1. Hi, It's Nice to Meet You, I'm A WeRecycle Bin

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    The WeRecycle Bin is a low-powered interactive bin that provides immediate feedback to users, positively impacting recycling behavior. Created by faculty and students at the University of Georgia. Back us on Kickstarter today! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jennajambeck/werecycle-interactive-smart-recycle-bin-with-feedb

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    • SMC Earth Week 2015

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      SMC Earth Week " From Surviving to Thriving" Events: Monday : Students feeding students. Food was gleaned from local farmers markets and distributed to students. Tuesday: Debate on the topic "can you be an environmentalist and still eat meat ?" and screening of Conspiracy. Wednesday: Workshops (DIY Sunscreen, foraging, green washing, bike generator, solar panels,...) Thursday : Art & culture festival with upcycled art, live music, folkloric dance,... Friday: Beach cleanup Filmed by Caro Vilain and Carina Reyes Edited by Caro Vilain

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      • Mine Your Own Business Day 2

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        Upcycle project during Dudoc Vancouver event "Discover Urban Resources". During this 4-day project called "Mine Your Own Business" a group of student - under the guides of Vancouver based Basic Design - will turn trash into new designer products. This video shows an overview of Day 2. Partners in this project are: www.BasicDesign.ca www.DudocVancouver.com www.Connex-Innovations.nl

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        • Pinwheel Rocket Upcycled from Old College Textbooks

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          Forget textbook buyback, Art Applewhite has set almost a dozen old textbooks free, crafting them into launchable "textbook rockets." When upcycling textbooks into rockets, Art prefers the soft cover editions. And with textbook publishers strategy of “updating,” there are plenty of old editions to choose from. Art crafts them into his own designs, such as this 18mm Pinwheel Rocket that was launched at Space Center Houston's Earth Day Kick-Off, April 18th, 2015. "Although there is no truly right or wrong way to launch the Pinwheel rocket," Art says, "I usually launch it with the flatter side down and the more open side up. It spins better that way." If you'd like to make your own textbook rocket and send it into the sky, Art's website has a lot of free, easy-to-make designs to help you make pinwheel rockets, flying saucers and even some textbook stealth rockets. www.artapplewhite.com About Art Applewhite Art Applewhite has been flying model rockets since he was kid back in the 60's. He lives west of San Antonio in the Texas Hill Country where he designs and manufactures model rocket kits. He is a member of the National Association of Rocketry (NAR) and the Tripoli Rocketry Association (TRA). He's actively involved with local rocket clubs and participates in launches supporting Scouts, Civil Air Patrol, 4H and Junior ROTC programs. Art Applewhite retired from the U.S. Air Force after serving 20 years. Special thanks to Warren Benson of NASA Houston Rocketry Club and Dave Brown of Space Center Houston for prepping and launching this rocket for Space Center Houston's Earth Day Kick-Off 2015.

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          • Mine Your Own Business Day 1

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            Upcycle project during Dudoc Vancouver event "Discover Urban Resources". During this 4-day project called "Mine Your Own Business" a group of student - under the guides of Vancouver based Basic Design - will turn trash into new designer products. This video shows an overview of Day 1. Partners in this project are: www.BasicDesign.ca www.DudocVancouver.com www.Connex-Innovations.nl

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            • SlowMo Launch of Katana... A Textbook Rocket

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              We can do better than textbooks. And builder Tom Markel proves that once again as he upcycles some old college textbooks into a launchable rocket, complete with inverted fins. Katana was launched with a D12-3 at Space Center Houston for Earth Day Kick-Off, April 18th, 2015. To see and share other thought-provoking upcycled textbooks: http://upcyclingtextbooks.org/ What could you make to help move us all beyond textbooks and on to more personalized learning tools? Special thanks to Warren Benson of NASA Houston Rocketry Club and Dave Brown of Space Center Houston for prepping and launching Katana. Tom Markel began flying rockets at age 11 and flew low power kit rockets for several years. Tom has been “Scratch Building” rockets for the last five years, using designs made up in his head while walking his dog Lucy. He particularly enjoys rockets with unusual recovery methods including Helicopter, Glider, BackDraft, and Horizontal Spin recovery. He is a graduate of the Air Force Academy.

