Part 2 of the Land’s End trilogy, because they sent me three (different) (equally useless) catalogs. They can’t all be winners. Advertisements
“Land’s End” because it’s made out of an otherwise useless catalog Land’s End sent me, and “monotonic” in the sense of one-directional, because it can only play increasingly high notes, never lower.
Here are two US military veterans who were born 100 years ago. They served in the Second World War. Their motivations for service were complicated, I think. But what they served for, I know, was not to have a country whose political and business leaders apologize for Naziism on the grounds of expediency. Honor our … More Why they were veterans
I committed more spreadsheet abuse.
I committed spreadsheet abuse.
I got a wider straw (from Subway) and a new approach, and made a new, larger, more bassoony (shut up, spell check) reed.Looked good, but would it work? OH YES. Vastly better! Also, two notes.
Another twofer make day.
Fan of bass instruments that I am, I figured I should make a rackett. But renaissance or baroque? One difference is that a renaissance rackett has a bore of constant diameter, whereas in a baroque racket each vertical tube is wider than the last. And since I didn’t have nine different diameters of PVC tubing, … More #makevember 7: PVC one note rackett
I had a few apples left, and a couple had bad spots starting, so I went ahead and used them. This is not an entirely novel make, either; week before last I made apple crisp, and this is essentially the bottom half of the same recipe. I decided to see if I could repurpose it … More #makevember 5: Apple topping