I have an old Apple MacBook Pro with a power cable that had frayed near the end with the MagSafe 2 connector. These power supplies are notorious for having the outer cable coating become brittle and crack, as this one had done from nothing more than normal use.
The power supply still worked well so a repair was in order. After trimming off the excess cracked plastic coating, I went looking for some sort of cable protector I could 3D print to keep that portion of the cable from bending and getting damaged any more.
Continue reading A MagSafe Cable Repair Embedded in a 3D Print
From what I see online, it seems that avoiding chemicals is very important to many people. So I thought I would compile an exhaustive list of every product you can buy that contains no chemicals.
Ready? Here we go.
Well, that it’s for this post. Be sure to let me know of any I missed in the comments. See you next time.
In my last post, I offered 7 Reasons to Handle Free Downloads with Your WooCommerce Shopping Cart and ended by saying that there are some downsides to consider as well. Let’s dig right into those along with some solutions. Continue reading Downsides of Using a WooCommerce Shopping Cart for Free Downloads
Free downloads are a great way to draw attention and traffic to your site. They also allow potential customers to sample what you have to offer, and hopefully gain an interest in your paid products. Rather than just providing a link for a free download, I much prefer to run those downloads through my WooCommerce shopping cart. There are a number of great reasons for doing this: Continue reading 7 Reasons to Handle Free Downloads with Your WooCommerce Shopping Cart
It’s not unusual to see all sorts of problems and errors on the Walgreens lighted signs around here. But this one is the best with the temperature at 506 degrees F. I don’t know if it was intentional, but if it was, props to the employee who went with the fun and added the other slides between the temperature screen!