Post regarding Home Improvement and (Home-Related) Business Tools.
There is no fully-comprehensive checklist for building a first aid kit because no one location has exactly the same set of hazards. You'll always want to be well-stocked with the basics, but there will be some additional tweaking needed to tailor your first aid kit to your particular home or office. [...]
I have been going back and forth with Eric Schimelpfenig, AKBD aka @SketchThis for a little more than a year ... tryin,g but failing to get him over on this blog. But when Eric recently released a plugin for Google SketchUp, I decided I just couldn't put it off any longer. I sent Eric some questions, and fortunately ... he responded. Below you'll find our interview. [...]
The creators of the BenchTop Pro market it as a portable unit. In my application, it really did work well. Not only did I have to clean the removed parts, but the differential housing must be cleaned also. I was able to easily bring the BenchTop Pro to where the work needed to be done. [...]
Then ... a kinda strange thing started to happen. Just as these same guys have, in the past, been just so willing to share images of their (tool) storage and transportation solutions - a handful began posting, well, their tool belts. A sort of Parade of Tool Belts if you will. And over the next couple of days, it became clear to me that they (tool belts) are actually a little bit like a calling card or a *ahem* welcoming holiday front door. ha! A little bit of an indication of the gentlemen that wear them, or what they are working on, and I figured perhaps it would fun to share them up to you, well, now. [...]
Houzz, as the panel suggested, helps to create an ad hoc visual language, a language of design - if you will ... shared by users of the site. And in response to activity already happening naturally on the site, Houzz formally added a Collaborate feature this year. To nutshell this, pros and homeowners can now develop ideabooks jointly. A pro or a homeowner simply creates this "collaborative ideabook", and they may make it public. But collaborating to Houzz may in fact be far more effective if set as private - an invitation sent (via notification or email) to the parties participating. [...]