If you’re cooking steaks, you want to get the cookedness right. You can test how cooked the meat is by pressing on the steak, using your hand as a guide. Basically, you just touch various fingers to your thumb and then press on the ball of your thumb. Bah! These pics are more straightforward.
Those groovy ceramic vases are just glass bottles that have been painted on the inside. We imagine you could do this by just pouring in some paint, shaking up the bottle to coat the inside and then pouring out the excess and wiping down the outside.
So you’ve downloaded a video, and then you realise the sound’s out of sync! This is easy to fix if you are watching the video in VLC (which you should; it solves all sorts of codec and file formatting issues).
While the video is playing, use your G and F keys to cue the audio and video tracks on the fly. Just experiment until they match up again. Fixed!
"Step 1: blend yogurt, strawberries and nutella. Step 2: Put in freezer. Step 3: Beat the heat."
To this, we might add the traditional ice-cream making method of getting the semi-frozen mixture out of the freezer every so often and stirring it up, so that you don’t break a spoon trying to dig into the final product.
Illustrator Kat Mcleod has done these T-shirts in collaboration with the Australian Ballet. You can get one here if you like. What we like about them is that the motif repeats. If you’re ever designing your own T-shirt, either via DIY or through services such as Redbubble, consider a repeating motif rather than just a single one on the chest.