DIY projects

really helpful DIY projects

Do it yourself DIY projects are the best thing to do in idle hours and yep this is probably the most interesting thing you can  do in the idle hours. So lets learn some projects which will really benefit us. 1.Use bookends as floating Bookshelves..

2. Transfer a photo on a slab of wood..

3.Turn Clothes Hangers Into Shoe Hangers

Our brains can't quit our gadgets—that didn't happen by accident

These are some of the design tricks that keep us hooked

Google and Apple are two of the biggest technology companies in the world. They’ve made their fortunes—and gained global dominance in the process—by encouraging us to spend as much time as possible on our smartphones, laptops, and other devices. But in the spring of 2018, both companies announced plans to help users spend less time glued to their screens.

In May, Google announced it would be making over its entire suite of products, with many changes made in the name of moderation. “Great technology should improve life, not distract from it,” Google said in its announcement of a new Digital Wellbeing initiative. The upcoming Android P software update will introduce dashboards that give users daily insight into the amount of time they spend on their phone, including data broken down by specific apps. It will also allow users to set limits on how much time they get in a given app before the screen goes greyscale. YouTube, which is …


If you love coffee, you will most likely have a beautiful home espresso machine. Maybe even a Rancilio Silvia. The Silvia is a sleek, simple, robust, high-quality machine. However, one downside of this coffee machine is that, like many others, it uses thermostats in order to control the brew temperature. Utilising thermostats to obtain precision and continuous temperature control is not very effective.  That is why you see high-end commercial coffee machines utilise Proportional-Integral-Derivative (PID) controllers. This hack will show you how to create a GUI that will incorporate precision temperature control into any simple coffee machine. Hacking-it-up utilising a Raspberry Pi will also mean the capability to integrate the Internet-of-Things into the machine. Step one will be to down a couple of double espressos. Then, it is time to get down to business. This hack will require some sweet skills in Linux, Kivy (for the front end GUI) and Python.  But don’t worry if you’re just a b…