Tell everyone what project you are working on. Whats the latest modding news for you. Post a picture of your mod in progress or your thoughts and ideas on a mod. Maybe someone can throw some pointers.
BTW, I don't have any projects right now, as I am in Australia, but when I return to the states, I will be working on m mobile mac, as I call it. It will be a mac in my car with a touch screen control for video and music playback. Any ideas?
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My current project is about as exciting as watching paint dry...
A friend gave me an old Genius 10Base-T network hub which was originally in a fashoinable shade of biege. Not being one to accept these kinds of things I am painting it gloss white to match my ibook. I'm currently about half way through although it wil need a few more coats (hopefully tomorrow will be a nicer day so I can paint!).
That one is currently on break until I find some more time for assembly, which will probably be minutes after I figure out how to mount the parts and make the structure a little more stable.
The other long term project is a wearable mac, but that one is really waiting on a computer I think is usable, then finding input devices and power for it. But that one's been a work in progress for nearly 3 years so I don't know if it will be done anytime soon.
I have been documenting my progress, unfortunately I don't think it will turn out as well as I had hoped. My final coat of paint was a bit thick and so there are some drips . Thats why I'm practising on a bit of free gear tho!
Post edited by: MarMightyGood, at: 2004/07/18 02:16
Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
my project is to take a terry cloth to the apple logo i had to sand all of the scratches out of. after that, then i am tempted to lay new tape behind the panel on a g3 b&w to say something else, like g 3.5, or whitlock. something along those lines. also, trying to let my roomate let me borrow his canon 10d so i can take very nice, clear shots of the g3 processor upgrade, with a twist that can save a few bucks + a trip to radio shack. those are all of mine at the moment, will keep updated though.
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