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Face Masks: sewn, formed & 3D printed

There were several shared posts online about mask-making projects to help protect oneself from the virus (Covid-19). I’ve attempted to make some of them and here’s what I think of them… Copper 3D Mask #hackthepandemic This is a great initiative by Copper 3D which I believe also coincides with the promotion of their anti-microbial PETg…

Stuck indoors with the kids: a parents survival guide

The upcoming school lockdown is both a source of relief and stress for parents, especially those with young children. Relief because they will be relatively safe from infection and stress because we will all be stuck inside with them and are we really prepared? Do we really have a limited option or do we need…

DIY your soap

Soap, one of the things that we need to keep the virus away, it’s also, something that flies off the supermarket shelves along with the toilet paper and hand sanitizer. It is very easy to make soap, just follow the instructions and be careful when handling caustic soda. If you do not want to handle…

Things to do during self-isolation

What can we do to amuse ourselves while we self-quarantine? Some people are lucky enough to be able to work remotely while many, can’t. The novelty of not going to work usually wears away after a couple of days to a week. Especially after you’ve tackled all the chores that were forever on your list…

Covid19/Coronavirus

So we have this Coronavirus pandemic that is rampaging the whole world that continues to spread. Check out live tracking of the virus.With hundreds of thousands infected worldwide and thousands dead. What do you know about it? It is a pandemic that started in Wuhan, China and spread around the world. It affects the lungs…

Build your own 3d printed camera

Have you ever thought about building your own camera? The thought came to mind a long time ago when I was in high school, but the difficulty was not only the cost but also the availability of the materials, also, 3D printers didn’t exist back then. Plus, with a fisherman as breadwinner, my family was…

Photographer Gifts

Creative gifts for photographers

Photographer gifts are a bit tricky. That is because what you get for your favourite photographers depend on their camera brand, what lenses they have and favourite subjects to shoot. So unless it is specifically requested, leave the gear related items up to them and just give them gift vouchers or something. Saying that, there’s…

5 things to do on a summer holiday weekend in London

It looks like we are going to have some dry weather in London this weekend. So if you’re fed up cooped up with the children because of the weather, get out there and enjoy some sunshine and the best places London has to offer. Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum is an excellent place…

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