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Sarah shows you how to master new skills on the fly, Dr. Kiki explains the physics behind hula hooping, Moujan melts and old toothbrush into a fabulous toothbrush holder and Heather explains the merits of something under-appreciated that lives in the sea.
ReadyMade Mag's Associate Editor Jen Trolio creates hip pot-holders out of old jeans.
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Rad Science: The Physics of Hula Hooping
Learn more about torque, friction, centripetal force and the overall physics of hula hooping and other totally rad science on Dr. Kiki's blog.
Sarah's On the Prowl: Video Tutorials in under 5 minutes!
Looking to learn a new skill really quickly? Check out 5min: http://5min.com. Everything from yoga, to piano, to dancing moves, and more! Plus, upload your own tutorial videos if you've got a skill you can share with others in five minutes or less.
Remix: Create a toothbrush holder from A TOOTHBRUSH!
Inspired by Readymade Magazine
Sarah's Trick: Get Your Facebook Friends on Twitter
There are two Facebook apps that help your friends get your Twitter updates from within your Facebook status:
The Fringe: The Merits of Seaweed
Seaweed, or the "weed of the sea" is a very special plant. It's pretty, albeit strange-looking, full of nutrients and has important medicinal properties. There's even been poetry written about it!
Oh! call us not weeds but flowers of the sea,
for lovely, and gay, and bright tinted we are!
Our blush is as deep as the rose of thy bowers,
then call us not weeds, we are ocean's gay flowers.
Not nursed like the plants of the summer parterre,
whose gales are but sighs of an evening air.
Our exquisite, fragile and delicate forms are nurs'd by
the ocean, and rock'd by the storms.
-Ann. XIX Century