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Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 03 : Cars and Halloween

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شماره سوم Make - Technology On Your Time Volume 03 به صورت اختصاصی به مجموعه ای از ماشین هک و مدها. به علاوه اثرات خنک ویژه در گاراژ خالی از سکنه شما می پردازد  که شما می توانید رایگان دانلود کنید.

Includes Mod Your Rod: a collection of car hacks and mods. Plus make cool special effects and animatronics for your garage haunted house!

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Dale Dougherty wonders what would it mean for products to be more maker friendly, not just user friendly. Page 7

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Why copy-restriction technology succeeds only in hurting the user. Page 10

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How to hack your circadian rhythm: reboot to get more done. Page 12

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News from the Future: a report on the labs and garage projects changing the way we live. Page 15

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Reports from the world of backyard technology, including a shopping cart go-kart, the "Solar Death Ray," a demolished house sculpture, a gas tank bass instrument, and some seriously big speakers. Page 16

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Makers of virtual goods earn real cash in Second Life. Page 24

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Ed Storms is leading the effort to take cold fusion off the back burner by moving it into the garage. Page 25

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Revisiting, revamping, and reusing forgotten technology: living free in the Florida Everglades. Page 36

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How do you make a $200 computer for blind kids? Page 40

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Fun for about a dollar: build a simple blimp with the use of helium, a balloon, and a few straws! Page 42

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Silicon Valley's HomeBrew Robotics Club is leading the development of an open source robot hardware system. Quinn Norton interviews Chuck McManis. Page 43

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The tools we use — or wish we could get our hands on. Page 44

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James Bond depended on Q to trick out his cars. But with Make's guide to car hacking, you'll learn how to turn your ride into a fully loaded, grease-eating, MP3-blasting, Wi-Fi-transmitting monster machine. Page 49

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Your car's 12-volt wiring is loaded with opportunities for enhancing your vehicle in ways carmakers only dream of. Page 50

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Adding a Mac mini to a VW: a pro tells us how he did it. Matt Turner is a professional fabricator and installer of mobile electronics. He's been working in the industry for 12 years and has built numerous award-winning show vehicles. His latest project brings hope to all car owners hoping to Macify their ride. Page 54

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Make your own 4-in-1 car wiring diagnostic tool. The Uber Tester is a gadget that won't remove door panel clips but does test for most wiring conundrums you might encounter. Page 56

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Turn your car into a Wi-Fi hotspot, then use GPS and webcam input to map your current location online and auto-generate a photo travelog. Page 60

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The best way to learn how to make your own backyard biodiesel is to start with a one-liter batch. It's easy to make a small batch that will work in any diesel engine. You won't need any special equipment--an old juice bottle will serve as the "reactor" vessel--and on such a small scale, you can quickly refine your technique and perform further experiments. Page 68

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The nation's #1 Mock Newspaper for Make readers intersted in alternative fuels. Front page news: "Grassroots Network Offers Alternative to Big Oil," "Deep-Fried Ride: Veggie Oil Inside," "Slippery Characters Steal Fryer Oil, Leave Mess," and "How Eco is Bio?" Page 76

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Want a better way to play MP3s through your car stereo than using an FM transmitter or a cassette adapter? Cut the static by connecting your iPod to your stereo's aux jack. Page 77

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Portabilizers take apart video game systems and turn them into portable gaming units. Page 81

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Build a relay board that sychronized lights, motors, and other electrical devices to a scary soundtrack playing on a computer, and create spooky haunted house special effects! Page 86

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Liberate a motor from an old VHS deck, attach it to a food chopper, and program the deck's recording timer to fill Fluffy's bowl on schedule. Voila! Your own programmable pet food dispenser. Page 98

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Launch potato projectiles 200+ yards with this stun-gun triggered, high-powered potato cannon with see-thru action. (Good thing potatoes are biodegradable.) Page 108

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Building a home entertainment center in the form of an Atomic Age TV set. Page 119

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Connecting multiple phones to a Vonage connection. Page 122

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Old school file sharing: make a duplicate LP or 45 by casting it in plastic. Page 124

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Make gigantic posters with a free web service. Page 127

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Make a movie that's shot in many locations around the world without leaving your house. Page 128

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Turn a $10 single-use camera into a $20 reusable digital camera. Page 130

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Make custom stink pods for your Stink Blaster. Page 133

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Soft silicone outside, tasty electronics inside. Page 135

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A simple circuit to go with your silicone nightlight enclosure. Page 140

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Whether you're facing a parachute drop into the High Sierras or a jammed button on your mobile, some handy keychain gizmo can be there for you. Page 141

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Why waste money on ringtones when you can use your audio collection?

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Nokia's Pop-Port interface doesn't accept a standard headphone jack. Here's a fix. Page 144

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Installing Wikipedia on a Sharp Zaurus. Page 146

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Make tamperproof driver bits by molding the screw heads. Page 147

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How to make square holes in aluminum sheet metal. Page 149

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Understanding schematics is a good baseline skill for makers, and not as hard as you think. Page 151

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A steering wheel mount for gamers. Page 153

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The Mignon is a kit for a handheld game player. Page 154

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Having fun with Apple's hard drive protection system. Page 156

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If Poker Tracker has taught me one thing, it's a reminder of the obvious: knowledge is power. Page 157

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If you need metal stuck together, there is no quicker path than buying a portable 110-volt wire-feed welder. Mr. Jalopy's introduction to welding will help you understand the process and show how you can be a welder by the end of the weekend--and end up with a couple of jigs for the effort. Page 158

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The best tools, software, gadgets, books, magazines, and websites. Page 172

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Almost everything you need to know about MAKE. Page 181

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Many hobbyists are beginning to rediscover the appeal of classic microcomputers from the 70s and early 80s. Page 182


Highlights from the MAKE blog, the MAKE Flickr photo pool, and MAKE: Audio. Page 184

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Questions and comments, information about the free MAKE newsletter and digital edition, and MAKE Amends, our apology section, for mistakes in past issues. Page 185

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Make a 4-bit binary sort using a chopstick and 16 3x5 inch index cards. Page 187

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A commercial real estate mogul wants to put a life-size sculpture atop a tower crane at his latest development. Engineers are scared to touch the problem for under $50,000. You boast that you could do it for $20. Page 188

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How to protect your night vision, from Astronomy Hacks. Page 190

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Cinderella’s fairy godmother didn’t have a clue. Page 191

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Where makers tell their tales and offer praise, brickbats, and swell ideas. Page 192

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What the TSA takes away really adds up on eBay. Page 193

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I didn't set out to build a microprocessor. It just sort of happened. Page 194

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