This do-it-yourself project is so wild and wacky that I just have to try to build one myself.
My friend Wilfried in the Netherlands just sent me the URL for a really mega-cool do-it-yourself (DIY) project. This little scamp involves building your own high-fidelity loudspeaker using only a foam dinner plate, a magnet, some wire, a couple of business cards, and a jack plug to connect it to your notepad computer.
This is really very, very clever. It's a great project to do with kids. Once you have all of the parts, you can throw this together in 10 minutes or less, which works well for those with a short attention span (like me).
Speaking of which, I just saw a really great T-Shirt bearing the legend: "I'm no rocket surgeon." at Pretty Good Goods.
Sorry, what were we talking about?
Oh yes, may I wish a Very Happy New Year to you, your family, and your friends!
2008, ready or not, here I cooooommmmmmeeeee!
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