Build-it is a community, born out of the need to empower and strengthen DIY (do it yourself) projects, How-to tutorials and life hacks. Among many others, Build-it.io was set up as a means to encourage and reward high-quality DIY and How-to projects.
Our curation account on Build-it.io known as @build-it.curator is fully powered with BUILD tokens (approximately 90k build power) ready to reward all valid entries.
The Daily Build
Without a doubt, we're in awe of how active and fertile the steem platform is, in less than a month, we've had hundreds of users using our tags, and over 300 accounts holding our Build token on Steem engine. It is for this reason we've designed The Daily Build --- It will serve as a daily bulletin of manually curated articles and projects that use our recommended tags: #diy, #build-it, #how-to, #doityourself, #build.
How to Make an Easy Homemade air conditioner DIY with Portable Fan and Ice Bag. This is the best DIY, homemade, portable air conditioner. Made from an ice bag and portable fan, this air cooler is strong enough to cool a small room.
So... my wife is at yoga this morning... and my kids are at school... and all of them won't be back until later in the afternoon! Which means that this Friday is a get stuff done sort of Friday! Top of the list (apart from the cleaning and tidying up of the house... and the folding of clothes that my wife has assigned me...) is the application for the building and environmental permit for our front garden renovation.
Hello my crochet friends, the week is over and it's raining a lot here in Guatire, it's a bit cold and it just causes you to be tucked in bed drinking a nice hot chocolate, but as none of that you can grab my needles and my threads and I started to invent.
The squirrel feeder is ready - stained a random piece of wood, attached a cheap glass jar to it with some linen rope, solidified with some glue... and viola! Now to see if any squirrels actually visit.
Though I had dropped in once to look at the place, and inquire about the cost of their frames, I never even thought about taking a course. In fact, I may never have done it hadn't it been for Arthur. In the end I'm glad that I signed up for the course, and remain grateful to my guest for sparking my interest. After roughly a week of off-and-on work, I can finally say I have completed a beautiful bamboo frame! So the next steps are a bamboo fork, a bamboo handlebar, and a set of other components that will complete a bicycle. For now, however, I want to present the highlights of the building process:
In an attempt to fairly reward the authors, we've set 15% beneficiary for each of the featured authors, making it 75%. Additionally, 5% beneficiary is set to @null. The remaining 20% will be powered up to keep curating.
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