Posts Tagged 'cd'

French Artists Sew Together 65,000 CDs

When’s the last time you used a CD? I did burn a dual layer DVD recently, but CDs? Can’t remember. However, I do still have a lot of music on CDs. That being said, check out what French artists Clémence Eliard and Elise Morin created with the help of 65,000 CDs.

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The CD Spindle Case Terrarium Atomic Shrimp

CD and DVD spindle cases can be reused in a variety or purposes, but this is the first time I’ve seen them reused as a terrarium. With only a few steps you can make your own small terrarium that will grow over a period of days.

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Easy Living Without Buying CDs or DVDs

Ever since I was a teenager, music has always been very important for me, which is why I have so many CDs. Believe it or not, I’ve got about 1,200 CDs, 200 DVDs, and about 600 vinyl records. About 6 years ago, I stopped buying these. How do I live without them? Read on to find out more.

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Make A Custom iPod Dock From Your CD or DVD Drive

Just like floppy drives, CD and DVD drives are slowly becoming obsolete. Sure, you might use them from time to time, but most of the time, they just sit there unused. This great little hack will transform your under-used CD or DVD drive into a custom dock for you iPod.

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Adam Sandler’s Talking Goat

I remember listening to the tape when I was a kid. I found it hilarious. Andrew posted a link to a YouTube recording of this skit. NSFW (via cf)

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