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              • Launch Textbook Rocket - Speed Reader

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                American-made textbook rocket hits 700 feet. Take that Putin! Check out Speed Reader, a rocket made from old textbooks, as it blasts off and hits an approximate height of 700 feet with a slightly late deploy on a D12-5 engine. Then keep an eye on the upper left corner of the frame as it floats back down (:22) and we beg it to come back to us. It didn't. But we recovered it anyway. Thanks to our great Earth Day Kick-Off partners, Space Center Houston. "There wasn't much time to design anything too crazy. (It was basically one week to design and build.) I tried to make something others might see and inspire them to build one themselves," noted Speed Reader designer and builder, Hans "Chris" Michielssen. It should to be a demonstration model. Tall enough to be easily seen with a slower, dramatic lift off. An elegant, sport rocket. A workhorse that could last many flights. The only parts not from a textbook are a dowel support inside the nose cone, the shock cord and parachute. Would I build another textbook rocket? Sure! You do learn a lot about paper forming making a working model rocket from a discarded textbook." Bio: Hans "Chris" Michielssen started building and flying model rockets during the height of the space race in 1969. Always the builder, his finished models are on display at model rocket factories, museums and private collections. His active rocketry blog is: www.modelrocketbuilding.blogspot.com with over 1,500 daily readers worldwide. Chris' odd-ball rocket designs are available as flyable kits: www.oddlrockets.com Special thanks to Warren Benson from NASA Houston Rocket Club and Dave Brown from Space Center Houston for their help prepping and launching Speed Reader.

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                • Textbook Rocket Launch - Triceratop

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                  We're proud to say that we were able to successfully launch a textbook rocket before the Russians! It would take 3 D12-3 engines to blast Triceratops (a rocket made from old textbook covers) up a few hundred feet before it nosed over and flew horizontally for a few hundred more, which, to be honest, was even more exciting, as you'll see in the video. “It is a bit of a brick: 2 lbs 10 oz loaded,” said Tom Markel who designed and built Triceratops... in less than a week… and once again proved… we can do better than textbooks! A special thanks to our Earth Day partners Space Center Houston, the great team from Space Center Houston-Education Department, Warren Benson from NASA Houston Rocket Club and, of course, all the textbook rocket builders! For more on the Triceratops build: http://bit.ly/1Gfs8DQ Tom Markel began flying rockets at age 11 and flew low power kit rockets for several years. Tom has been “Scratch Building” rockets for the last five years, using designs made up in his head while walking his dog Lucy. He particularly enjoys rockets with unusual recovery methods including Helicopter, Glider, BackDraft, and Horizontal Spin recovery. He is a graduate of the Air Force Academy.

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                  • L'avance joue - Trailer

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                    Damoiseaux présente "L'avance joue" Collection printemps-été 2015 Caleçons de jouvence - Fait main en France http://www.damoiseaux.fr Directed by Ghislain Garlin Original music by Everydayz

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                    • DIY:How To Make a Decorative Candle Stand

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                      Decorative candles are perfect gifts for home decor. These candles give a nice and fresh look to your room and provide uniqueness at the same time. You always buy beautiful candle stands but what is better than creating a hand made candle stand yourself. In this DIY tutorial, our Doodlage expert, Kriti will teach you "How To Make a Decorative Candle Stand" using Glass Jar, Tea cup, Saucers, Rubber Adhesive, Candle and Brushes. If you liked this video, don't forget to share your views and DIY ideas in the comment section. For Sponsorship Opportunities and Bookings please contact bookings@livfame.com Unveil the fashionista in you by learning some best fashion tricks on Fame Fashion, the host of Beauty and the Blogger, first online fashion reality show of India. Giving you a bagful of in-vogue updates, quick make-up ideas and styling tips, we get you the best from experts of the world of glamour. Stay tuned to our Fame Fashion YouTube channel and be ready to grab some eyeballs. It is time to get gorgeous! Like what we do? SUBSCRIBE us here: http://goo.gl/W2SxTa You can also follow us on :- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/livfamefashion Twitter: https://twitter.com/livyourfame Instagram: /livyourfame

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