You’re in class and suddenly out of nowhere, it strikes you – boredom. You know that your teacher would frown upon it or, worse, reprimand you in front of your classmates if she caught you playing with your tablet during class. But what to do in these extremely trying times? Try a DIY iPad case made from a Composition Notebook!
Having at least two to three gadgets (a fairly conservative number) on you at all times is not just for the tech savvy people anymore. A Smartphone, laptop, tablet, and some USB accessories can be a part of a person’s everyday carry-on kit. If you carry all these devices when traveling, you likely need them for various functions. Unfortunately, batteries don’t run forever, and you’re going to eventually have to recharge all those gadgets. That means toting with you not only the gadgets themselves, but their separate chargers, connectors, and what not. All of which add to the weight of your daily load. To put simply, it’s one big hassle. How do you alleviate this problem? One convenient way is to make your own travel charging kit. You don’t have to go through the effort of bringing various chargers and cables; just grab your kit and go.
Below I review how to make your very own Travel Charging Kit.
Earbuds make taking the long bus ride home bearable – plugged into my phone and listening to my place. It makes the humdrum more bearable. Listening to music is a luxury. It’s a delight to the ears and soothing for the brain. It’s a lot of fun to and gives you the opportunity to get lost and forget everyday troubles even for just a while. Of course, there are lots of ways to listen to music and the prices for headphones range from just a couple dollars to hundreds! But, for everyday listening, earbuds seem to be the norm. Continue reading
In-ear earbuds are a godsend for those who prefer to listen to their music without the interference of the outside world. No longer do you have to crank up your music to drown out your surroundings. But over time, and thanks to some natural biological processes, they get dirty, especially if you have headphone models that come with white earbuds. So, to satisfy your cleanliness impulsion and get those earbuds looking brand new and hygienic again, here are a few cleaning instructions using a homemade solution.
Portable mobile chargers provide a useful boost for your gadgets when you’re on the road. While it’s easy to just go out and buy one, it’s always fun (and cheaper in the long run) to make your accessories, especially if you have the know-how. With DIY projects constantly appearing on the web, it’s easy to get the know-how, pair it with a set of tools, and set some time to get started. Creating your own durable, high power mobile charger just involves tinkering with a flashlight.