Learn how to jet to any climate in the world in an instant, with Brian and Lloyd, hosts of tech makeover show My Home 2.0.
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Fiber Optics. They’re not just for humans anymore. When GeekBrief.tv star Cali Lewis visited the My Home 2.0 Lair, Techno-Guru Alison made electronic fashion for a podcaster’s best friend.
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Sit back, relax, and hear your friends’ Twitter updates, from a lovable animatronic Teddy! Alison and Lloyd of technology makeover show My Home 2.0 performed some, uh, innovative surgery on an old childhood friend. The result: a real-time talking, Twittering, social media phenomenon.
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Sure, you could just use a knife, but that would be so....retro. Techno-Guru Brian of technology makeover show My Home 2.0 introduces his sweetest invention ever: an assembly line machine for your favorite sandwich. Great for busy parents and tech-hungry kids. To see instructions, more great DIY projects, and their latest state-of-the-art home makeovers, visit:
The techno-gurus of tech makeover show My Home 2.0 made this digital wall harp using a MidiTron and infrared sensors that track your hand movements. To see complete instructions, more great DIY projects, and their latest state-of-the-art home makeovers, visit: *******www.2pointhome****/
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Daddy Brad and his family have a new baby on the way. To make room in his house for their newborn, he needs to move a few things things around. In this episode of The Lab, we've brought in a professional organizer from Arranging It All to help him out. Watch as she rearranges the kids room to make a play area. By using great products from IKEA, including storage solutions and wall shelving, you can create more space for your children while getting rid of clutter in their bedroom. Create a terrific baby nursery by moving the baby furniture around and organizing closets. Check out the before and after scenes of this home makeover. DadLabs ep. 544 is brought to you by Baby Bjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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So, you're a real do-it-yourselfer, huh? A big fan of the HGTV Monday night line-up? Perhaps you write to Extreme Home Makeover's Ty Pennington on a daily basis, letting him know that you, too, like to tear down walls. And not in the metaphorical sense, but literally. If you see yourself in any three of those characterizations, then maybe you will fancy the idea of bypassing a contractor when it comes to installing drywall in your home.
Corporate Social Responsible News: Sprint's Eco-Accessories; Wendy's Donates to Diabetes Research; CarbonFree DC's Home Makeover Contest
The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) is in search of shining examples when it comes to saving energy and protecting the environment. By entering the NYSERDA-sponsored Shining Example online video and essay contest, New Yorkers could win a free ENERGY STAR® qualified compact fluorescent light bulb (CFL) home makeover, a free Home Performance assessment, a chance to be featured in NYSERDA's next television commercial and other prizes.
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Club Rust (*******www.clubrust****/) is an amazing organization based in Seattle that goes down several times per year to Mexico and builds houses for people who previously lived in sheetmetal slums. They build houses in the city of Tecate, which is just a few miles south of the U.S. border, but it's worlds apart culturally and economically. Each trip, the team builds one house. They've become so streamlined that they can build 1 house in only 3 days. It's like Extreme Home Makeover, except instead of making over a house, they're just straight up MAKING one! So awesome!
If you're interested in learning more about Club Rust, check out their website (*******www.clubrust****/). If you're interested in joining them for a trip, they'd be happy to have you. Or if you can't make it on a trip but would like to support their organization, they'd love that as well. And, as you know from the song, you can even write off gifts to them as a tax deduction! Win-win!
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For just a couple hundred bucks
And just a few days in the sun
You can help build someone a house
Who's never before had one... in Mexico!
You don't need to
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If you wanna bring your whole family you can
But if you're unable to go
But you want to help with mission
Every dollar you give to them
Is a legal tax deduction
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When Fannie’s home flooded, the retired grandmother was left homeless and with no means to pay for repairs. But she was in for an unexpected surprise when Operation Blessing chose her to be part of an Extreme Blessing home makeover project.