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Turn an old monitor into a wall display with a Raspberry Pi

Have an old monitor and Raspberry Pi lying around? Put them both to great use with this DIY wall-mounted display.<p>So you have an unused Raspberry Pi -- or five -- lying around and you don't know what to do with it. You're not alone, even if there are hundreds of projects at the ready.<p>You can turn it …

Raspberry Pi

DIY $40 Bench for the Dining Table - Shanty 2 Chic

Shares 271K<p>Hey friends! Hope you are having an awesome week! Those of you that <b>follow us on Instagram</b> have seen the progress of my dining room over …

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12 Inspirations For Home Improvement With Spanish Home Decorating Ideas

Do you wanna catch a piece of summer at your home and keep it for the whole year? Making spanish decoration in your own home will be something really …

Interior Design

Build Your Own Self Watering Planter

Build a raised planting bed and have tonight's salad at your fingertips!<p>The drain pipes are filled with water, which is gradually wicked out by the …

Create Your Own Rustic Wall Rack to Display Knives Tutorial

Not only is an exposed magnetic knife rack useful for maximizing vertical storage space and providing easy access to kitchen tools in high rotation, …

Our Best Nachos Recipes for Game Day and Anytime

Pre-shredded cheese and a jar of salsa? You can do better than that! Try one of our best nachos recipes.<p>From game day to weekend snacking to, um, weeknight dinners, we support any excuse to eat nachos. But pre-shredded cheese and a jar of watery tomato salsa? You can do better than that.<p>That's why …

Cooking

The man who grew eyes

The train line from mainland Kobe is a marvel of urban transportation. Opened in 1981, Japan’s first driverless, fully automated train pulls out of Sannomiya station, guided smoothly along elevated tracks that stand precariously over the bustling city streets below, across the bay to the Port …