Wednesday, November 5, 2008

"How To" Hack - Keyboard Thumbtacks

In this post, I just thought I'd share a neat DIY project I came across today. You'll need an old, out of commision keyboard, super glue, thumb tacks, and a drill. With a little time and effort, you can take ordinary thumb tacks and add different keys to them. This trick is not only fun, but also useful. You can organize flyers and documents on a board using different letters and even have the special keys (ctrl, enter, shift...) mean certain things. Moreover, the makeover would give your board a fresh, rad look. For a complete step by step guide on how to make the thumbtacks, visit Instructables' Keyboard Thumbtack schematics. Here's some sample "keyboard tacks":
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