[Noisebridge-discuss] my Rube Goldberg machine
griffinboyce at gmail.com
Fri Feb 11 02:54:17 UTC 2011
Wow, that is really creative! What a great idea to use the heavier
weight of the damp paper towels to generate movement! =D Rube
Goldberg machines are awesome.
On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 7:36 PM, Taylor Alexander <tlalexander at
> I think its safe to say that the total annual volume of paper goods wasted in making Rube Goldberg machines is reasonably low, and likely has negligible impact on the environment.
> Good job on the machine!
>>> Eric Boyd mrericboyd at gmail.com said:
>>> Some of you may have heard about me doing this, just wanted to send along
>>> the link now that it's all done:
>>> I had such a huge blast making this, and I highly recommend doing a Rube
>>> Goldberg machine as an *awesome* maker project. It's like super
>>> concentrated making, constantly coming up with crazy ideas and seeing if
>>> you can make them work, and tweaking stuff endlessly. It took us two long
>>> days (plus all the prep before hand buying up stuff), but all of us agree
>>> that it was like two of the most enjoyable days of our lives!
>>> p.s. I miss noisebridge, glad to see you managed to overcome your
>>> financial difficulties!
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