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Web Design For Dummies (Like Me)

Another semester another web design assignment, the bane of my existence. On first hearing about this assignment, I was transported back to the nauseating experience of trying to figure out the inner workings of Adobe Muse. 390 more words

FROM SILVER TO GRAPHITE GREY

Kotimme ulko-oven vastaisella seinällä, jossain tuolla eteisen ja olohuoneen välimaastossa, on valokuvakollaasi.

Kollaasin teon aloitin jo ennen kuin muutimme tähän nykyiseen kotiimme. Muutama vuosi sitten täydensin sen nykyiseen muotoonsa. 273 more words

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Tips for selling handmade items online: what is the secret behind it

The demand for handmade items has never been greater. However, the number of handmade items offered on the market has never been greater too. This leaves you with a simple calculation that if you let the virtual world take its own course, you would be lost in the sea of handmade items. 281 more words

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Pops of Color in Cacti

Have you been searching for a fun way to add color to your walls or to just have a fun DIY girls night? Then this is the perfect craft for you! 236 more words

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DIY : Explosion Box

today 29/3 is my father’s birthday! happy birthday dad! i made an explosion box for him. i just make one layer because of short time and i don’t want him to feel complicated with the layer layer thingy. 32 more words

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DIY Home Decorations Blog - ADVICE NEEDED: A full spectrum light therapy box? - I'm not much of an expert on the color spectrum, circuitry, or lighting (LED in particular) so I wasn't sure which specific sub to go to...so I ended up here and I wanted to see if I could get some advice.Here's my concept:There have been numerous studies over the past several decades on the effects of various light wavelengths and their therapeutic uses. I'd like to use LED strip lighting or individual diodes to create a light therapy box (or panel) that could provide both UV light therapy to combat SAD and also Red/IR light therapy for skin and muscle/joint therapy.Conceptually, I could install the various light strips that fit the specific wavelengths desired (Ranging from 300-400ish nm UV-B to 660nm red light therapy to IR).Before someone mentions it, no I'm not trying to build my own tanning bed... 😂😂Questions:First off, does my concept make sense? Is it practical?Would the total number of diodes required be practical from a cost/size perspective?If I could feasibly buy and assemble all of the strips or diodes together. What would be the best way to control the wavelengths desired for each type of treatment.What about the lux/lumens of this idea?What other challenges or obstacles am I forgetting?


ADVICE NEEDED: A full spectrum light therapy box?

I’m not much of an expert on the color spectrum, circuitry, or lighting (LED in particular) so I wasn’t sure which specific sub to go to…so I ended up here and I wanted to see if I could get some advice.Here’s my concept:There have been numerous studies over the past several decades on the effects of various light wavelengths and their therapeutic uses. 179 more words

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