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Saturday, March 21, 2009

How to build a home made wifi antenna

Many of you have probably already seen this on The Screensavers, but we wanted to test this out for ourselves.
The whole concept came from this website here:

The idea is to boost the output from your wireless access point. The design is based on a Deep Dish Cylindrical Parabolic.

This is what you'll need: some construction paper, scissors, a glue stick, aluminum foil and the antenna template. You can get the template HERE.

Now the template was a bit big for my needs so i resized the two pictures down to 75 % in paintshop and then printed them out.

First i trimmed off the excess paper of the template to fit the construction paper i happened to have. I then glued the template on to the construction paper using the glue stick. This is to give the antenna some strength.

Using the scissors i cut out the template now stuck to the construction paper and followed the pattern's lines that needed to be cut.

Next i cut the six slits out of the rectangle piece and the glued the aluminum foil onto it. After gluing and wrapping the rectangle part in foil, i used the slits i cut before to cut through the aluminum. Continue reading here

Monday, March 2, 2009

How to Make a Mango Float

If you have a couple of mangoes, graham crackers and condensada or sweetened creamer, you are ready for this. Mango Floats are easy to make. They are delicious, too! Why not try?
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* Mangoes
* Graham Crackers
* Cream
* Condensada or Sweetened Creamer


1. Prepare the bowl.
2. Mix the cream and condensada.
3. Slice the mangoes into thin and small slices.
4. Put a layer of graham crackers at the bottom.
5. Spread a layer of the cream.
6. Put a layer of mango slices.
7. Repeat the last three steps until its almost to the top.
8. Add a final layer of cream.
9. Crush graham crackers and put them on the top.
10. Put it in the freezer or refrigerator.
11. Make sure it is cold when served.
12. Enjoy!


* Don't make the mango slices too small!
* Make sure you have enough mangoes.


* Don't crush your hands!
* It tastes awful if not chilled.
* Children must do this with at least an adult helping them.

Things You'll Need

* A bowl that's flat at bottom and rectangular
* Mixing spoons
* A knife
* Something to crush with.
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