Sifting through the Instructables website I came along this retro looking USB spinner wheel or Jog wheel. The USB tutorial project is a bit complicated and requires some technical know-how, so if you are looking to increase your mod skill sets, this might be the project for you. So what is something like this good […]
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The world is going Green.Â This is your chance to keep those USB gadgets, yet charge them without consuming electricity and leaving your carbon footprint.Â The idea behind this USB tutorial is taking the kinetic energy of your bike and turn that into re-powering any USB gadget. I found this fun little project off the […]
Here is a guy with a bit too much time on his hands and clearly in the need for a healthy meal.Â Check out this USB tutorial on making a USB popcorn maker: Source: YouTube.
Here is a simple USB tutorial on taking a typical phone cord and splicing it so USB connectors sit on each end.Â The concept being a cheap and easy way to make a short cable expand out for long distance connection during use. The only fear is that phone cords are not well shielded and […]
Today LifeHacker syndicated a short description on how to place a Wiki on a USB stick…and I thought…hmm interesting idea. So digging into things a little deeper it seems no more complicated than putting WordPress on a stick. But I think most of you would ask, why? The reason would be for off-line edits, organizing […]
One of the most common problems with USB drives is the plastic casing getting cracked and breaking apart.Â It’s a shame that such a cheap piece of plastic might encourage some to drop another $20 or $30 on a new device.Â Of course fixing the plastic is never going to work as a long term […]
With “going green” such a big trend right now you might find yourself wanting to put a little green in your workspace – and no, I don’t mean that green. The following is a video USB tutorial on taking some supplies from around your office or home, LED lights and some USB power to create […]
Instructables posted a great little USB hack for turning an old VHS tape into a glowing USB hub.Â I like this mod because it takes an old, out of date medium, puts some retro lighting in there which creates a modern day device I can use everyday. Instructables also brings up a good point with […]
Waterproofing your USB drive is a good preventative maintenance procedure as you never know when it’ll end up in the wash. Below is a video on how to use epoxy and little skill to waterproof your UFD. Enjoy this USB tutorial:
Here is an illuminating tutorial for you. A simple “how to” on making a USB flash light. In just a few minutes you can have a handy flash light for peaking into your PC tower, under the desk or behind the office credenza for that lost business card.
With over 5,300 Diggs, I figure this would be a good article to report about on how to make a sawed-off USB key.Â Nothing about this project is too technical, but the idea is clever enough it’s gained a lot of attention. The sawed off UFD is a mod of using a slim Kingmax USB […]
Here is a nice quick and easy USB tutorial. Swapping storage can become a headache in Windows as you never know or can remember which drive letter Windows assigns your drive.Â At Lifehacker, they posted a nice tip on assign USB drives to folders.Â This method not only keeps things organized, but adds one additional […]