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Oh, how cool!
Sometimes I just get carried away clicking and clicking and clicking. If I find something amazingly cool, it just sucks me in. Since I'm a geek, the geekier they are, the cooler they are.
In this edition of Six Clicks, we'll take you from a home-built scanning electron microscope (yeah, you read that right) all the way to a hack that makes sure all the Web images viewed by anyone on your network are cats. Yep, now you know why I get sucked into these these. They're just neat.
So, without more blathering here on the first page, I present to you some dude who built his own electron microscope... because he could!
Previously on Six Clicks:
DIY scanning electron microscope
The last big DIY project I attempted was getting four screens onto my iMac. But I'm a babe in the DIY woods compared to Google hardware engineer Ben Krasnow and his amazing DIY scanning electron microscope.
Here's a comprehensive overview of his project:
Plus, if you want to know more about what's involved, check out his materials and sourcing video: