life’ by NR Hiller is a great read for several reasons.

First, it’s a glimpse into the wonderful life of the author. One whose life is filled with adventure, passion and struggle. Create a loving gift for your family by entering in this family organizing book. All the information they'll need to know one day about your banking, personal property, insurance, burial wishes, investments, etc.

10 lined pages clearly identify topics to cover, with space for writing family information.4/5(12). This book is chock full of things to make and do like how to make your own playdough, and more intricate crafts like how to carve a willow whistle or make a tin can lantern.

Theres lots of stuff on weavingover a dozen different ideas for looms, and many suggestions for materials such as weed weaving/5. To make a homemade book, start by cutting 2 equal-sized pieces of cardboard for the front and back cover.

Then, fold 6 sheets of paper in half, stack them, and sew the folded edges together. Next, cut a strip of fabric that's as long as the sheets of paper and glue it over the spine of the pages%().

I have been reading and re-readng your book, Making Things Move, over the last six months and I love it. The way you present the concepts made it really easy to grasp and I have learned a lot from it.

I really appreciate how you included the mathematics without it seeming like a chore to get through. Thanks a lot for such a great guide. Scott Berkun is the author of four popular books, Making Things Happen, The Myths of Innovation, Confessions of a Public Speaker and Mindfire: Big Ideas for Curious Minds.

His work as a writer and speaker have appeared in the The Washington Post, the New York Times, Wired, the Economist, Fast Company, Forbes, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN, National Public 4/5. When you’re young, broke, and in search of a life of adventure, Making Stuff and Doing Things is the most useful book on the planet.

It’s been called “more important than the Bible.” It’s an indispensable handbook full of basic life skills for the young punk or activist, or for anyone who’s trying to get by, get stuff done, and live life to the fullest without a lot of money.

Making Things Work. By Francis Fukuyama. “Shop Class as Soulcraft” is a beautiful little book about human excellence and the way it is undervalued in contemporary America. From the Original Broadway Cast Recording of The Book of Mormon, the tenth track: "Making Things Up Again".

The said musical is written by. May 3, - For those who love both books and crafty things. See more ideas about Book crafts, Old books and Book page crafts pins. ‘Making Things Right’ Review: How to Build a Life A Norwegian carpenter’s step-by-step account of a home renovation, alongside a paean to craftsmanship and working with one’s hands.

Making Things Move in Copenhagen. Octo News Dustyn Roberts In a small world coincidence, a former student turned friend and colleague of mine, Adi Marom, was in Copenhagen last week teaching a workshop and saw a copy of my book on one of the student’s desks.

Whether you need to plug some sensors in your home to the Internet or create a device that can interact wirelessly with other creations, Making Things Talk explains exactly what you need. This book is perfect for people with little technical training but a lot of interest.

50 Things to Make With PVC Pipe: Here are 50 projects that'll inspire you to pick up some PVC pipe and get 'll find everything from practical creations, like a drill press and baby gate, to more fanciful projects, like a net gun, dunk tank, and paintball r yo.

Making Things Happen is the classic bestseller on managing and leading project teams, known for it’s honest, funny and insightful approach to what is often a deadly boring on Berkun’s nine years of experience as a program manager for Microsoft’s biggest projects, Berkun explains to technical and laypeople alike what it takes to lead critical projects from start to finish.

Learn how to make a book and bind it, using the simple "Japanese book binding technique" where a single ribbon holds the entire book together. A journal or photo album made this way makes a beautiful gift.

If you'd like to learn how to bind a book, then the Japanese bookbinding technique is one of the easiest ways to learn. By Nancy R. Hiller. As cautionary woodworking tales go, Nancy R. Hiller’s might just be the funniest – and the most sincere. Standing in contrast to James Krenov’s “The Impractical Cabinetmaker” fromHiller’s book, “Making Things Work: Tales from a Cabinetmaker’s Life,” is not about waiting for a particular plank of wood to tell you its true purpose.

The future of making is here, bringing with it radical changes in the way things are designed, made, and used. It’s disrupting every industry: architecture, engineering, and construction; manufacturing; and media and entertainment.

Making Things Up Again Is the tenth song in the broadway musical The Book of Mormon. this song was written by Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and .Making Things International 2 offers provocative interventions into debates about causality, connection, and politics through the notion of ic subjects include fighter jets, smartphones, tents, HTTP cookies, representations of North Korea, and histories of the diplomatic cable, the orange prison jumpsuit, and container shipping.