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You can drill it out using e.g. a cordless drill with variable speed, or a pin vise. I use a 1.5 mm drill bit. Pin vise: Make sure not to put pressure on the glue bottle during drilling, or the g …
answered May 19 '16 by Hobbes
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The flash drive you show has a slot on the bottom you can thread a thin string through. You can use that to attach the flash drive to something (necklace, lanyard, etc.)
answered Dec 14 '17 by Hobbes
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I don't think there is a maintenance-free way to do this. The sea water you captured is full of microscopic life which will start decaying when it runs out of nutrients and/or oxygen. In about a month …
answered May 7 '18 by Hobbes
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Attach a wire to the dongle, tie it to something you won't forget to take (e.g. your bag). The drawback: if you do forget the dongle, it'll be yanked out of the computer violently when you walk off wi …
answered May 7 '18 by Hobbes
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A) yes. When you roll up a cable, there is only one state where it unrolls perfectly versus lots of states where it is tangled, and a loose cable easily moves between states. This also means you can …
answered Jun 14 by Hobbes